Management


Lytle Management Group
P.O. Box 128228
Nashville, TN 37212
Contact Sarah Brosmer
Telephone 615-770-2688

Bookings



Battle Artist Agency
8887 Horton Highway,
College Grove, TN
Contact Rob Battle
office: 615-368-7433
mobile: 615-957-3444

Adkins Publicity

Exclusive PR / Publicity Representation of Gene Watson / Contact Scott Adkins at Adkins Publicity in Nashville

For exclusive PR / publicity representation of Gene Watson, contact Scott Adkins at Adkins Publicity in Nashville.



Gene Watson's Peers within the country music industry believe in the sheer talent of this unassuming man from east Texas, so much so that Gene is regarded by many of them as 'the singer's singer' - and rightly so!

All of Gene Watson's Peers, who were contacted by The Gene Watson Fan Site, during 2009, were most gracious with their time and words.

It is here, within this special part of The Gene Watson Fan Site, that you have an opportunity to read a quote from Jerry Salley, which he submitted to this site on Friday 8 May 2009.

Sean Brady would like to take this opportunity to say 'thank you' to Jerry Salley who made a special contribution to this unique part of this online 'celebration of a Lone Star Hero'.



Jerry Salley
This quote was submitted on Friday 8 May 2009.

'The legendary Gene Watson is one of the greatest singers in country music history.

  

I remember well the first time I heard 'Love in the Hot Afternoon' and 'Paper Rosie' - WOW! - and of course 'Farewell Party' - they changed my whole world!

These songs - and many others given life by Gene's voice - are a large part of the reason I developed a dream to go to Nashville and become a songwriter and singer.

Gene Watson is the 'real deal'.

His never wavering, life-long commitment to traditional country music - its 'real-life' stories and melodies - has etched him a very important place in our collective country music history.

Having a song recorded by Gene Watson is one of the greatest honours of my career.

I am a true fan!'


Thank you, Jerry Salley, for your support of Gene Watson.

About Jerry Salley...



Jerry Salley is originally from Chillicothe, Ohio and has been writing and singing in Nashville since 1982.

Jerry Salley is the 2003 'SESAC Country Music Songwriter of The Year'.



Jerry Salley is a six-time Dove Award nominee, having won a prestigious Dove Award for the 1990 Inspirational Song of the Year 'His Strength Is Perfect', which was recorded by, and co-written with, Steven Curtis Chapman.

Numerous other nationally known country music, gospel music and Bluegrass music artists have also recorded Jerry Salley’s songs, including IIIrd Time Out, Seldom Scene, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, Del McCoury Band, Lonesome River Band, Dale Ann Bradley, Woody Lee, Gina Jeffries, Adam Harvey, Beccy Cole, Melba Montgomery, The Wilburns, Margo Smith, Susi Luchsinger, Gary Stewart (Sunday 28 May 1944 - Tuesday 16 December 2003), Shenandoah (featuring lead vocalist Marty Raybon) and Kristy Cox.

As an artist, Jerry Salley has performed on numerous stage shows, including the honour of performing as a soloist many times on the world famous Grand Ole Opry in Nashville.

Jerry Salley's television appearances have included 'Late Night With David Letterman', 'Regis & Kathy Lee', and NBC’s 'Today Show', along with several different TNN (The Nashville Network) shows.

In addition to his Dove recognition from the Gospel Music Association, Jerry Salley has received numerous awards from different associations for his song-writing accomplishments (IBMA, NSAI, SESAC and Gospel Voice magazine).

To date, Jerry Salley has had over three hundred songs recorded during the course of his career!

Jerry Salley: 1987



Steven Curtis Chapman recorded Jerry Salley's 'Hiding Place' (co-written with Steven Curtis Chapman) and included the track on 'First Hand' (Sparrow Records, 1987).

Jerry Salley: 1988



The Seldom Scene recorded Jerry Salley's 'Breaking New Ground' (co-written with Carl Jackson) and included the track on 'A Change of Scenery' (Sugar Hill Records, 1988).



Steven Curtis Chapman recorded Jerry Salley's 'His Strength Is Perfect' (co-written with Steven Curtis Chapman) and included the track on 'Real Life Conversations' (Sparrow Records, 1988).

Jerry Salley: 1990



Wild Rose - Pamela Gadd (lead vocals, background vocals, banjo), Kathy Mac (bass guitar, vocals), Pam Perry (lead vocals, harmony vocals, guitar, mandolin), Nancy Given (drums, vocals) and Wanda Vick (guitar, mandolin, fiddle, Dobro, steel guitar) - recorded Jerry Salley's 'Breaking New Ground' (co-written with Carl Jackson) and included the track on 'Breaking New Ground' (Capitol Records, 1990); the track reached No.15 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 1989.

Jerry Salley: 1993



Gary Stewart (Sunday 28 May 1944 - Tuesday 16 December 2003) recorded Jerry Salley's 'Stompin' Grounds' (co-written with Randy Albright) and included the track on 'I'm A Texan' (Hightone Records, 1993).



John Anderson recorded Jerry Salley's 'I Fell In The Water' (co-written with Jeff Stevens) and included the track on 'Solid Ground' (BNA Records, 1993); the track reached No.13 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in November 1993.



Patty Loveless recorded Jerry Salley's 'Love Builds The Bridges (Pride Builds The Walls)' (co-written with Jim McBride) and included the track on 'Only What I Feel' (Epic Records, 1993).

Jerry Salley: 1995



Woody Lee recorded Jerry Salley's 'I Can Do That' (co-written with Marvin Morrow) and included the track on 'Get Over It' (Atlantic Records, 1995).

Jerry Salley: 1996



Reba McEntire recorded Jerry Salley's 'Close To Crazy' (co-written with Melba Montgomery) and included the track on 'What If It's You' (MCA Records, 1996).



The Osborne Brothers recorded Jerry Salley's 'You Don't Have To Go Home (But You Can't Stay Here)' (co-written with Larry Shell and Larry Cordle) and included the track on 'Class of '96' (Pinecastle Records, 1996).



Rhonda Vincent recorded Jerry Salley's 'Trouble Free' (co-written with Carl Jackson) and included the track on 'Trouble Free' (Giant Records, 1996).



Rhonda Vincent recorded Jerry Salley's 'An Old Memory Found Itself Back Home Again' (co-written with Melba Montgomery) and included the track on 'Trouble Free' (Giant Records, 1996).

