Michael Knox & Shalacy Griffin
As the son of rock n' roll legend Buddy Knox (“Party Doll” fame 1957,) Michael Knox grew up around great songwriters and artists, while listening to and learning from some of the greatest disc jockeys and personalities on radio, including Casey Kasem, Howard Stern and Wolfman Jack. Eventually, Michael became one of Nashville's top music producers (most noted for his production work with country superstar Jason Aldean,) with an amazing ability to discover and develop great artists and songwriters. To date, Michael Knox has produced a staggering 23 number-one hit singles; helping fuel country music's explosive growth over the last decade. His hard work and dedication to the country music format and it's listeners, has helped shape it's sound and helped sell over 40-Million singles and 20-Million albums.
Born and raised in Louisiana, Shalacy Griffin grew up immersed in
country music and country radio. She quickly became a favorite local
singer, fueling her desire to pursue a music career; eventually leaving
her job as a paralegal and relocating to Nashville. Not long after arriving,
she began working with music producer Michael Knox – managing his
production schedule, singing demos and providing background vocals in
the studio for artist projects including Jason Aldean, Trace Adkins, Big
Smo, Michael Tyler, Brother Trouble, and Montgomery Gentry.