For multiple CMA, ACM, and Grammy Award-winning producer, Keith Stegall, music has always been a huge part of his life. His father, Bob Stegall, was an artist on Abbott Records in the 1950’s and played steel guitar for the legendary country singer Johnny Horton. After a chance meeting with another famous Texan, Kris Kristofferson, Keith to move to Music City in 1978.
Three months after his arrival, Keith co-wrote his first hit, Dr. Hooks’ 1980 smash Sexy Eyes. Soon after, Helen Reddy, The Commodores, Johnny Mathis, and many others rushed to record Keith’s songs. He would go on to work with the likes of Randy Travis (On The Other Hand, Reasons I Cheat), Alan Jackson (Don’t Rock The Jukebox, Dallas), George Jones (Gold album “Cold Hard Truth,” including Grammy Award-winning song Choices), Zac Brown Band (Country Album of the Year Grammy Award for “Uncaged”), and many, many others, garnering dozens of #1 hits and millions of records sold.
Stegall also released his own critically-acclaimed album Passages  while he was the head of Mercury Nashville’s A&R department. In 2015, Keith launched Dreamlined Entertainment, a company specializing in artist development and record label services.