Jerry Salley: 1998



Wade Hayes recorded Jerry Salley's 'How Do You Sleep At Night' (co-written with Jim McBride) and included the track on 'When The Wrong One Loves You Right' (Sony Music / Columbia Records, 1998); the track reached No.13 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 1998.



Gina Jeffreys recorded Jerry Salley's 'That'll Be Me' (co-written with Gina Jeffreys and Rod McCormack) and included the track on 'Somebody's Daughter' (ABC Music Records, 1998).

Jerry Salley's 'That'll Be Me' (co-written with Gina Jeffreys and Rod McCormack) was dedicated to Louisa, a seven-year-old girl, who was a member of Gina Jeffreys' fan club and wrote to Gina.  Louisa had leukemia and died before Gina Jeffreys had a chance to meet her in person.

Gina Jeffreys co-wrote 'That'll Be Me' using the words from those letters.



Gina Jeffreys recorded Jerry Salley's 'The Faint of Heart' (co-written with Gina Jeffreys and Rod McCormack) and included the track on 'Somebody's Daughter' (ABC Music Records, 1998).



Gina Jeffreys recorded Jerry Salley's 'Saving Grace' (co-written with CA Wilburn) and included the track on 'Somebody's Daughter' (ABC Music Records, 1998).

Jerry Salley played Dobro and, along with Mark Punch, Chrissy Moy, James Gillard, Rod McCormack and Brendan Radford, provided backing vocals on Gina Jeffreys' 'Somebody's Daughter' (ABC Music Records, 1998).

Jerry Salley: 1999



Toby Keith recorded Jerry Salley's 'I Know A Wall When I See One' (co-written with J.B. Rudd) and included the track on 'How Do You Like Me Now' (Dreamworks Records, 1999).



Neal McCoy recorded Jerry Salley's 'That's Not Her' and included the track on 'Life of The Party' (Atlantic Records, 1999).



Gina Jeffreys recorded Jerry Salley's 'Christmas Wish' (co-written with Rod McCormack and Gina Jeffreys) and included the track on 'Christmas Wish' (ABC Music Records, 1999).



Gina Jeffreys recorded Jerry Salley's 'All Wrapped Up In You' (co-written with Rod McCormack and Gina Jeffreys) and included the track on 'Christmas Wish' (ABC Music Records, 1999).



Gina Jeffreys recorded Jerry Salley's 'Heaven Kissed Earth' (co-written with Aaron Williams) and included the track on 'Christmas Wish' (ABC Music Records, 1999).

Jerry Salley: 2000



Loretta Lynn recorded Jerry Salley's 'Don't Close That Door' and included the track on 'Still Country' (Audium Records, 2000).



Darryl Worley recorded Jerry Salley's 'Is It Just Us' (co-written with Darryl Worley) and included the track on 'Hard Rain Don't Last' (Dreamworks Records, 2000).



Rebecca Lynn Howard recorded Jerry Salley's 'You're Not A Memory Yet' (co-written with Rebecca Lynn Howard and Melba Montgomery) and included the track on 'Rebecca Lynn Howard' (MCA Nashville, 2000).



Melba Montgomery recorded Jerry Salley's 'This Time Around' (co-written with Melba Montgomery) and included the track on 'This Time Around' (CMC Records, 2000).



Shenandoah (featuring lead vocalist Marty Raybon) recorded Jerry Salley's 'What Children Believe' (co-written with Brent Lamb and James Isaac Elliot) and included the track on 'Shenandoah 2000' (Free Falls Entertainment, 2000).

Jerry Salley: 2001



Tracy Lawrence recorded Jerry Salley's 'It's Got You All Over It' (co-written with Lance Miller and J.B. Rudd) and included the track on 'Tracy Lawrence' (Warner Bros. Records, 2001).



Dale Ann Bradley recorded Jerry Salley's 'Casting Stones' (co-written with Dee Gaskin) and included the track on 'Songs of Praise & Glory' (Pinecastle Records, 2001).

Jerry Salley: 2002



Joe Nichols recorded Jerry Salley's 'You Can't Break The Fall' (co-written with Mark McClurg) and included the track on 'Man With A Memory' (Universal South Records, 2002).

Darryl Worley: 'I Miss My Friend' (Dreamworks Records, 2002)

Darryl Worley recorded Jerry Salley's 'I Built This Wall' (co-written with Darryl Worley) and included the track on 'I Miss My Friend' (Dreamworks Records, 2002).

Jerry Salley: 2003



Don Rigsby recorded Jerry Salley's 'Dying To Hold Her Again' (co-written with Joanie Keller) and included the track on 'The Midnight Call' (Sugar Hill Records, 2003).



Barbara Fairchild, Connie Smith & Sharon White recorded Jerry Salley's 'Where Angels Fear To Tread' (co-written with Ron Hendrix and Bobby Price) and included the track on 'Love Never Fails' (Daywind Records, 2003).



Barbara Fairchild, Connie Smith & Sharon White recorded Jerry Salley's 'Love Never Fails' (co-written with Dave Clark and Wayne Haun) and included the track on 'Love Never Fails' (Daywind Records, 2003); the track was released as a single in 2003, but it did not chart.



On Tuesday 30 September 2003, Carl Jackson saw the release of 'Livin', Lovin', Losin - Songs of The Louvin Brothers' (Universal South Records, 2003), an album project he produced under the guidance of Kathy Louvin, daughter of Ira Louvin (Monday 21 April 1924 - Sunday 20 June 1965).

