Georgia native Jeremy Stover came to Nashville to attend Belmont University to major in the same program that has graduated the likes of performers Brad Paisley, Trisha Yearwood and producers like Dann Huff and Frank Rodgers. In 2000, he landed his first publishing deal at Starstruck Entertainment and within a few years, Stover was starting to create a buzz with cuts by artists such as Martina McBride, Lonestar, Wynonna, and Clay Walker. Stover scored his first top 5 single with Emerson Drive's 'Fall Into Me' and landed his first #1 song with Jack Ingram's 'Wherever You Are' in which he also produced. Around this time, Stover was introduced to a young singer named Justin Moore who he then introduced to Scott Borchetta which in turn eventually landed him a record deal. Stover recently had his third #1 song with Justin Moore's 'Til My Last Day', preceded by Justin Moore's #1 'Small Town Usa'. In addition, Stover has also co-written numerous top 5 singles including Justin Moore's “Backwoods” and Stover also produced Justin Moore's #1 "If Heaven Weren't So Far Away.”
Over his career, Jeremy Stover has also collaborated with Taylor Swift, Miranda Lambert, Jake Owen, Hunter Hayes, Patty Griffin, Sheryl Crow, Scotty McCreery, and many more as well as being responsible for developing and launching the careers of not only Justin Moore, but also upcoming artists Drake White on Universal Records and JJ Lawhorn on Average Joe's entertainment. In 2009, Stover was nominated for an Academy of Country Music Award for Vocal event of the year for Jack Ingram and Patty Griffin's 'Seeing Stars'. Stover just received Gold certification on Moore's 1st and second albums.
In 2013, Stover founded Red Creative Group, a music publishing and management company that is home to Country Music Songwriters, producers and artists including Jeremy Stover, Brian D. Maher, Adam Hambrick, and JJ Lawhorn. The company's writers have partnerships with Sony ATV Music Publishing and Parallel Music Publishing. Red Creative Group is based in Nashville, Tennessee.