Nashville Entertainment Weekly Records on Music  Row

Check Out Our Talent


Thirteen-year-old singer and songwriter
“Katie O” hails from Jacksonville, Florida. She is the youngest of four children and the only girl. She and her brothers are all very close.
Singing has always come naturally to Katie; her mother recalls her always singing and loving music. She would create her own tunes to memorize schoolwork, not realizing that singing and songwriting would eventually become her passion.

Jennie Angel  is a native of New York State. Jennie recently signed with a Music Row Record Deal with Nashville Entertainment Weekly Records.
She is an actress who recently rediscovered her love for music! She started playing the guitar when she was 16 and has been singing. She is now getting great reviews for her latest song "Move on" released to National Radio.



Born one minute apart, Jordan and Madison Skinner don't know life without each other. Jordan's enthusiastic and joyful personality is balanced by Madison's calm stillness. It seems as if the twins were always meant to be halves of a whole.

Having grown up surrounded by the diverse music of Southeast Texas, the twins drew upon their southern influences to create their own unique brand of Americana through the duo Jaye Madison in 2017. Blues, rock, country, and folk all contribute to their contemporary soulful sound.

Jaye Madison is now focused on writing originals and performing live around Nashville, Tennessee. 

THE Eddie T Band.jpg

The Award Winning Eddie T Band with Eddie Tabit - bass, lead vocal, Rick Dawson - Guitar and Marty Wirth Drums
Based out of Detroit they will blow you away with their sing along lyrics and hard hitting Southern Rock  vibe.
You can find them recording playing their own Live loud Music all year long all across the country.



Madeline Mae is a Country Music singer/songwriter from Wetumpka, Alabama. Inspired by artists such as Reba McEntire, Terri Clark, and Jo Dee Messina, she began to write songs by the age of 12 and now has around 20 originals.

Madeline is promoting her new song "Little ole Me"
with her Nashville Entertainment Weekly Records on Music Row.

Bethany started playing guitar by ear at age 12.  Her father taught her to play.  She grew up singing in church at age 8.  She sang in High School in mixed choir several years as an alto, and she was chosen to sing at her high school graduation in a sextet as an alto. 
She sang in 3 Branson music shows from 1992 until 1995, Elvis and the Superstars, Patsy and Friends, and Hank and Friends.    Dee Dee Hamilton (formally with the Platters 25 years) told her she sings with soul.


© 2019 by Nashville Entertainment TJTV .

This site was designed with the
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now