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Jeremy Stover

Red Creative Group
Owner, Producer & Songwriter

Jeremy Stover is the Owner of Red Creative Group, a publishing and entertainment company. He is also a producer and writer, accumulating hundreds of cuts and multiple No.1 hits including, “Small Town USA” and “Til My Last Day” performed by Justin Moore, and Tim McGraw’s, “How I'll Always Be.”  Stover first learned the ropes of the recording studio at at Muy Bueno Music, the publishing company owned by George Strait and Erv Woolsey. He later signed with Starstruck, which was owned by Reba McEntire at the time. By 2004 Stover was signed to Keith Stegall’s 2820 Music, where he scored his first No. 1 as a writer and producer with “Wherever You Are” recorded by Jack Ingram. The hits kept coming during a six-year run with EMI, which was eventually purchased by Sony/ATV.  When that deal came to an end, he sold his most recent catalog to ole Rights Management. Stover then realized he wanted create his own artist development company while supplementing it with writers, thus RED Creative Group was formed in 2014.