Cledus T. Judd is one of the most beloved and popular comedians in the
country music industry. His current CD on Koch Records Nashville, "Bipolar
And Proud," debuted at #1 on the Soundscan Comedy chart and #15 on
Billboard's Country Albums chart. His latest single, "I Love NASCAR,"
(which is a parody of Toby Keith's hit "I Love This Bar") was embraced by
country and NASCAR fans alike and received airplay on country radio, CMT,
GAC, and Totally NASCAR. Judd's second single from the album, "Paycheck
Woman," is a take-off of Gretchen Wilson's breakout single, "Redneck Woman."
Judd has sold over 1.6 million units in his career, performed with some of
the biggest names in Country music (Brooks & Dunn, Toby Keith, Alan Jackson,
Shania Twain), has won two CMT Video Awards, and most recently co-hosted the
CMT series, "Most Wanted Live."
Anastasia Brown heads up 821 Music Group and partners with Eric Geadlemann
in the 821 Entertainment Group. Brown started her music career as legendary
music mogul Miles Copeland's partner and director of operations for Firstars
Nashville, where she proceeded to discover, develop and secure record deals
for the Grammy nominated, multi-platinum selling current CMA Male Vocalist
Keith Urban. She also worked with artists ranging from Sting to Peter
Frampton to John Berry. As vice president of A&R for Ark 21 Nashville,
Brown served as executive producer for Waylon Jennings' "Closing In On The
Fire," securing guest artists Sting, Sheryl Crow and Mark Knopfler as well
as Leon Russell's "Legend In My Time" with guest artists Willie Nelson,
Marty Stuart and The Oak Ridge Boys. As A&R coordinator she also worked on
compilation records such as the Christmas album, "Mother & Child" and the
tribute record to Hank Marvin and The Shadows, "Twang." After making her
mark in the Nashville music industry, Brown went on to serve as music
supervisor, and secured the soundtrack record deal, on Steven Spielberg's
Emmy® Award-winning and Golden Globe nominated miniseries for SCI FI,
"Taken." She is currently serving as co-music supervisor on the Quentin
Tarantino feature "Daltry Calhoun" for Miramax.