'Livin', Lovin', Losin - Songs of The Louvin Brothers' (Universal South Records, 2003) included the following tracks:

'Intro to Charlie & Ira'
'Cash On The Barrelhead', which was written by Charlie Louvin (Thursday 7 July 1927 - Wednesday 26 January 2011) and Ira Louvin (Monday 21 April 1924 - Sunday 20 June 1965) / this track featured guest vocals from Joe Nichols and Rhonda Vincent
'My Baby's Gone', which was written by Hazel Marie Houser (Saturday 3 June 1922 - Friday 14 June 1996) / this track featured guest vocals from Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell
'How's The World Treating You', which was written by Chet Atkins (Friday 20 June 1924 - Saturday 30 June 2001) and Boudleaux Bryant (Friday 13 February 1920 - Thursday 25 June 1987) / this track featured guest vocals from James Taylor and Alison Krauss
'I Can't Keep You In Love With Me', which was written by Charlie Louvin (Thursday 7 July 1927 - Wednesday 26 January 2011) and Ira Louvin (Monday 21 April 1924 - Sunday 20 June 1965) / this track featured guest vocals from Vince Gill and Terri Clark
'Must You Throw Dirt In My Face' (written by Bill Anderson) / this track featured guest vocals from Merle Haggard (Tuesday 6 April 1937 - Wednesday 6 April 2016) and Carl Jackson
'If I Could Only Win Your Love', which was written by Charlie Louvin (Thursday 7 July 1927 - Wednesday 26 January 2011) and Ira Louvin (Monday 21 April 1924 - Sunday 20 June 1965) / this track featured guest vocals from Ronnie Dunn and Rebecca Lynn Howard
'When I Stop Dreaming', which was written by Charlie Louvin (Thursday 7 July 1927 - Wednesday 26 January 2011) and Ira Louvin (Monday 21 April 1924 - Sunday 20 June 1965) / this track featured guest vocals from Glen Campbell (Wednesday 22 April 1936 - Tuesday 8 August 2017) and Leslie Satcher
'I Wish You Knew', which was written by Charlie Louvin (Thursday 7 July 1927 - Wednesday 26 January 2011) and Ira Louvin (Monday 21 April 1924 - Sunday 20 June 1965) / this track featured guest vocals from Kathy Louvin and Pamela Brown Hayes
'The New Partner Waltz', which was written by Charlie Louvin (Thursday 7 July 1927 - Wednesday 26 January 2011) and Ira Louvin (Monday 21 April 1924 - Sunday 20 June 1965) / this track featured guest vocals from Linda Ronstadt and Carl Jackson
'Are You Teasing Me', which was written by Charlie Louvin (Thursday 7 July 1927 - Wednesday 26 January 2011) and Ira Louvin (Monday 21 April 1924 - Sunday 20 June 1965) / this track featured guest vocals from Patty Loveless and Jon Randall
'I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby' (written by Autry Inman) / this track featured guest vocals from Dierks Bentley and Harley Allen (Monday 23 January 1956 - Wednesday 30 March 2011)
'You're Running Wild' (written by Don Winters and Ray Edenton) / this track featured guest vocals from Carl Jackson, Larry Cordle and Jerry Salley
'The Angels Rejoiced', which was written by Charlie Louvin (Thursday 7 July 1927 - Wednesday 26 January 2011) and Ira Louvin (Monday 21 April 1924 - Sunday 20 June 1965) / this track featured guest vocals from Dolly Parton and Sonya Isaacs
'Let Us Travel, Travel On', which was written by Charlie Louvin (Thursday 7 July 1927 - Wednesday 26 January 2011) and Ira Louvin (Monday 21 April 1924 - Sunday 20 June 1965) / this track featured guest vocals from Marty Stuart and Del McCoury
'Keep Your Eyes On Jesus', which was written by Charlie Louvin (Thursday 7 July 1927 - Wednesday 26 January 2011) and Ira Louvin (Monday 21 April 1924 - Sunday 20 June 1965) / this track featured guest vocals from Johnny Cash (Friday 26 February 1932 - Friday 12 September 2003), Pam Tillis and The Jordanaires

Personnel involved in the recording of 'Livin', Lovin', Losin - Songs of The Louvin Brothers' (Universal South Records, 2003) included the following:

Harley Allen (Monday 23 January 1956 - Wednesday 30 March 2011)
Dierks Bentley
Glen Campbell (Wednesday 22 April 1936 - Tuesday 8 August 2017)
Johnny Cash (Friday 26 February 1932 - Friday 12 September 2003)
Terri Clark
Larry Cordle
Rodney Crowell
Ronnie Dunn
Vince Gill
Merle Haggard (Tuesday 6 April 1937 - Wednesday 6 April 2016)
Emmylou Harris
Pamela Brown Hayes
Rebecca Lynn Howard
Sonya Isaacs
Alison Krauss
Kathy Louvin
Patty Loveless
Del McCoury
Joe Nichols
Dolly Parton
Jon Randall
Linda Ronstadt
Jerry Salley
Leslie Satcher
James Taylor
Pam Tillis
Rhonda Vincent (vocals)
Bruce C. Bouton and Mike Johnson (pedal steel guitar)
J.T. Corenflos (guitar)
Tony Creasman, Martin Parker and Steve Turner (drums)
Glen Duncan and Jim Van Cleve (fiddle)
Emory Gordy, Kevin Grantt, Mike Bub and Roy Huskey Jr. (Monday 17 December 1956 - Saturday 6 September 1997) (bass)
David Harvey and Adam Steffey (mandolin)
Carl Jackson (vocals, guitar, banjo, mandolin, percussion)
Randy Kohrs (Dobro)
Catherine Marx and Matt Rollings (piano)
Marty Stuart (vocals, mandolin, electronic drums)

'Livin', Lovin', Losin - Songs of The Louvin Brothers' (Universal South Records, 2003) reached No.44 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 2003.

Charlie Louvin (Thursday 7 July 1927 - Wednesday 26 January 2011)
Ira Louvin (Monday 21 April 1924 - Sunday 20 June 1965)

Carl Jackson, along with Larry Cordle and Jerry Salley, received an 'International Bluegrass Music Association' Award for his work producing the 'Livin', Lovin', Losin - Songs of The Louvin Brothers' tribute album (Universal South Records, 2003).



Reba McEntire recorded Jerry Salley's 'I’m Gonna Take That Mountain' (co-written with Melissa Pierce) and included the track on 'Room To Breathe' (MCA Records, 2003); the track reached No.14 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in November 2003.



Brad Paisley recorded Jerry Salley's 'The Best Thing That I Had Going' (co-written with Chris Stapleton) and included the track on 'Mud On The Tires' (Arista Records, 2003).



Rhonda Vincent recorded Jerry Salley's 'An Old Memory Found Its Way Back Home Again' (co-written with Melba Montgomery) and included the track on 'One Step Ahead' (Rounder Records, 2003).

Jerry Salley: 2004

 

Mark Chesnutt recorded Jerry Salley's 'Hard Secret To Keep' (co-written with Jim McBride) and included the track on 'Savin' The Honky Tonks' (Vivaton Records, 2004); the track reached No.59 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 2004.

