Jeffrey Steele

Posted in News on October 24, 2001

Hundreds of guests gathered at BMI Nashville for a bayou-themed party to preview Jeffrey Steele's first solo album Somethin' In the Water from Sony Music Nashville. Steele and his band performed a solid set of songs from the new recording, including the title track co-written with BMI writers Al Anderson and Bob DiPiero.

CMA's Ed Benson, BMI's Paul Corbin, Sony Music's Allen Butler, Jeffrey Steele, Sony Music's Mike Kraski, rpm management's Scott Siman

Although the record marks Steele's first release as a solo artist, he previously scored as the lead singer of the band Boy Howdy, penning "They Don't Make 'Em Like That Anymore" and the #1 "She'd Give Anything." Winner of multiple BMI Country, Pop and Million-Air honors, he has written for other top acts including John Michael Montgomery ("Hello L-O-V-E"), LeAnn Rimes ("Big Deal"), Diamond Rio ("Unbelievable"), Trace Adkins ("I'm Trying") and Collin Raye ("Couldn't Last A Moment").