No one does it quite like Blue. Blue Foley is one of Nashville’s most beloved and respected writers. Most recently, in 2020, Blue was nominated for his 2nd Grammy for Ashley McBryde’s “Neverwill” Album, writing the title track “Neverill.” In 2019 Blue received two Grammy nominations for having two songs on Ashley McBryde’s ‘Country Album of The Year’ Grammy Nominated album “Girl Going Nowhere.” Each of those albums were also up for ACM & CMA Album of the year respectively in 2020 & 2019. In 2019, Blue was nominated for Australia’s ‘Golden Guitar Award for Best Traditional Country Album of 2019,” having the title track “Welcome To My Heart” by Angus Gill. Blue was nominated for song of the year with “God’s Will” by the Artist Kali Rose @ the 2015 Dove Awards. Blue’s first Single, “There She Goes” on the album “This is My Blood.” was a top 20 Hit in 2008 with the band “The Dirt Drifters” @ Warner Bros. Records. Blue has had the chance to see several artists perform his songs on the Grand Ole Opry and has had over 100 independent and major label cuts.
With a background as both a multi instrumentalist and songwriter, Jim began his music industry career leading one of the early millennium’s most influential post industrial rock bands, Opiate For The Masses. Armed with an in-depth understanding of what it takes to deliver both on the stage and in the recording studio, Jim took his early training by Nine Inch Nails “Downward Spiral” era member/Saw film franchise composer Charlie Clouser to the next level after being a part of Helmet’s production team all before the age of 21, by expanding outside the world of alternative rock and forging ahead into genres diverse as Alternative, Country, and Hip Hop.
These days Jim owns his own recording facility in Santa Monica, now enthusiastically also includes the role of Mixing to his many services offered to clients which currently include Finish Ticket (whom Jim is guiding soon to completion on their highly anticipated new album as both their Producer and Mixer).