George Forbis, Rodney Ingle and Billy Davis- 10.15.21
George Forbis moved to Nashville in 1996 and was part of a group formed by former 4Runner member Billy Crittenden named Due South. George left the group in 1998 and pursued a solo artist and writing career writing at such publishing companies as Starstruck, EMI, and Acuff Rose. He has had the privilege of working with such artist as Brad Paisley, Garth Brooks, Marty Stewart, Michael W Smith, Amy Grant, and many more. His songwriting stays true to traditional country music, blending smooth vocals and harmony. His songs “Sing Like George Straight”, “Don’t Miss This Moment”, “Just a Little Cloud” have enjoyed radio airplay across the south. He has and will continue to put to song the stories we all live and experience.
Rodney Ingle is a studio engineer and singer who has been running his own successful entertainment production business for 18 years. Involved in music since he was a child, he is also a prolific writer and performer. To date he has recorded musical scores for four original and successful stage musical productions as well as songs for film and television. He is a former Warner Bros. Recording artist and has toured with a number of mainstream recording artists providing sound support and backing vocals. He continues to be an active engineer and popular back ground vocalist and arranger for projects in Nashville, Atlanta, Los Angeles and internationally.
Billy is a familiar and respected producer in Nashville who has toured with Alabama and many other noted performers. Born in Baltimore, Maryland the son of a Church Of God Pastor, Billy comes from a musical family that grew up singing and harmonizing. After touring America and serving as a road manager to Maria Muldaur (Midnight AtThe Oasis) in 1989, Billy chose Nashville as his future home and began receiving calls from Nashville producers to sing back ground vocals on records. He’s sang on records for Alabama, Dolly, Don Williams, Charley Pride, Randy Travis, Craig Morgan, John Michael Montgomery, Collin Raye, Sammy Kershaw, Lorrie Morgan, Chad Brock and Jeff Carson. Billy also sang on Disney’s “Oh Mickey Where Art Thou” and the “Finding Nemo Ocean Favorites” soundtracks. One of his favorite jobs was playing and singing on The Grand Ol’ Opry with Hall Of Fame member Charlie Louvin. Billy continues to write songs and has been nominated for 2 Dove Awards for Bluegrass Recorded Song Of The Year (Above and Beyond recorded by The Lewis Family – 2002) and Southern Gospel Song Of The Year (That’s What I Miss The Most – 2016) Plain-spoken and honest, Billy addresses the tough and not so tough issues beneath the surface of life with humor and melancholy. No matter what kind material, whether live or in the studio, singing, playing guitar or producing, one of Billy’s greatest assets is his ability to convey the emotion inherent in the music and draw the audience into it. With his latest batch of artists’ projects, Billy has re-introduced himself to the music world as an endearingly evocative singer, guitar player, and producer with a unique “artistic” approach. Phil Sweetland.
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