The Van Lears are brothers Andrew and Trey Bentley who are from the mountains of North West Georgia. Currently working with platinum producer Ted Hewitt (Rodney Atkins) recording their debut album. The brothers write with well known writers, such as Steve Bogard, writer of George Strait’s “Carried Away”; Bob Regan, writer of “Your Everything” for Keith Urban; and Josh Osborne, writer of "Merry Go Round" for Kacey Musgraves and “Come Over” for Kenny Chesney. Trey and Andrew got the name "The Van Lears" after hearing Loretta Lynn's album "Van Lear Rose" produced by Rocker Jack White. Like the album, combining Rock and Country, Andrew and Trey naturally developed their love of Rock and Country to form a sound that could only be defined by calling themselves "The Van Lears."