Mark Chesnutt re-recorded Jerry Salley's 'Hard Secret To Keep' (co-written with Jim McBride) and included the track on 'Heard It In A Love Song' (CBUJ Records, 2006).



Dale Ann Bradley recorded Jerry Salley's 'Send The Angels Down' and included the track on 'Send The Angels' (Mountain Home Records, 2004).



Dale Ann Bradley recorded Jerry Salley's 'Crosses & Stones' and included the track on 'Send The Angels' (Mountain Home Records, 2004).



Alecia Nugent recorded Jerry Salley's 'Paper & Pen' and included the track on 'Alecia Nugent' (Rounder Records, 2004).



Alecia Nugent recorded Jerry Salley's 'You Don't Have To Go Home' (co-written with Larry Cordle and Larry Shell) and included the track on 'Alecia Nugent' (Rounder Records, 2004).

Travis Tritt: 'My Honky Tonk History' (Columbia Records, 2004)

Travis Tritt recorded Jerry Salley's 'Small Doses' (co-written with Chris Stapleton) and included the track on 'My Honky Tonk History' (Columbia Records, 2004).



The Oak Ridge Boys recorded Jerry Salley's 'You Don't Have To Go Home' (co-written with Larry Cordle and Larry Shell) and included the track on 'The Journey' (Springhill Records, 2004).



The Oak Ridge Boys recorded Jerry Salley's 'Saving Grace' (co-written with Charles Wilburn) and included the track on 'The Journey' (Springhill Records, 2004).



Darryl Worley recorded Jerry Salley's 'If I Could Tell The Truth' (co-written with Darryl Worley) and included the track on 'Darryl Worley' (DreamWorks Records, 2004).

Carly Goodwin: 'Carly Goodwin' (Dreaming Bear Music, 2004)

Carly Goodwin recorded Jerry Salley's 'Destination Heartache' and included the track on 'Carly Goodwin' (Dreaming Bear Music, 2004); the album was produced by Carl Jackson.

Jerry Salley: 2005



Elizabeth Cook recorded Jerry Salley's 'Before I Go That Far' (co-written with Elizabeth Cook and Jim McBride) and included the track on 'This Side of The Moon' (Hog Country Records, 2005).



Beccy Cole recorded Jerry Salley's 'To Feel This Free' (co-written with Rod McCormack and Jim McBride) and included the track on 'Feel This Free' (ABC Music Records, 2005).



Beccy Cole recorded Jerry Salley's 'Someone Else's Shoes' (co-written with Beccy Cole and Rod McCormack) and included the track on 'Feel This Free' (ABC Music Records, 2005).



Mike Bella recorded Jerry Salley's 'What We Don't Have' (co-written with Billy Yates) and included the track on 'Lost In The Shuffle' (Five Star Entertainment Records, 2005).

Lonesome River Band: 'Head on into Heartache' (Mountain Home Records, 2005)

Lonesome River Band recorded Jerry Salley's 'Coming Home To You' (co-written with Chris Stapleton) and included the track on 'Head On Into Heartache' (Mountain Home Records, 2005).

Lonesome River Band: 'Head on into Heartache' (Mountain Home Records, 2005)

Lonesome River Band recorded Jerry Salley's 'The Best Thing That I Had Going' (co-written with Chris Stapleton) and included the track on 'Head On Into Heartache' (Mountain Home Records, 2005).



Margo Smith recorded Jerry Salley's 'At The Feet of Jesus' (co-written with Joel Lindsey) and included the track on 'Nothing To Lose' (Lamon Records, 2005).



The Del McCoury Band recorded Jerry Salley's 'I Never Knew Life' and included the track on 'The Company We Keep' (Sugar Hill Records / McCoury Music, 2005).



Keith Sewell recorded Jerry Salley's 'When Love Came Down' (co-written with Keith Sewell) and included the track on 'Love Is A Journey' (Skaggs Family Records, 2005).

Jerry Salley: 2006



Alecia Nugent recorded Jerry Salley's 'Somewhere Else To Fall' (co-written with Morgane Hayes and Liz Rose) and included the track on 'A Little Girl...A Big Four Lane' (Rounder Records, 2006).



Alecia Nugent recorded Jerry Salley's 'You've Still Got It' (co-written with John Pennell) and included the track on 'A Little Girl...A Big Four Lane' (Rounder Records, 2006).



Alecia Nugent recorded Jerry Salley's 'Breaking New Ground' (co-written with Carl Jackson) and included the track on 'A Little Girl...A Big Four Lane' (Rounder Records, 2006).

 

Mark Chesnutt re-recorded Jerry Salley's 'Hard Secret To Keep' (co-written with Jim McBride) and included the track on 'Heard It In A Love Song' (CBUJ Records, 2006).

Mark Chesnutt recorded the original version of Jerry Salley's 'Hard Secret To Keep' (co-written with Jim McBride) and included the track on 'Savin' The Honky Tonk' (Vivaton Records, 2004); the original version of this track reached No.59 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 2004.



Bradley Walker recorded Jerry Salley's 'He Carried Her Memory' (co-written with Jim McBride) and included the track on 'Highway of Dreams' (Rounder Records, 2006).

Lonesome River Band: 'The Road with No End' (Mountain Home Records, 2006)

Lonesome River Band recorded Jerry Salley's 'Lonesome Won't Get The Best of Me' (co-written with Jamie Johnson) and included the track on 'The Road With No End' (Mountain Home Records, 2006).



Catherine Britt recorded Jerry Salley's 'Hot Doggin' (co-written with Catherine Britt) and included the track on 'Too Far Gone' (ABC Country, 2006).



Catherine Britt recorded Jerry Salley's 'Poor Man's Pride', which was co-written with Catherine Britt and Guy Clark (Thursday 6 November 1941 - Tuesday 17 May 2016), and included the track on 'Too Far Gone' (ABC Country, 2006).



The Del McCoury Band recorded Jerry Salley's 'Ain't Nothin' Gonna Come Up Today (Me & The Good Lord Can't...)' (co-written with Del McCoury) and included the track on 'The Promised Land' (McCoury Music, 2006).

