A country-pop-folk trio with root base in Arkansas, Edens Advantage are made up of Hannah Blaylock (business lead vocals), Dean Berner (tranquility vocals, electric guitar, Dobro), and Cherrill Green (tranquility vocals, mandolin, banjo, electric guitar). Blaylock was raised performing in choirs, and by her teenagers she had been in an operating music group with her family members and regional songwriter Steve Smith. Smith brought guitarist Berner — he previously actually trained Berner his initial chords in the device — in to the group. Berner and Green acquired played together several times while both had been in college, so when a mandolin starting emerged up in the music group, Berner brought Green aboard. Today a trio, and with the name Edens Advantage, they begun to attract interest with their shiny vocal audio. When experienced songwriter Kye Fleming (“I Was Nation When Nation Wasn’t Great,” “Smoky Hill Rain”) discovered these were based only 40 miles later on from where she was raised in Fort Smith, Arkansas, she urged them to go to Nashville and use her on honing their sound. Edens Advantage officially produced the proceed to Nashville in 2007, mentored with Fleming, and after executing a medley of Fleming’s music when she was inducted in to the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Popularity (with Taylor Swift, Toby Keith, and various other sector heavyweights in attendance), the group was provided a offer by Big Machine Information. Working with manufacturer Mark Shiny, they began documenting a debut record for the label. A business lead one, “Amen,” which paints a family portrait of like in a little town, was released in 2011.