Born in Powhatan, Virginia, Reeve Stimpson was raised on the perfect mix of Country and Classic rock, stemming from the records and tapes from his grandparents record store. He learned the craft of songwriting by playing covers in bars of the icons in each genre such as Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, The Eagles, Alan Jackson, & Tim Mcgraw. Reeve has a Songwriting Degree from Belmont University, the same place where Brad Paisley, Florida-Georgia Line, & Josh Turner all honed their skills as well. In 2019 he was the recipient of the BMI Nashville Songwriting Scholarship for his song "Words You Say" about being a songwriter in Nashville and paying your dues. Since then he has been writing and recording while opening up for national touring acts. In each of his songs, there's a story and in every story there's a strong mix of soul, energy, and authenticity.