Jeremy Spillman

Kentucky born and bred, Jeremy Spillman moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue his dream of success as a songwriter at 24. It would be five years before he landed his first cut by a major label artist and signed a publishing deal. Since then, Jeremy has had songs recorded by Eric Church, Tim McGraw, Keith Urban, LANCO, Trace Adkins, Brandy Clark, Midland, Little Big Town, Reba McEntire, Brantley Gilbert, Jon Pardi, Luke Bryan and many more. He has one of the most recent Eric Church releases, ‘Bad Mother Trucker,’ and several cuts on Eric Church’s next project. Jeremy’s song, ‘War Of Art’, is featured on Tim Mcgraw’s latest album and he holds the current single from Ashley McBryde, “Martha Devine.” Spillman lives with his wife and four sons south of Nashville, TN. He considers his role as a father the most important in his life. When he’s not writing novels and songs or recording music, Spillman is supporting his sons at football and basketball games and spending time with them at home.

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Jeremy Spillman

Kentucky born and bred, Jeremy Spillman moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue his dream of success as a songwriter at 24. It would be five years before he landed his first cut by a major label artist and signed a publishing deal. Since then, Jeremy has had songs recorded by Eric Church, Tim McGraw, Keith Urban, LANCO, Trace Adkins, Brandy Clark, Midland, Little Big Town, Reba McEntire, Brantley Gilbert, Jon Pardi, Luke Bryan and many more. He has one of the most recent Eric Church releases, ‘Bad Mother Trucker,’ and several cuts on Eric Church’s next project. Jeremy’s song, ‘War Of Art’, is featured on Tim Mcgraw’s latest album and he holds the current single from Ashley McBryde, “Martha Devine.” Spillman lives with his wife and four sons south of Nashville, TN. He considers his role as a father the most important in his life. When he’s not writing novels and songs or recording music, Spillman is supporting his sons at football and basketball games and spending time with them at home.

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