About Jeff


Jeff performing at the Country Music Hall of Fame

Jeff performing at the Country Music Hall of Fame

Jeff Stevens, named a Billboard “Hot Country Producer” has written and/or produced over 40 top ten country hits since his first in 1984, including one of George Strait’s standards “Carrying Your Love With Me”, Tim Mcgraw’s #1 “Back When” and Luke Bryan’s 3 week #1 “Drink A Beer”.  Known mostly as a writer/artist until 1999 when he produced Jerry Kilgore’s “Love Trip” album, Jeff has enjoyed a long career as one of Nashville’s most constant and current hit makers producing all six of two time CMA and ACM Entertainer of the Year Luke Bryan’s albums including the current smash “Kill The Lights” and the RIAA certified double platinum “Crash My Party” which won Billboard’s “Top Country Album” award. All six of the singles released from Bryan's Kill the Lights album reached number one on the Billboard Country Airplay chart, making Bryan the first artist in the 27-year history of the chart to achieve six number one singles from one album. Jeff co-wrote “Luke’s #1 hits “Someone Else Calling You Baby”, “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye” and the debut single “All My Friends Say”. 

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