Country music singer-songwriter Shane Stevens had a lot to celebrate this week. He was given a BMI award for writing Lady Antebellum’s #1 hit “American Honey” in Nashville. Shane co-wrote the single with Carley Barlowe and Hillary Lindsey. Shane, a South Carolina native now living in Music City, has written songs for many of country’s top artists, including: Sara Evans, Kellie Pickler, Montgomery Gentry, and even American Idol Jordin Sparks.
Shane will be releasing his new album “Holy Graffiti” in January. His lead single from the album “Back To Earth” was released today and is available for streaming on his official website. Check out his single HERE. The music video for the single was shot in New York City and will launch next month.
You can catch Shane with fellow songwriter Sherrie Austin on Sundance’s new television show “Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys.” The show was shot in Nashville, and the first episode will air on November 18th on Sundance.