Michael Knox is most noted for his production work with country superstar Jason Aldean, but he celebrates 20 number ones, over 40 million singles and 18 million albums sold during his 25 year career. His production credits include Thomas Rhett, Trace Adkins, Kelly Clarkson, Ludacris, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Michael Tyler, the hit TV series "Nashville" as well as his father, the late, great Buddy Knox. In 2011, Michael was awarded the CMA Award for his work as producer of the CMA Album of the Year My Kinda Party (Jason Aldean), as well as three ACM Awards for his production of the 2012 ACM Single Record of the Year & Vocal Event of the Year "Don't You Wanna Stay" (Jason Aldean/Kelly Clarkson) and the 2013 ACM Musical Event of the Year "The Only Way I Know" (Jason Aldean/Luke Bryan/Eric Church). Knox also serves as Vice President for peermusic Nashville and manages singer, songwriter Michael Tyler through is production/management company Music Knox. He also serves on the ACM Board of Directors and has previously served on the CMA Board of Directors. Michael's past history include opening Nashville's first song plugging company, HIT PLUGGERS and leaving his stamp on more than 150 million records as Warner Chappell's VP responsible for writer and artist development (1992-2002).
Jaron Boyer is a multi-talented songwriter/producer with a focus on pop/country that has been signed to peermusic since 2013. Boyer is among a growing group of writers and producers gleefully blending time-honored Nashville song craft to their own will, incorporating beats and sonic touches from the worlds of pop and hip-hop to create something fresh. To date, Boyer has three number one singles that include Dustin Lynch’s “Hell of a Night,” Dierks Bentley’s “Somewhere on a Beach,” and, most recently, Cole Swindell’s “Flatliner” featuring Dierks Bentley. Some of his catalog also includes “They Don’t Know” (Jason Aldean), “Riot” (Rascal Flatts), “Vandalizer” (Sam Hunt), “Blue Collar Dollars” (Granger Smith) and “First Time Again” (Jason Aldean/Kelsea Ballerini).
Andrew Simple is an artist/songwriter/producer signed to peermusic who you may not realize you already know. From his artist releases to projects he has produced and co-written, millions of Spotify streams, Youtube views, and hundreds of film/T.V. and advertising placements have resulted. Some noteworthy ad licenses of his songs include iconic brands like Calvin Klein, Apple, T-Mobile, Starbucks, Heineken, Samsung, Hyundai, Gatorade, Subaru, Pringles, and Nike. On the Film & T.V. side, you’ve heard his music in The Walking Dead (AMC), Daredevil (Netflix), Gotham (FOX), Parenthood (NBC), Despicable Me 3, Pitch Perfect 3, and The Emoji Movie, and if that wasn’t enough, the professional sports and video game worlds have also embraced Andrew’s music, from countless major sports teams, ESPN, and Fox Sports to Sony PlayStation and Microsoft Xbox. Currently, Andrew is working with Michael Knox and his team as a co-mixer for the new Jason Aldean album.
Heather Cook is the Creative Manager for music in Advertising at peermusic where she coordinates promotional strategies for peer's catalog repertoire, signs artists/songwriters and indie emerging talent, conducts music searches for brand/agency pitches, market research, brand/agency coordination, artist showcase coordination, Ad-music database and catalog management. She also conducts key catalog promos and pitching for legacy songwriters Donovan, David Foster, Hoagy Carmichael, Bobby Feldman, Carter/Lewis, The Carter Family, Jimmie Rodgers, Buddy Holly, Malaco and others. As well as indie artists and chart-topping writer/producers Andrew Simple, The Phantoms, Giants of Industry, Dead Sara, Family of The Year, Black Violin, Sam F., James Poyser, Sons of Sonix, The Audibles, Danger Twins, The Royal Foundry, Hannah Georgas, Gabrielle Aplin, Anna Straker, Jazelle Paris and many others. To date, she has secured song placements for IKEA, Payless, Marriott, Kellogg’s Raisin Bran, KIWI Shoe Polish, Kay Jewelers, Payless, Pandora, Nordstrom, J.C. Penney, Hershey's and more. Currently she is serving on the music planning committee for the Nashville Film Festival and is the new SOLID Alumni President for 2018.