Brett Jones is a country music singer/songwriter originally from Warm Springs,Ga.
His first professional staff writing position was with country star Ronnie Milsap in 1991. In 1993, he had his first top twenty single,and in 1996, his first #1 country single. Since his career began, he has notched seven #1 country singles, two #2 singles, 14 top tens, and over 150 major label recordings. Some of his notable recordings include: "You Gotta Love That" by Neal McCoy, "Cover You In Kisses" by John Michael Montgomery, "'A Little Past Little Rock" by Lee Ann Womack, "Better Man, Better Off" by Tracy Lawrence, "You Won't Ever Be Lonely" by Andy Griggs, "What Do You Think About That" by Montgomery Gentry, " Don’t Ask Me How I Know" by Bobby Pinson, "Good Little Girls" by Blue County. "That’s How Country Boys Roll" by Billy Currington, " Crazy Town" by Jason Aldean and "If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away" by Justin Moore.
As a performer, Brett has been on play bills with: Little Texas, Tracy Byrd, Ricochet, Michael Martin Murphy, Joanna Smith, the Gatlin Brothers,Eddie Raven, Gary Morris, Michael McDonald, Big and Rich, Daryl Worley, Billy Currington, Phil Vassar, Shawn Camp, Rob Crosby, Andy Griggs, Randy Houser, Jason Jones, Jamie Johnson, Daryle Singletary, Bobby Pinson, Rhet Akins, Blue County, Mark Chesnut, Billy Ray Reynolds, Hank Cochran, and Kenny Chesney among others.
Brett has also been a successful publisher since 1997, and has had a hand in the careers of Tony Lane, Joanna Smith, Jason Jones, and Dallas Davidson. Some of his notable copyrights are: "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk" by Trace Atkins, "Put A Girl In It" by Brooks & Dunn and "Start A Band" by Brad Paisley.