Nashville songwriter and record maker Jason Deere regularly invites a revolving solid of music artists termed the Nashville Tribute Music group to aid him in trips and album tasks, many of that have a Christian and religious perspective. The music group was officially created by Deere and Dan Truman, the pianist for the united states group Gemstone Rio, to be always a somewhat secularized outreach touring and documenting collective for the Mormon trust. Deere started to write a routine of songs that could chronicle the annals from the Chapel of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Attracting an ever changing, ever growing and revolving ensemble of music artists and performers (Truman; Brad Hull, Matt Lopez, and Tim Gates of the united states group Due Western world; David Osmond; Katherine Nelson; Billy Dean; Ron Saltmarsh; Mindy Gledhill; and Dyer Highway included in this), Deere informed the story from the Mormon cathedral using a trio of albums related to the Nashville Tribute Music group, Joseph: A Nashville Tribute towards the Prophet (2005), Trek: A Nashville Tribute towards the Pioneers (2007), and THE TASK: A Nashville Tribute towards the Missionaries (2011), and released them by himself Deere Information imprint. Redeemer: A Nashville Tribute to Jesus Christ made an appearance from Shadow Hill Information in 2014, once again related to the Nashville Tribute Music group. In 2016, the group honored the very best known of most Christian vacations with a fresh record, Merry: A Nashville Tribute to Xmas. To celebrate the discharge, the Nashville Tribute Music group lay out on tour, concentrating on locations in Utah and Idaho.