Jerry Salley: 2007



On Tuesday 23 January 2007, Jerry Salley saw the release of 'New Songs, Old Friends' (Mountain Home Records, 2006), which included the following tracks:

'Wide Open' (written by Steve Ivey and Jerry Salley) / this track featured guest vocals from Vince Gill and Doyle Lawson
'For Me, It's You' (written by Lance Miller and Jerry Salley) / this track featured guest vocals from Alecia Nugent
'John In The Jordan' (written by Rusty Golden and Jerry Salley) / this track featured guest vocals from The Oak Ridge Boys
'That's What You Call A Friend' (written by Adam Harvey, Rod McCormack and Jerry Salley) / this track featured guest vocals from Darryl Worley
'Flat Rock Road' (written by Chad Jeffers and Jerry Salley) / this track featured guest vocals from Jamey Johnson and Lisa Shaffer
'Under A Lonesome Moon' (written by Glen Duncan and Jerry Salley) / this track featured guest vocals from Del McCoury
'God Did It' (written by Greg Day and Jerry Salley) / this track featured guest vocals from Sonya Isaacs
'The Distance' (written by Willis R. Nance and Jerry Salley) / this track was a duet with Rhonda Vincent
'I'm Gonna Take That Mountain' (written by Jerry Salley) / this track featured guest vocals from Larry Cordle and Carl Jackson
'The More I Learn' (written by Jerry Salley)
'Fault Line' (written by Jerry Salley and Keith Sewell) / this track featured guest vocals from Keith Sewell and Wendy Sewell
'The Pieces Are Coming Together' (written by Carl Jackson and Jerry Salley) / this track featured guest vocals from Alecia Nugent
'Weeds' (written by Dan Demay and Jerry Salley) / this track featured guest vocals from Ricky Skaggs and Sharon White
'His Record Is On High' (intro) (written by Larry Cordle and Jerry Salley)
'His Record Is On High' (written by Larry Cordle and Jerry Salley)



Bobby Osborne recorded Jerry Salley's 'Under A Lonesome Moon' (co-written with Glen Duncan) and included the track on 'Bluegrass Melodies' (Rounder Records, 2007).



The Greencards recorded Jerry Salley's 'Shinin' In The Dark' and included the track on 'Viridian' (Dualtone Records, 2007).



The Greencards recorded Jerry Salley's 'Lonesome Side of Town' and included the track on 'Viridian' (Dualtone Records, 2007).



Larry Stephenson recorded Jerry Salley's 'How High Is That Mountain' and included the track on 'Thankful' (Pinecastle Records, 2007).



Larry Stephenson recorded Jerry Salley's 'Open Up The Window (Let The Angels In)' (co-written with Larry Stephenson) and included the track on 'Thankful' (Pinecastle Records, 2007).

Jerry Salley: 2008



The SteelDrivers recorded Jerry Salley's 'Midnight Tears' (co-written with Chris Stapleton) and included the track on 'The SteelDrivers' (Rounder Records, 2008).

Lonesome River Band: 'No Turning Back' (Rural Rhythm Records, 2008)

Lonesome River Band recorded Jerry Salley's 'Like A Train Needs A Track' and included the track on 'No Turning Back' (Rural Rhythm Records, 2008).

Jerry Salley: 2009


Official video for Gene Watson & Rhonda Vincent's 'Staying Together' (written by Jerry Salley and Billy Yates)



Gene Watson recorded Jerry Salley's 'Staying Together' (co-written with Monty Holmes) and included the track on 'A Taste of The Truth' (Shanachie Records, 2009); the track was a duet with Rhonda Vincent.



Gene Watson recorded Jerry Salley's 'We've Got A Pulse' (co-written with Billy Yates) and included the track on 'A Taste of The Truth' (Shanachie Records, 2009); the track was a duet with Trace Adkins.

Alecia Nugent: 'Hillbilly Goddess' (Rounder Records, 2009)

Alecia Nugent saw recorded Jerry Salley's 'Dyin' To Hold Her Again' (co-written with Joanie Keller-Johnson) and included the track on 'Hillbilly Goddess' (Rounder Records, 2009), which was produced by Carl Jackson; this track featured harmony vocals from Bradley Walker and Carl Jackson.

Jerry Salley: 2010



Gene Watson and Jerry Salley at Douglas Corner Cafe in Nashville on Thursday 18 March 2010



Teea Goans recorded Jerry Salley's 'I Don't Do Bridges Anymore' (co-written with Jim McBride and Don Poythress) and included the track on 'The Way I Remember It' (Crosswind Records, 2010).



Lonesome River Band recorded Jerry Salley's 'I'm Still Learning' (co-written with Brandon Rickman) and included the track on 'Still Learning' (Rural Rhythm Records, 2010).



Lonesome River Band recorded Jerry Salley's 'Forty Days In The Desert' (co-written with Jimmy Metts and Brandon Rickman) and included the track on 'Still Learning' (Rural Rhythm Records, 2010).



Jett’s Creek (Adam McIntosh, Angie Young and Jon McIntosh) recorded Jerry Salley's 'Baby, You Ain’t Baby Anymore' and included the track on 'Guilty' (Jett's Creek Records, 2010).



Darin & Brooke Aldridge recorded Jerry Salley's 'I'm Building On The Rock of Ages' (co-written with Steve Watts) and included the track on 'Darin & Brooke Aldridge' (Crossroads Records, 2010), which was produced by Jerry Salley.



Darin & Brooke Aldridge recorded Jerry Salley's 'It Moves Me' (co-written with Donna Ulisse) and included the track on 'Darin & Brooke Aldridge' (Crossroads Records, 2010), which was produced by Jerry Salley.



Darin & Brooke Aldridge recorded Jerry Salley's 'Remind Me Again' (co-written with Tammi Kidd) and included the track on 'Darin & Brooke Aldridge' (Crossroads Records, 2010), which was produced by Jerry Salley.

