The Peach Pickers
|The Peach Pickers|
|Origin||Valdosta, Georgia, U.S.|
|Associated acts||Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan|
Akins and Hayslip met while attending high school together in Valdosta, Georgia, before Akins signed a contract with Decca Records in the mid-1990s. Davidson began songwriting in college, where he was roommates with singer Luke Bryan. He and Akins met in 2004 when the two co-wrote "Kiss My Country Ass", which both Akins and Blake Shelton cut. After Akins brought Davidson to a songwriting session, the three began holding songwriting meetings every Wednesday. Among the songs that they have written together are Shelton's "All About Tonight", Josh Turner's "All Over Me", Jack Ingram's "Barefoot and Crazy", Brooks & Dunn's "Put a Girl in It", Joe Nichols' "Gimmie That Girl", and Bryan's "I Don't Want This Night to End". All three members of the team have also have co-writers' credits outside their collaborations.
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