Shane Stevens is a Grammy and ACM nominated singer/songwriter who has written for a variety of country and pop acts, including Walker Hayes, Carrie Underwood, Lady A, Sara Evans, Kellie Pickler, Ronnie Milsap, Jo Dee Messina, Jordin Sparks, Fifth Harmony, Little Mix, Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande and Meghan Trainor.
Born in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, he grew up in a house filled with country, pop, R&B, Christian, and beach music.
In 1996, he moved to Nashville with his best friend and co-writer Karyn Rochelle to fulfill his dream of becoming a professional songwriter.
He achieved his first Billboard #1 on the Hot Country Songs chart in 2010 with “American Honey,” performed by Lady A and co-written with Hillary Lindsey and Cary Barlowe.
After achieving much success in writing country music, Shane wanted to broaden his songwriting horizon and moved to Los Angeles in 2014 to pursue a new direction as a writer, vocal producer, and artist developer in the pop and R&B world.
While in Los Angeles, Shane has contributed songs to several pop artists, such as “Super Bad”, “Goodie Bag” by Jesse McCartney, “Everlasting Love” by Fifth Harmony, “Paper Doll” by Bea Miller, “Paradise” by Little Boots, “Step On Up” by Ariana Grande, “Love Me or Leave Me” by Little Mix, “Woman Up” by Meghan Trainor, “Nobody” by Selena Gomez, and “I’ll Chase The Sky”, “No Better Feelin’” and “Neighsayer” on the 2017 My Little Pony soundtrack.
Shane’s most recent accolades include selling a Country music musical movie to Paramount Pictures in 2019. Shane was responsible for writing all original compositions associated with the musical alongside childhood friend Karyn Rochelle. He is also accredited for co-writing the biggest song of 2021 titled “Fancy Like” by Walker Hayes.
Currently, Shane spends the majority of his time where it all started, Nashville, TN. Shane’s primary focus is writing for both country and pop music while developing talent in both genres.