Kristy Cox: 'Breaking New Ground' (Kristy Cox Independent Release, 2010)

On Tuesday 4 May 2010, Kristy Cox saw the release of 'Breaking New Ground' (Kristy Cox Independent Release, 2010), which was produced by Jerry Salley, and included the following tracks:

'‎Getting Over You'
'It's Hard To Stop A Heart'
'Cut Her Down'
'Could've Fooled Me'
'Someone Waiting' (written by Kirsty Cox and Brett Wood)
'Breakin' New Ground' (written by Jerry Salley and Carl Jackson) / this track featured guest vocals from The Davidson Brothers
'Which Side of The Truth' (written by Jerry Salley and Elizabeth Shea)
'To The Ground' (written by Kirsty Cox and Barbara Baillie)
'Dirt Road Heartache' (written by Jerry Salley and Melisa Peirce)
'That's Where The Faith Comes' (written by Jerry Salley and Sally Barris)
'My Runaway' (written by Kristy Cox)
'One Step Away' (written by Kristy Cox, Lachlan Davidson and Jordan Lee)

Personnel involved in the recording of Kristy Cox's 'Breaking New Ground' (Kristy Cox Independent Release, 2010) included the following:

Bryan Sutton (acoustic guitar)
Alecia Nugent, Barbara Baillie and Jerry Salley (backing vocals)
Scott Vestal (banjo)
Kevin Grant (electric upright bass)
Andy Leftwich (fiddle)
Andy Leftwich and Bryan Sutton (mandolin)
Paul Scholten (percussion)
Randy Kohrs (resonator guitar)
Andy Leftwich (viola)
Hamish Davidson (vocals, banjo)
Lachlan Davidson (vocals, mandolin)

Jerry Salley: 2011



Darin & Brooke Aldridge recorded Jerry Salley's 'That's Just Me Lovin' You' (co-written with Lisa Shaffer) and included the track on 'So Much In Between' (Mountain Home Music Company, 2011).



Darin & Brooke Aldridge recorded Jerry Salley's 'Love Makes The Ride Worthwhile' (co-written with Lisa Shaffer) and included the track on 'So Much In Between' (Mountain Home Music Company, 2011).



Darin & Brooke Aldridge recorded Jerry Salley's 'Every Scar' (co-written with Lee Black and Gina Boe) and included the track on 'So Much In Between' (Mountain Home Music Company, 2011).



Darin & Brooke Aldridge recorded Jerry Salley's 'Lord, Lift Me Up' (co-written with Sidney Cox) and included the track on 'So Much In Between' (Mountain Home Music Company, 2011).

Jerry Salley: 2012

Kristy Cox: 'Miles & Timezones' (Kristy Cox Independent Release, 2011)  

On Tuesday 24 January 2012, Kristy Cox saw the release of 'Miles & Timezones' (Kristy Cox Independent Release, 2011), which was produced by Jerry Salley, and included the following tracks:

'If I Keep On Loving You' (written by Kristy Cox and Lachlan Davidson)
'Miles & Timezones' (written by Kristy Cox and Lachlan Davidson)
'You Won't Find That Here' (written by Jerry Salley, Lisa Shaffer and Dani Flowers) / this track featured backing vocals from Lisa Shaffer
'Every Blue Moon' (written by Jerry Salley and Jenee Fleenor)
'Sure As The Devil' (written by Jerry Salley, Jim McBride and Tamara Stewart)
'Her Past Is Looking Brighter' (written by Jerry Salley and Clay Hess)
'Little Bit of Wonderful' (written by Michael Fordinal and April Geesbreght)/ this track featured backing vocals from Kym Warner
'Life Is A Mystery' (written by Kristy Cox, Lachlan Davidson and Jordan Lee)
'A Hard Secret To Keep' (written by Jerry Salley and Jim McBride) / this track featured guest vocals and backing vocals from Jerry Salley / Mark Chesnutt recorded this track and included it on 'Savin' The Honky Tonks' (Vivaton Records, 2004); Mark Chesnutt's version reached No.59 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 2004 / Mark Chesnutt re-recorded the track and included it on 'Heard It In A Love Song' (CBUJ Records, 2006)
'Find Out By Myself' (written by Kristy Cox and Lachlan Davidson)
'I Hate That I Still Love You' (written by Michael Fordinal and April Geesbreght) / this track featured backing vocals from Maggie Salley

Kristy Cox's 'Miles & Timezones' (Kristy Cox Independent Release, 2012) also includes a hidden track, which was listed as 'track 12'.

Personnel involved in the recording of Kristy Cox's 'Miles & Timezones' (Kristy Cox Independent Release, 2012) included the following:

Cody Kilby (acoustic guitar)
Andy Leftwich (fiddle, viola)
Andy Leftwich (mandolin on 'If I Keep On Loving You', 'You Won't Find That Here', 'Every Blue Moon', 'Sure As The Devil', 'Her Past Is Looking Brighter', 'A Hard Secret To Keep' and 'I Hate That I Still Love You')
Kym Warner (mandolin on 'Miles & Timezones' and 'Little Bit of Wonderful', backing vocals on 'Little Bit of Wonderful')
Kevin Grant (bass)
Scott Vestal (banjo)
Randy Kohrs (Dobro)
John Gardner (percussion)
Jerry Salley (backing vocals and duet on 'A Hard Secret To Keep')
Maggie Salley (backing vocals on 'I Hate That I Still Love You')
Lisa Shaffer (backing vocals on 'You Won't Find That Here')



Clinton Gregory recorded Jerry Salley's 'Chase Away The Lonely' (co-written with Amanda Martin) and included the track on 'Too Much Ain't Enough' (Melody Roundup Music Records, 2012).



On Thursday 23 August 2012, Jerry Salley saw the release of 'Showing My Age' (Very Jerry Records, 2012), which included the following tracks:

'Comin' Home To You' (written by Jerry Salley and Steve Ivey) / this track featured guest vocalists Vince Gill and Doyle Lawson
'For Me, It’s You' (written by Jerrry Salley, Lance Miller and Dave Turnbull) / this track featured guest vocalist Alecia Nugent
'John In The Jordan' (written by Jerry Salley and Rusty Golden) / this track featured guest vocalists The Oak Ridge Boys
'That’s What You Call A Friend' (written by Jerry Salley, Adam Harvey and Rod McCormack) / this track featured guest vocalist Darryl Worley
'Flat Rock Road' (written by Jerry Salley and Chad Jeffers) / this track featured guest vocalists Jamie Johnson and Lisa Shaffer
'Under A Lonesome Moon' (written by Jerry Salley and Glen Duncan) / this track featured guest vocalist Del McCoury
'God Did It' (written by Jerry Salley and Greg Day) / this track featured guest vocalist Sonya Isaacs
'The Distance' (written by Jerry Salley and Wil Nance) / this track featured guest vocalist Rhonda Vincent
'I’m Gonna Take That Mountain' (written by Jerry Salley and Melissa Peirce) / this track featured guest vocalists Carl Jackson and Larry Cordle
'The More I Learn' (written by Jerry Salley and Charley Stefl)
'Fault Line' (written by Jerry Salley and Keith Sewell) / this track featured guest vocalists Keith Sewell and Wendy Sewell
'The Pieces Are Coming Together' (written by Jerry Salley and Carl Jackson) / this track featured guest vocalist Alecia Nugent
'Weeds' (written by Jerry Salley and Dan Demay) / this track featured guest vocalists Ricky Skaggs and Sharon White
'His Record Is On High' (written by Jerry Salley and Larry Cordle) / this track featured guest vocalists Carl Jackson and Larry Cordle



Darin & Brooke Aldridge recorded Jerry Salley's 'Every Scar' (co-written with Lee Black and Gina Boe) and included the track on 'Darin & Brooke Aldridge: Live At Red, White & Bluegrass' (Mountain Home Music Company, 2012).



