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Johnny Bulford won a National singing competition, The Colgate Country Showdown, moved to Nashville and signed a publishing deal at Warner Chappell. He co-wrote the #1 hit singles “A Woman Like You” by Lee Brice and “Lonely Eyes” by Chris Young, as well as several major label recording artist album cuts. Johnny has been awarded as a multi platinum selling songwriter, won NSAI's "Top 10 Songs I Wish I'd Written" and got an ACM Song Of The Year nomination.
The Canadian born singer has shared the stage with Kenny Chesney, Randy Travis, Jason Aldean, Reba McEntire and more. She wrote for a Country Music Hall of Famer’s publishing company, Harlan Howard Songs, for 8 years where she co-wrote “Working On That” recorded by NBC’s “The Voice” Winner, Sundance Head. Heidi has had 3 top 100 Radio singles as an artist and has been featured on Spotify's New Boots and Wild Country playlists and has had one #1 Radio Single, “Worth A Shot”, in the UK.
JOHNNY AND HEIDI
After getting married in early 2019, the newlyweds decided to leave their solo careers behind and become the singer-songwriter duo, Johnny and Heidi. For the last four years, they've been playing acoustic singer-songwriter shows all over the world, streaming live from their home studio in Florida as Partnered Music Streamers on Twitch, writing songs with and for Veterans through CreatiVets and writing custom songs for all occasions (weddings, anniversaries, someone you love, etc) through Your Write by J&H.
“Johnny and Heidi - "Good Hands" Johnny Bulford is perhaps best-known for co-writing such songs as "A Woman Like You" for Lee Brice and "Lonely Eyes" for Chris Young. It's his bride Heidi however that steals the spotlight on this incredibly written and delivered tribute song about the men in her life. It's poetic and her soft vocals give it an intimacy that only enhances the feelings that a daughter would share about a father. It's brilliant. ” - Ken Morton, Jr