Singer/songwriter Joel Shewmake moved to Nashville from Cookeville, TN in 2001 to pursue a career in music. He signed his first publishing deal soon after and has since written songs professionally for BMG, Warner Chapel, Amylase Entertainment and BMG/Chrysalis. Joel’s songs have been recorded by artists such as Brad Paisley, Montgomery-Gentry, Gary Allan, Craig Campbell, Lonestar, Trace Adkins, Jerrod Niemann, Jacob Bryant and Cody Johnson.

 


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  • Mike Armstrong
    Mike Armstrong Nashville
    Hey Joel that was a great performance at The Listening Room Cafe last night...I can't wait to hear the one legged bird song again!!! It will be my new theme song LOL

    Hey Joel that was a great performance at The Listening Room Cafe last night...I can't wait to hear the one legged bird song again!!! It will be my new theme song LOL

  • Danica
    Danica Chugiak, AK
    Hey Joel, I saw you at the Commodore Grille on Monday night. Would you consider co-writing some songs with me? My cell is 907-795-5662

    Hey Joel, I saw you at the Commodore Grille on Monday night. Would you consider co-writing some songs with me?
    My cell is 907-795-5662

  • larry mahan
    larry mahan kemp America
    i love you j.i hope to see you soon. keep jammin~ son.

    i love you j.i hope to see you soon. keep jammin~ son.

  • Eddie
    Eddie Blackshear GA
    Joel been listening to your music quite a bit this last year. Was talking to my family and two of my brothers have been laid off and my dad was forced into retirement early. As we were all seeing who could dig the deepest hole I had to pause for a moment and play them Tough Times Dont Last. It flipped the script and our downward spiral became uplifting as we began to tell tall tales of the past. I appreciate your music and thank you for making these strange times a little bit normal.

    Joel been listening to your music quite a bit this last year.

    Was talking to my family and two of my brothers have been laid off and my dad was forced into retirement early.

    As we were all seeing who could dig the deepest hole I had to pause for a moment and play them Tough Times Dont Last.

    It flipped the script and our downward spiral became uplifting as we began to tell tall tales of the past.

    I appreciate your music and thank you for making these strange times a little bit normal.