Darin & Brooke Aldridge recorded Jerry Salley's 'That's Just Me Loving You' (co-written with Lisa Shaffer) and included the track on 'Darin & Brooke Aldridge: Live At Red, White & Bluegrass' (Mountain Home Music Company, 2012).

Jerry Salley: 2013

Karen Lynne: 'Shine Your Light' (Karen Lynne Music, 2013)

In March 2013, Karen Lynne saw the release of 'Shine Your Light' (Karen Lynne Music, 2013), which was recorded in Nashville at the studios of the iconic Tom T. Hall and his songwriting wife Dixie Hall (Saturday 26 May 1934 - Friday 16 January 2015), following an invitation from them after becoming the first official Australian 'Daughter of Bluegrass'.

Karen Lynne received this honour after contributing a song to 'Pickin’ Like A Girl' project, which was a landmark in her recording career at that time.

Karen Lynne's 'Shine Your Light' (Karen Lynne Music, 2013), which was produced by Jerry Salley, included the following tracks:

'Little Mountain Church House' (written by Carl Jackson and Jim Rushing)
'Your Presence Is My Favourite Gift'
'Coat of Many Colours' (written by Dolly Parton) / this track, which featured duet vocals from Stella Parton, was arranged by Dixie Hall (Saturday 26 May 1934 - Friday 16 January 2015) as a surprise for Karen after hearing the bed tracks being recorded.  It showed Stella Parton's most generous spirit.  Karen Lynne, at the time, stated that 'Having Stella singing with me on this song, written by her sister, about their mother, was an incredibly special moment for me, not to mention a lot of fun…once I got over the surprise!'
'Will There Be Any Stars'

'I Will See You Again'
'Walk Slow', which was written by Tom T. Hall and Dixie Hall (Saturday 26 May 1934 - Friday 16 January 2015) / this track featured champion Australian banjo player Martin Louis on banjo
'Where Jesus Is' (written by Daryl Mosley) / this track featured guest vocals from Daryl Mosley
'A Living Prayer'
'He Loves To Hear You Shout', which was written by Tom T. Hall and Dixie Hall (Saturday 26 May 1934 - Friday 16 January 2015) / this track featured champion Australian banjo player Martin Louis on banjo
'In The Garden'
'Will I Be Good Enough'
'Lord, Lift Me Up'
'Christmas Star'
'Send The Angels Down' (written by Jerry Salley)

Personnel involved in the recording of Karen Lynne's 'Shine Your Light' (Karen Lynne Music, 2013) included the following:

Josh Williams (guitar)
Randy Kohrs (resonator guitar)
Tim Crouch (fiddle, mandolin)
Mike Bub (double bass)
Aaron McDaris and Martin Louis (banjo)
Jerry Salley and Val Storey (vocal harmonies)

Jerry Salley: 2014

Kirsty Cox: 'Living For The Moment' (Pisgah Ridge Records, ‎2014)

In 2014, Kirsty Cox saw the release of 'Living For The Moment' (Pisgah Ridge Records, ‎2014), which was produced by Jerry Salley, and included the following tracks:

'You're My Kind of Train Wreck' (written by Jerry Salley and Kristy Cox)
'Something In The Way' (written by Anna Owens and Jerry Salley)
'Love Builds The Bridges (Pride Builds The Walls)' (written by Jerry Salley and Jim McBride)
'One Heartbreak Away' (written by Gerald Crabb and Jerry Salley)
'This' (written by Adam Wright, Jamie Floyd and Shannon Wright)
'I'll Cry Tonight' (written by Johnny Duke and Kristy Cox)
'I'm Not Gonna Sing The Blues' (written by Kristy Cox and Stephen Mougin)
'Widow's Whiskey' (written by Cassidy Lynn Alexander and Jerry Salley)
'When It Comes To You' (written by Jerry Salley and Kristy Cox)
'My Favorite Hour' (written by Kristy Cox, Lachlan Davidson and Stephen Mougin)

Personnel involved in the recording of Kirsty Cox's 'Living For The Moment' (Pisgah Ridge Records, ‎2014) included the following:

Mike Bub (acoustic bass, upright bass)
Stephen Mougin (acoustic guitar)
Steve Sutton (banjo)
David Johnson (fiddle, resonator guitar)
Darren Nicholson (mandolin)
Jerry Salley (vocals, guest vocalist)



Lonesome River Band recorded Jerry Salley's 'If The Moon Never Sees The Light of Day' (co-written with Brandon Rickman) and included the track on 'Turn On A Dime' (Mountain Home Records, 2014).

Jerry Salley: 2015



Chris Stapleton recorded Jerry Salley's 'Outlaw State of Mind' (co-written with Chris Stapleton and Ronnie Bowman) and included the track on 'Traveller' (Mercury Nashville Records, 2015); the track reached No.45 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart in 2015.



Adam Harvey recorded Jerry Salley's 'Paper & Pen' and included the track on 'Harvey's Bar: The Backyard Sessions' (Sony Music Australia, 2015).



