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With cuts by Kristi Warner, Amanda Cook, Lauren Mascitti and Maddie Deneault during the past year, Jerry Glidewell continues to work on projects for the country and pop markets. During the past 3 years, he’s had songs performed by various artists, including: Amy Assister (Speed Network), Crawford & James (Seattle duo) and emerging country band Backroad Anthem. Glidewell co-wrote “Home Run” which was recorded by MacKenzie Morgan for the Chicago White Sox. His song “Be Still” was recorded by the Christian group CO3 and aired on the Oxygen Network.
Glidewell is a former keyboard player for Carrie Underwood, who performed a couple of his songs during her pre-idol days with the band 71 South. He has song agreements with publishers in Nashville, New York and LA. As a jingle writer, Glidewell has written for banks, car dealerships, the United Way, Old Fort Days Rodeo, etc. His goal is to write a "standard" that will live on for many generations to come. He is a member of BMI, NSAI, and SongU. Growing up in Southern California, Glidewell was surrounded by many musical influences. Living in Las Vegas during his teen years expanded his appreciation of the entertainment industry. Moving to Arkansas during high school opened his ears to the country and gospel market. Glidewell played baseball at the University of Arkansas Fort Smith and graduated from the University of the Ozarks. Cynthia Glidewell, Jerry's wife, is an author and consultant.