Brian Crews is CEO/booking agent for Crewser Entertainment in Nashville. Crewser was born out of my civic work as a member of the Roxboro NC Jaycees. While a member, I was a co-chair of our music festival for 15 years. This ignited my passion for booking. What started as booking area fairs and festivals, fast forward to 2020 has grown into booking a roster of national acts.
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A message to IEBA from Brian Crewser:
Billy Dean is an American Troubadour who has mastered the art of singing, songwriting, and storytelling. Billy is a Grammy Award winning artists. Billy has also won the following ACM awards “New Male Vocalist,” “Album of the Year,” and “Song of the Year.” Billy is know for hits like “Only Here for a Little While,” “Somewhere in My Broken Heart,” “You Don’t Count the Cost,” “Only the Wind,” “Billy the Kid,”If it Hadn’t Been You,” “Tryin’ to Hide a Fire in the Dark,” “We Just Disagree,” “It’s What I Do and “Let Them Be Little.”
Some have called him an “R&B version of George Jones,” while others have called him a “Country Otis Redding.” Whichever description you feel fits him best, there is no doubting the fact that when you hear the music of T. Graham Brown, you are hearing something that is very special. With 15 studio albums under his belt, Brown has charted more than 35 singles on Billboard, Cash Box and Gospel charts since 1986. Some of his hits include “I Tell It Like It Used To Be,” “Hell and High Water,” “Don’t Go To Strangers,” “Wine Into Water,” and “Darlene.” In 2014, he was nominated for a Grammy award for Best Roots Gospel album, with Forever changed. Brown has appeared on the Grand Ole Opry almost 300 times since his debut there in 1986.
Wade Hayes signed to Columbia Records in 1994, he made his debut that year with his gold-certified album Old Enough to Know Better. Its title track, which served as his debut single, reached Number One on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts, and three more singles from it all reached Top Ten as well. Hayes' second album, 1996's On a Good Night, was also certified gold, although its No. 2-peaking title track was the only Top 40 hit from it. “When the Wrong One Loves You Right,” his third album, produced two more singles, including the No. 5 "The Day That She Left Tulsa (In a Chevy).”
Keith Anderson has co-written hits for other artists, most notably "Lost In This Moment", the No. 1 smash for Big & Rich which garnered him a CMA and ACM Song of the Year nomination, Anderson doesn’t write with other artists in mind. Anderson also co-wrote the Grammy-nominated, "Beer Run (B Double E Double Are You In?)" for Garth Brooks and George Jones. His debut CD, "Three Chord Country and American Rock & Roll", was certified Gold and garnered two Top 10 hits, "Pickin’ Wildflowers," and "Every Time I Hear Your Name," along with two Top 30 hits "XXL" and "Podunk". Anderson’s sophomore CD garnered the biggest hit of his career, “I Still Miss You”, which peaked at #2 and another Top 25 hit, “Sunday Morning In America”.
Jeff Carson was one of the new country singers who was able to parlay the mass success of country music in the early '90s to a massive hit with his eponymous first album. Carson moved to Music City in 1989. Around the same time, he signed a songwriting deal with Little Big Town Music and began singing on demo tapes for a variety of companies. Eventually, publisher/producer Chuck Howard heard Carson's original material and signed a publishing and development deal with him. By 1994, Jeff had signed with Curb Records and released his self-titled debut album that year, followed by Butterfly Kisses in 1998 and Real Life in 2002. He has charted fourteen singles on the Billboard Country charts, including the Number One hit "Not on Your Love", the Top Ten hits "The Car" and "Holdin' Onto Somethin’” and the Top 20 "Real Life".