Back in the 90’s Jay was one of Dahlonega’s premier hometown acts playing his brand of original country music at venues such as Eddie’s Attic, The Freightroom, and Nashville’s Bluebird Café. His band was the first music act to sell out multiple shows at the Holly Theater with Zac Brown and Kurt Thomas opening his show, as well as recent Ga Music Hall of Fame inductee, Jan Smith. Later Jay collaborated with Grammy nominee, Shawn Mullins, who is just one of the folks who've been encouraging him to get back into his musical 'roots'. to musical collaborations with great artist such as Shawn Mullins.
Singer, songwriter, musician, EB Reece grew up in the small town of Ellijay, GA. She got an early start performing in church and other local events in her hometown at age 13. She was encouraged by her family from a young age to use her gifts and pursue her love of music. EB studied under the direction of Ms. Jennifer St. Clair of Ellijay up until she changed to a more modern style and sound. Songwriting and performing in Nashville came not long after her decision to give country music a try. After writing and co-writing with some of Nashvilles most talented writers, EB recorded her first record "Big Time Stuff" in Nashville, TN. EB has had the opportunity to collaborate with singer/songwriters including Irene Kelley, Rand Biship, Walt Aldridge, Chely Wright, Pete Best, Wayne Baird, and Wesley Cook, John Hopkins, and more. As she came across more and more opportunity, not only did her her love for music grow, but she realized this was what she was born to do.