About Pierce Avenue
One could say Pierce Avenue is in perfect harmony. Made up of husband and wife Tony and Jaime Pierce, the duo has paired their love for each other with their affinity for music, meshing their solo chops to create a soulful, southern-fringed sound unique to most up-and-coming Nashville hopefuls. Embracing their authentic country roots with twang and sass, the high-octane duo delivers high-energy performances laced with flawless harmonies that leave no doubt in the listener the two have become one.
In the early years, Tony and Jaime pursued solo careers until they met after performing at Cowboys Dancehall in Arlington, TX. Soon after, they began dating, fell in love and discovered that together their creativity and musical talent thrived. The couple made the move to Nashville in 2010 and Tony's seasoned guitar skills landed him a gig with Broken Bow Recording artist, Dustin Lynch. Meanwhile, Jaime continued her solo career under the stage name Jayme Lynn Scott, garnering Top 30 success on Music Row's "Country Breakout Chart" with her song "Diggin In." The song also held the No. 1 spot for ten straight weeks on New Music Weekly's Country Chart.
Tony and Jaime joined forces professionally in January 2013. In October 2013, they released their first single as a duo to iTunes, "Take It to the House." They've spent most of this year writing for their debut EP to be released to iTunes in October 2014. "We're old souls," says Tony, "So we wanted to create something that sounded like music we love and grew up with. We just wanted to be real and be ourselves and this is what came out!"
Along with producer Jimmy Dulin(he produced "Take It to the House" & "Shut Up & Love Me") and engineer Todd Tidwell, Pierce Avenue produced and created a project they are truly proud of!
The EP, recorded at Starstruck Studios, features 5 tracks all co-written by Pierce Avenue along with writers James Breedwell, Marcum Stewart, Jason Sever, Rachel Thibodeau, Michael Elsner, and Helene Cronin.
"We're married, so our songs reflect real life situations," states Jaime. "It's not just a party for us, we go through good times and bad times, so it's okay to have a song like, 'Shut Up & Love Me' that talks about a couple having a fight, but wanting to work it out. What you see, is what you get with us! You feel our love and passion for our songs when we're on stage."
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