OCTOBER 1, 2017 (UPDATED) – When Ian Janes and Byron co-wrote “Can’t Remember Never Loving You”, they knew it had something special, and getting it placed in the CMT series Nashville with a wonderful duet recording by Charles Esten and Connie Britton was an incredible surprise. Now that the series has moved on, a second life for a song like this seems inevitable. We’re pleased to announce that Ian’s version of the song comes out this fall! Streaming, download and video links will be posted soon. Our fingers are also crossed for Ian who is a final nominee in several categories in the 2017 Music Nova Scotia awards with the same song, and Ian and Byron are nominated together for the SOCAN Songwriter of the Year category for the same song. Byron says… “Those provincial awards in Canada a pretty cool because I get to see a lot of people I co-write with being recognized, and quite a few times I’ve had songs recognized this way. Good luck also to my friend Makayla Lynn, whom I write with quite a bit. She is also nominated in the song category!” The awards will be held on November 5th. Best wishes to artist Drew Baldridge, who in a new article posted by KLAW-FM (Lawton, OK), credits the song Born Country (Hill/Schweers) for inspiring Drew at a young age to sing Country music (see link to article below). Drew Baldridge’s new album is called Guns & Roses. Just got the exciting news that a song Byron wrote early this year specifically for a new film project will be used in the upcoming moving starring Marisa Tomei (Spider-Man: Homecoming, Captain America: Civil War, The Big Short). More info on the movie expected in early 2018.

More October details coming as we get them!

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Music Nova Scotia Awards

Drew Baldridge Article

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