I Wanna Hold Your Songs features two #1 songs from some of today’s biggest male country stars. “Getting You Home” was Chris Young’s first #1 single and was nominated for a Grammy for Best Male Country Performance. The song came off his #1 album, The Man I Want To Be. “She Wouldn’t Be Gone” was a #1 single for Blake Shelton for two straight weeks. The song reappeared on Blake’s greatest hits album Loaded: The Best of Blake Shelton.
Fun Attic opened its doors in 1990 as a publishing house that developed into a full-service administration company. Their songs have been recorded by a variety of musical acts including DC Talk, Jaci Valesquez, and Avalon. The catalog features “Jesus Freak,” recorded by DC Talk in 1995.
Eric L. Oliver is the founder of Heart’s Bluff, and brings to the organization a history of sound investing and equitable deal-making. Eric serves in numerous financial stewardship roles. He is Chief Investment Officer for Softvest, LP – a hedge fund founded in 1998 that focuses on convertible arbitrage. Eric is also Chairman and CEO of AMEN Properties, Inc. a NASDAQ SmallCap public company primarily focused on owning and managing commercial real estate, oil and gas royalties as well as newly formed retail electric provider, W Power and Light, LTD. He also has considerable expertise in Intellectual Property ventures, including Copyright, Internet, and Media-related companies.Additionally, Eric serves President of Midland Map Company, LLC a 55-year-old company that tracks lease and ownership changes throughout the Permian Basin of West Texas.As Chairman of the Board of Love and Care ministries, Eric is committed on extending the love of Christ to the inner city of Abilene, Texas. Eric is married and has four children. He lives with his family in Abilene, Texas.
Scott Parker is an award-winning songwriter, producer and music-publishing executive.
The well-traveled son of an International Diplomat and Military officer, Scott Parker was raised
with a creative worldview that transcends borders. Following college in Texas, his wanderlust led
to three years of national touring, working over 300 dates per year. After marrying his lifelong
music collaborator Caryl, the couple moved to Portland, Oregon and chalked up songwriting
awards, a publishing deal with Warner/Chappell, and a solid AAA fan-base throughout the
A move to Nashville in the mid-1990s, landed them both major publishing deals and a recording
deal for Caryl. While supporting her career and touring, Scott caught Nashville’s notice with his innate song-sense and proficiency in the studio. Some of the world’s best publishers, record labels, artist and songwriters sought his talent as a producer and writer. The Parker home studio also became a de facto clubhouse for many musicians – including Brad Paisley, Josh Turner, Daryl Worley and producer Frank Rogers – to record their early albums.
Now with multiple Top-10 hits and songwriting awards under his belt, Parker has produced or written songs recorded by Patty Loveless, Sister Hazel, Will Hoge, James Otto, Joanna Cotten, John David Webster, George Canyon, Trevor Morgan, Trisha Yearwood, Kim Hill, Marilee Rush and others. He’s served as staff-writer/producer for Sony Music, Hamstein Music,
Warner/Chappell and Reunion, and produced albums for Atlantic, Mercury, Universal, Word, Warner Bros, EMI & Magnatone.
In 2005 he co-founded Hearts Bluff Music Publishing where he serves as President/CEO, guiding the Creative and Acquisition development for the $20 million music publishing company. He was responsible for building the current portfolio, which includes over 50 #1 songs, 4 Hall of Fame Songwriters, and 10,000 titles contained in 25 different catalogs.
Jon Morgan brings an expertise in evaluating royalty streams, and developing models for cash flowing assets. With years of acquisition experience, and building companies, he understands the marriage of ideas and money, and how to bridge the two.Jon is the President of Anthem Oil and Gas, Inc., an oil and gas investment company based in Midland, Texas. After graduating from the University of Texas with a Petroleum Land Management degree in 1981, Jon worked for Texaco, Inc. through 1983. He has actively purchased minerals and royalties for the past 21 years. He has principally founded and been actively involved in over a dozen companies involved in real estate, oil and gas, minor league sports, geophysical services, financial services, data management, power procurement and the internet. He presently serves on several corporate and non-profit boards. Jon is President and COO of AMEN Properties (working alongside of Eric Oliver). Jon lives in Midland, Texas, with his wife of 25 years and teenaged son.