Kelley Lovelace




Scooter Carusoe

Travis Hill has lived and worked in the Nashville music community for 20 plus years. He was a cofounder of independent music publisher Carnival Music and between publishing and song writing (under his pen name Scooter Carusoe) has multiple number one songs to his credit including “Anything But Mine” and “Better As A Memory” by Kenny Chesney, “Mean To Me” and “Wanna Be That Song” by Brett Eldredge.  He’s also had songs recorded by Rascall Flatts, Eric Church, Lady Antebellum, Uncle Kracker, Dierks Bentley, Sugarland, Gary Allan, Jordan Davis, Chris Janson, Darius Rucker, Chase Rice, Eli Young Band and more.





  • “Anything But Mine” – Kenny Chesney
  • “Mean To Me” – Brett Eldredge
  • “Better As A Memory” – Kenny Chesney
  • “For The First Time” – Darius Rucker
  • “Wanna Be That Song” – Brett Eldredge



  • “Drunk Girl” –Chris Janson


Additional cuts by: David Nail, Dierks Bentley, Rascal Flatts, Jordan Davis, Kristian Bush, Chase Rice, Wade Bowen, Chris Young, Eli Young Band, Gary Allan, Montgomery Gentry

Kelly Archer

Kelly Archer is a hit songwriter from Vancouver, British Columbia. Her songs have been recorded by Jason Aldean, Dustin Lynch, Eli Young Band, Montogmery Gentry, Reba McEntire, Trisha Yearwood, Cassadee Pope, and many more. Most recently, Kelly’s co-written Brett Young single, “Sleep Without You” and “Somebody Else Will” recorded by Justin Moore hit #1 on Country Radio. Archer has scored seven songs on the country singles charts since March of 2016.


In 2017, Kelly won the Rising Independent Songwriter of the Year at the AIMP Nashville Awards. She was also named a SOCAN [Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada] Award Recipient for her Top 10 Jess Moskaluke co-write “Take Me Home,” the same year.




Songs written by Kelly Archer:
  • “Sleep Without You” – Brett Young #1
  • “Somebody Else Will” – Justin Moore #1
  • “For Her” – Chris Lane #10 
  • “Rockin’ All Night Long” – Current Adam Hambrick single
  • “After A Few” – Current Travis Denning single
  • “On My Highway” – Jason Aldean
  • “Got My Country On” – Chris Cagle
  • “Summer” – Cassadee Pope
  • “15 Minutes of Shame” – Kristy Lee Cook
  • “Love Like Mine” – Hayden Panettiere
  • “Name On It” – Dustin Lynch


Additional cuts by: Reba McEntire, Eli Young Band, Montgomery Gentry, Trisha Yearwood and more


Chris Wallin

With his unique gift for finding the extraordinary in ordinary life, Chris Wallin has established himself as one of Nashville’s most sought-after songwriters.

For the past several years, Wallin has topped the charts with classics-in-the-making for the industry’s biggest stars including, “Love Me If You Can” by Toby Keith, “Don’t Blink” by Kenny Chesney, “I’m Tryin’” for Trace Adkins, “Something To Be Proud Of” and “Speed” by Montgomery Gentry.

Raised in the small town in East Tennessee Wallin was influenced by the likes of Jim Croce, James Taylor and Merle Haggard, as well as his own musical family – especially his mother, a singer herself. She recorded and performed in Nashville for a time, and the experience made an indelible impression on the seven-year-old Chris.

He began writing songs at age 12 and, perhaps inevitably, moved to Music City several years later, making the dues-paying rounds of writer’s nights and songwriting contests. He caught a break when his songs caught the ear of a small publishing company (co-owned by eventual Taylor Swift collaborator Liz Rose), helping to launch him on a professional career that has led to award-winning collaborations with fellow hit-makers like Jim Collins, Craig Wiseman, Tim Nichols and Jeffrey Steele.

Artists who have cut Chris’s songs include Lorrie Morgan, Sammy Kershaw, Trace Adkins, Michael Peterson, Anthony Smith, Jeffrey Steele, Neal McCoy, Brad Paisley, Joe Diffie, Diamond Rio, and many more.





  • “Love Me If You Can” – Toby Keith  #1
  • “Don’t Blink” – Kenny Chesney  6 week #1
  • “Something To Be Proud Of” – Montgomery Gentry  2 week #1
  • “I’m Tryin” – Trace Adkins  #5
  •  “Speed” – Montgomery Gentry  #5
  • “People Loving People” –  Garth Brooks  #19


Other cuts by:  Brad Paisley, Lorrie Morgan, Montgomery Gentry, Sammy Kershaw, Trace Adkins, Michael Peterson, Confederate Railroad, Neal McCoy, Joe Diffie, Diamond Rio, Kenny Chesney, Toby Keith