ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Kentucky born and bred, Jeremy Spillman moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue his dream of success as a songwriter at 24. It would be five years before he landed his first cut by a major label artist and signed a publishing deal. Since then, Jeremy has had songs recorded by Eric Church, Tim McGraw, Keith Urban, LANCO, Trace Adkins, Brandy Clark, Midland, Little Big Town, Reba McEntire, Brantley Gilbert, Jon Pardi, Luke Bryan, and many more.
Spillman lives with his wife and four sons south of Nashville, TN. He considers his role as a father the most important in his life. When he’s not writing novels and songs or recording music, Spillman is supporting his sons at football and basketball games and spending time with them at home.
Spillman released his first novel, The DeVine Devils, in September with an accompanying soundtrack. The music was written by Spillman with Nashville artist and songwriter Randy Montana, Hall of Fame songwriter Dean Dillon, and Clint Ingersoll, and recorded and produced by Spillman at his home studio.
For a complete list of recorded songs written by Jeremy Spillman, click here.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
The DeVine Devils is an exceptionally well-written and fantastically entertaining novel.
Nonstop action, with two murderous heroes that Western fans will love.
Like his songs, his debut book illustrates the perfect landscape across the imagination....a fresh new story, yet reads like an American classic we’ve all grown up with.
ACADEMY AWARD WINNER
It is funny, unpredictable, musical, mysterious and yes! there are strong female characters! Badass even! You will not have read another Western like it! Enjoy!
The intertwining of music gives heart to this desperate outlaw story, making cold-blooded murderers almost love-able.
A "striking literary Western [with] captivating visual imagery and haunting dialogue...The novel provides an entirely immersive reading experience.
EMMY AWARD WINNER
I never quite knew where it was going, which was so appealing to me as a reader. I was blown away. I seriously loved it.
An intoxicating journey with two brothers who must learn to navigate love, lust, vengeance, violence, and even religion all with the only companion they know to trust . . . music.