Songwriter of “Give Heaven Some Hell,” "The Worst Country Song of All Time," "That Ain't Me No More," and "Drinkin' Beer, Talkin God".
Hunter Phelps was born and raised in Niceville, Florida, where he was introduced to songwriting at a young age by his father, who owned a small recording studio. Growing up, his passions included hunting or fishing the bayous and bays of the Florida panhandle, and spending his days teaching himself to play the guitar. After high school, Hunter attended the University of Florida in Gainesville, where he began writing songs. He joined a band, started playing tailgate parties and bars around town, and quickly developed a loyal following.
Hunter moved to Nashville in 2012, before ever having visited the town and without really knowing how to break into Music City’s circles. Armed with his guitar, he honed his craft in the honky-tonks of Lower Broadway and sharpened his songwriting skills in the writers’ rooms of Music Row.
2021 has turned into a special year for Hunter with seven radio cuts including “The Worst Country Song of All Time” (Brantley Gilbert feat. Hardy and Toby Keith) , “Cold Beer Calling My Name” (Jameson Rogers feat. Luke Combs), “That Ain’t Me No More” (Matt Stell), “Drinkin’ Beer. Talkin’ God. Amen.” (Chase Rice feat. Florida Georgia Line), “Give Heaven Some Hell” (HARDY), “Thinkin’ Bout You” (Dustin Lynch feat. Mackenzie Porter), and “Hot Beer” (Dillon Carmichael); plus more on the way, and no telling what else will follow in the years to come.