In 2015, Jerry Salley saw the release of 'Gospel From My Grassroots' (Very Jerry Records, 2015), which included the following tracks:

'How High Is That Mountain' (written by Jerry Salley and James I. Elliott)
'Every Scar' (written by Jerry Salley, Gina Boe and Lee Black)
'It’s Not What You Know' (written by Jerry Salley and Carl Jackson)
'Saving Grace' (written by Jerry Salley and Aaron Wilburn)
'The Cross On The Right' (written by Jerry Salley and Max T. Barnes)
'The Preacher & The Stranger' (written by Jerry Salley and Carl Cartee)
'Just Drink The Water' (written by Jerry Salley, Gina Boe and Lee Black)
'All Dressed Up' (written by Jerry Salley and Dianne Wilkinson)  
'Mountain View Missionary Baptist Church' (written by Jerry Salley and Lisa Shaffer)
'Send The Angels Down' (written by Jerry Salley and Sheila Stephen)
'His Strength Is Perfect' (written by Jerry Salley and Steven Curtis Chapman)
'You Don’t Have To Go Home' (written by Jerry Salley, Larry Cordle and Larry Shell)
'I Want To Thank You' (written by Jerry Salley and Rusty Golden)

Special guest vocalists involved in the recording of Jerry Salley's 'Gospel From My Grassroots' (Very Jerry Records, 2015) included Steven Curtis Chapman and Dale Ann Bradley.

Special background vocalists involved in the recording of Jerry Salley's 'Gospel From My Grassroots' (Very Jerry Records, 2015) included Larry Cordle, Carl Jackson, Maggie Salley, Val Storey and Bradley Walker.



The SteelDrivers recorded Jerry Salley's 'Long Way Down' (co-written with Tammy Rogers and Liz Hengbar) and included the track on 'The Muscle Shoals Recordings' (Rounder Records, 2015).



The SteelDrivers recorded Jerry Salley's 'River Runs Red' (co-written with Tammy Rogers and Liz Hengbar) and included the track on 'The Muscle Shoals Recordings' (Rounder Records, 2015).



The SteelDrivers recorded Jerry Salley's 'Six Feet Away' (co-written with Tammy Rogers) and included the track on 'The Muscle Shoals Recordings' (Rounder Records, 2015).

The SteelDrivers earned a Grammy Award for their album, 'The Muscle Shoals Recordings' (Rounder Records, 2015).

Jerry Salley: 2016



Shenandoah (featuring lead vocalist Marty Raybon) recorded Jerry Salley's 'Good News Travels Fast' (co-written with Bud McGuire) and included the track on 'Good News Travels Fast' (Daywind Roots / Daywind Records, 2016).

Kristy Cox: 'Part of Me' (Pisgah Ridge ‎Records, 2016)

In 2016, Kristy Cox saw the release of 'Part of Me' (Pisgah Ridge ‎Records, 2016), which was produced by Jerry Salley, and included the following tracks:

'Another Weary Mile' (written by Jason Barie, Michael Rogers and Joshua D. Trivett)
'You Walked In' (written by Allan Caswell, Kristy Cox and Jerry Salley)
'Baby, You Ain't Baby Anymore' (written by Jeneé Fleenor and Jerry Salley)
'William Henry Johnson' (written by Allan Caswell and Kristy Cox)
'Little White Whiskey Lies' (written by Tammy Rogers and Jerry Salley)
'The Part of Me (That's Still In Love With You)' (written by Jerry Salley and Pam Tillis)
'Daddy Doesn't Pray Anymore' (written by Chris Stapleton)
'I'm No Stranger To This Lonesome Road' (written by Kristy Cox and Jerry Salley)
'Young Love Never Grows Old' (written by Kristy Cox and Jerry Salley)
'Your Train Don't Stop Here Anymore' (written by Dani Flowers and Jerry Salley)
'That's Where the Faith Comes In' (written by Sally Barris and Jerry Salley)

Personnel involved in the recording of Kristy Cox's 'Part of Me' (Pisgah Ridge ‎Records, 2016) included the following:

Steve Sutton (banjo)
Justin Moses (Dobro)
Mike Bub (electric upright bass)
Jason Roller (fiddle, mandolin)
Stephen Mougin (guitar)
Jerry Salley and Maggie Salley (harmony vocals)

Jerry Salley: 2017

Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver: 'Life To My Days' (Mountain Home Music Company, 2017)

Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver recorded Jerry Salley's 'Life To My Days' (co-written with Lee Black and Devin McGlamery) and included the track on 'Life To My Days' (Mountain Home Music Company, 2017).

Sara Evans: 'Words' (Born To Fly Records, 2017)

Sara Evans recorded Jerry Salley's 'Long Way Down' (co-written with Liz Hengber and Tammy Rogers) and included the track on 'Words' (Born To Fly Records, 2017).

Jerry Salley: 2018

Kristy Cox: 'Ricochet' (Australia: Country Rocks Records, 2018 / United States: Mountain Fever Records, 2018)

On Friday 26 January 2018, Kristy Cox saw the release of 'Ricochet' (Australia: Country Rocks Records, 2018 / United States: Mountain Fever Records, 2018), which was produced by Jerry Salley, and included the following tracks:

'South To North Carolina' (written by Kristy Cox, Michael Rogers and Jerry Salley) / this track featured guest vocals from Michael Rogers
'Cry Me A River' (written by Tom Botkin, Alex Dooley and Holly Pitney)
'Just Me Leaving' (written by Jerry Salley and Donna Ulisse) / this track featured guest vocals from Donna Ulisse
'A Bed This Cold' (written by Brandon Rickman and Jerry Salley) / this track was a duet with Brandon Wickman
'Ricochet' (written by Alice Lankford, Jim Martin and Jerry Salley)
'Right Where You Left It' (written by Kristy Cox, Alex Dooley and Jerry Salley)
'I Can Almost Smell The Smoke' (written by Shelly Fairchild, Melissa Peirce and Jerry Salley)
'Sweet English Rose' (written by Allan Caswell and Kristy Cox)
'Blame It On God' (written by Jimmy Fortune, Sydni Perry and Bill Whyte)
'I Still Pray' (written by Kasey Chambers) / this track featured guest vocals from Donna Ulisse and Josh Swift

Personnel involved in the recording of Kristy Cox's 'Ricochet' (Australia: Country Rocks Records, 2018 / United States: Mountain Fever Records, 2018) included the following:

Jason Roller (fiddle, guitar)
Justin Moses (Dobro, mandolin)
Aaron McDaris (banjo)
Mike Bub (upright bass)
Jerry Salley and Maggie Salley (harmony vocals)
Brandon Wickman (duet vocals on 'A Bed This Cold')
Michael Rogers (guest vocals on 'South To North Carolina')
Donna Ulisse (guest vocals on 'Just Me Leaving' and 'I Still Pray')
Josh Swift (guest vocals on 'I Still Pray')

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