Steven Dale Jones
Born and raised in Hamilton, Alabama, Steven Dale Jones grew up around the music of muscle shoals and quickly caught the attention of legendary producer Rick Hall, who helped him sign with Fame Publishing shortly after graduating from Auburn University. Fast-forward a few years and Steven Dale Jones has become a legend himself. With over 150 cuts and 200 million records sold, he has clearly made a name for himself in the music industry. Plus, he has 8 ASCAP awards, a Dove and a GRAMMY nomination to boot.
You may have heard Steven’s music if you’re a fan of Alabama, John Legend, George Strait, Trace Adkins, Josh Turner, Love and Theft, Kenny Rogers, Randy Travis, Lee Greenwood or John Michael Montgomery. Apart from his work from these and other artists, Jones is best known for his hits "One More Day," recorded by Diamond Rio, "He Gets That From Me," recorded by Reba McEntire, "That's A Man," recorded by Jack Ingram, "10,000 Angels," recorded by Mindy McCready and "Little Things," recorded by Tanya Tucker.
Currently living in Nashville, Jones continues to churn out hits for Word Publishing while also spending time with his three sons.