Jeff Stevens has written or produced over thirty #1 country music hits during the past three decades and continues to be at the top of the charts. He cut his teeth in a band playing the rough bars and flatbed trailers of southern West Virginia. His first two hits as a songwriter came in 1984 and as Jeff says “were mailed to anyone in Nashville who would accept a tape.” As an artist Jeff Stevens and the Bullets made waves on Atlantic Records when they arrived in Nashville in 1986 and through national TV appearances, videos and touring they met with critical success. By the early nineties Jeff settled back into writing with simultaneous hits, John Anderson’s “I Fell In The Water” and Alabama’s #1 “Reckless.” The next decade brought many hits including George Strait’s classic “Carrying Your Love With Me” and Tim Mcgraw’s #1 “Back When.” In 2004 he met Luke Bryan at a songwriting session and has gone on to produce all six of the two time CMA and ACM Entertainer of the Year’s albums including the current “What Makes You Country” that includes the uplifting “Most People Are Good”. 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. He has more certified digital singles than any other country artist with 46 million tracks, 12 million albums and 4 billion music streams. Jeff co-wrote “Luke’s #1 hits “Someone Else Calling You Baby”, “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye” and the debut single “All My Friends Say”.  Jeff was recently honored by the Country Music Hall Of Fame being recognized by their Music Masters Program.

Jeff is currently on the Board Of Directors of the Country Music Association  and is a lifetime member of NSAI. Also a member of SAG-AFTRA, AFM, NARAS and ACM

Jeff singing the original demos of the hits!

Jeff at Country Music Hall Of Fame Music Masters Program

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