Jerry Flowers

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Jerry Flowers is an American bass guitarist, singer, songwriter, and touring musician from Pinch, West Virginia.

He moved to Nashville in 1993, where he met Keith Urban and formed a group called The Ranch. After five years with The Ranch, Flowers went on to tour with the Dixie Chicks, Counting Crows and others, before rejoining Urban for his first headlining tour, Be Here, in 2004. Flowers has played bass for Urban on every tour since.

Signed to a joint publishing deal with songwriter Ashley Gorley's Tape Room Music, Warner/Chappell Music and Combustion Music, Flowers has written and performed with artists such as Carrie Underwood, Lady Antebellum, Jason Derulo, Jason Aldean, Billy Currington, Jo Dee Messina, Sam Hunt, and of course, Urban. In the summer of 2015, the Sam Hunt single "House Party" co-written by Hunt, Flowers, and fellow Tape Room Music songwriter Zach Crowell,[1] had considerable commercial success. In 2016, he cowrote Jason Aldean's single "A Little More Summertime".

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sam Hunt discusses "House Party"". WBUT. 8 June 2015.

External links[edit]