Jon Pardi documentary videos released

Get a glimpse into pieces of Jon’s journey.

Song Factory signs Ashley McBryde


The Song Factory started 2015 with a bang by coming to an exclusive songwriting agreement with singer-songwriter Ashley McBryde.

Dustin Lynch joining Luke Bryan’s “That’s My Kind Of Night Tour”

Luke Bryan will extend his highly successful “That’s My Kind of Night Tour” with a winter leg in early 2015.  The 2014 tour has produced sell outs in each market it’s played including four sold-out stadium shows with crowds of 225,000 fans, two sold-out concerts in New York City’s Madison Square Garden, a string of double-play dates that broke venue attendance records and he became the debut country act to play Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.  Randy Houser and Dustin Lynch will open the 2015 winter leg.
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Rob Crosby tours with The Common Linnets

commonlinnets3The tour comes on the heels of the band’s self-titled European release, which has sold over 150,000 copies. Rob, with songwriting credits on 7 of the album’s songs, has performed with the band during their 13 performances across Europe in October. The album’s lead single “Calm After The Storm”, co-written by Rob, reached #1 on charts in Belgium, Iceland, and Netherlands, and top 10 on 14 other charts across Europe.

Jon Pardi will tour with Alan Jackson in 2015

Jon Pardi and Brandy Clark will join Alan Jackson for his 25th anniversary KEEPIN’ IT COUNTRY TOUR.
Jackson told PEOPLE, “Of all the new guys I’ve heard, I like that Jon is closer to country than most of the others and I thought his songwriting was better than what I’ve heard in a while.”
Scheduled performances  include:
JAN 08 Fort Myers (Estero), FL Germain Arena
JAN 09 Tampa, FL USF Sun Dome
FEB 20 San Diego, CA Valley View Casino Center
FEB 21 Laughlin, NV Laughlin Events Center
FEB 27 Los Angeles, CA Nokia Theatre LA Live
FEB 28 Phoenix, AZ Ak-Chin Pavilion
MAR 06 Dallas (Grand Prairie), TX Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
MAR 27 Augusta, GA James Brown Arena
MAR 28 Greenville, SC Bon Secours Wellness Arena
APR 09 Wilmington, NC Cape Fear Community College
APR 17 Kansas City (Independence), MO Independence Events Center
APR 18 Enid, OK Enid Event Center
APR 24 Roanoke, VA Civic Center Auditorium
MAY 01 Sioux City, IA Tyson Events Center
MAY 02 Brookings, SD Swiftel Center
MAY 08 Green Bay, WI Resch Center
MAY 09 Bloomington, IL US Cellular Coliseum
MAY 16 Salt Lake City (West Valley City), UT USANA Amphitheatre
MAY 17 Denver (Morrison), CO Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Dustin Lynch’s sophomore release

20140624-dustinlynch-600-1403702119Where It’s At, the follow-up to Dustin’s chart topping self-titled debut, came out as his single “Where It’s At” rose to a two-week #1 radio hit. The album contains 5 songs co-written by Dustin, and it was produced by Mickey Jack Cones, Brett Beavers, and Luke Wooten. Read what Dustin says about the album in his interview with Rolling Stone Country here, or get it on iTunes here.

Jon Pardi releases video for “What I Can’t Put Down”

Pardi co-wrote the single along with nine other songs on his debut album, Write You A Song.
“We wrote this song last year, and I remember it just kind of poured out,” he says. “I kind of had the line the devil wears black and he goes by jack, and he’s really good at helping me forget … I was just kind of rambling on. It’s all really about the fun things that I can’t put down. The chorus is kind of an anthem of what you can’t put down, not in a bad way … just about drinkin’, smokin’, girls and playing music … everything I can’t put down.”
“What I Can’t Put Down” is the California-native’s third single off of his freshman album. Pardi says that the album draws from stories from much of his adult life.
“This album represents the last four years of my life, from relationships to playing music,” he says. “It’s a fun, upbeat album with songs about life and love.”
Pardi is criss-crossing the US for live shows throughout the summer. A list of upcoming performances is available on his website.

#1 Party – Song Factory & Rob Crosby Celebrate “Friday Night”

Pictured (l-r, front row): Marshall Altman, Eric Paslay, Rose Falcon and Rob Crosby, (back row): ASCAP’s Mike Sistad, Cal IV Entertainment’s Daniel Hill, The Song Factory’s Jennifer Johnson, Universal Music Group Nashville’s Mike Dungan and BMI’s David Preston. Photo by Ed Rode.
ASCAP, BMI and the CMA hosted a #1 party on Mon., February 24th to celebrate “Friday Night,” Eric Paslay’s first #1 song as both the songwriter and the artist. Music Row’s industry and media packed the room to honor Paslay along with co-writers Rob Crosby and Rose Falcon, who celebrated their third and first #1 songs, respectively. “Friday Night,” the debut single from Paslay’s EMI Records Nashville self-titled album released on February 4th, marked his fourth trip to the top of the charts as a songwriter. Producer Marshall Altman and publishers Cal IV Entertainment and The Song Factory were also on hand to congratulate the group. Article courtesy of Alison Toczylowski

Jon Pardi and The Song Factory

Watch Jon Pardi and Jennifer Johnson along with Lee Francis and Terry Lee Palmer talk about Jon’s journey with The Song Factory.

Dillon Carmichael EP

rsz_1dillon_cover1Check out Dillon Carmichael’s debut EP “Almost Famous”, produced by Bart Butler at  The six-song EP contains songs Dillon co-wrote with Jimmy Melton, Neal Coty, Phil O’Donnell, Steve Bogard, Bart Butler, Larry McCoy, and Rusty Van Sickle, and a song, the title track, written by Jon Pardi, Aaron Goodvin, and Matt McKay.
Dillon was born in Central Kentucky and has been singing in front of crowds since he was six years old. He got his first guitar at the tender age of 11 and was impressing family and friends with his natural ability to play anything with a chord or a beat. Dillon comes by his musical gift from both sides of his family. His grandfathers, both named Harold, played music in the 60’s and 70’s. The late, Harold Montgomery played country music all over Kentucky and played at the Grand Ole Opry. Since those early days the Montgomery name has become very popular in the country music business as Dillon’s uncles (John Michael and Eddie) lived their fathers dream of one day being in the Country Music Hall of Fame. Harold Carmichael started his music career in the 60’s in Gospel music with his five brothers the “Carmichael Brothers” and in the 70’s playing rock-n-roll all over central Kentucky. In addition to her brother’s vocal talents, Dillon’s mother, Becky Montgomery, was also blessed with a beautiful voice.
There is no doubt that Dillon Carmichael is on his way to continuing the family tradition in a big way.