Euphony Records is an independently owned Nashville based record label.
Born out of a desire to create an outlet for their circle of musician friends to work together to record and promote their music, the label is made up of some of Nashville's most talented musicians and vocalists. Deanie Richardson and Brandon Bostic are no strangers to the business.
Having grown up near Nashville in a house full of musicians, Deanie entered the music world at the tender age of nine, began touring at fifteen and at the height of her career, toured as fiddler with Patty Loveless, Vince Gill, and Holly Dunn. In 2010, Deanie was nominated for the Academy of Country Music’s Fiddler of the year. As a seasoned artist she has also worked with Irish band The Chieftains, and Rock-n-roll's Bob Seger on his ‘Ride Out Tour’ in 2015. Fast forward to 2018 she and her bandmates from Sister Sadie were nominated for their first grammy for album of the year. Deanie is also currently a member of Nashville’s The Likely Culprits; a ‘supergroup’ comprised of some of the Music City’s best session musicians.
Brandon is an award-winning musician and producer working with Bluegrass, Americana, and Country artists at the forefront of their genre. Grammy winner Valerie Smith gave him his start playing guitar and singing harmony vocals with her band, Liberty Pike. Soon after, he connected with critically-acclaimed bluegrass band, Blue Moon Rising, and went on to co-produce two of their chart-topping albums. In 2015, Bostic made his Grand Ole Opry debut with Country music legend, Patty Loveless. Brandon is also lead guitarist and a lead vocalist of The Likely Culprits. In 2018, The International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) awarded Brandon and his friends in the Becky Buller Band ‘Gospel Recorded Performance of the Year’ for “Speakin’ to that Mountain” from Becky’s album, Crepe Paper Heart.
Together, Deanie and Brandon meshed their talents and decided that Euphony Records could offer a fresh spin on record producing and a platform that specifically had the artist, their needs, and budgets as its focus without sacrificing quality and the musician's vision for their project. We want to offer a more artist- tailored, in-house experience for our artists while keeping the recording and promotional process fluid and transparent.