Jetset Getset is a teenage, country-pop group from southeastern Indiana, whose music appeals to fans of all ages. Music Connection Magazine describes their style as "sprightly country twang." CMA Close Up Magazine named them among "Who New to Watch in 2013." After having performed at fairs and festivals throughout the South and the Midwest, Jetset Getset was discovered in 2012 by record producer Jack Gale, when he saw them performing on "The Shotgun Red Variety Show" on Nashville's RFD-TV network. Gale reactivated his record label, Playback Records, to produce Jetset Getset's album "Saturday Night" with help from co-producer Jim Pierce. One of Jetset Getset's songs, "Stronger," is being used by PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center as part of a bullying prevention program.