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Jonathan Singleton & the Grove
Genres Country
Years active 2008-present
Labels Universal South
Associated acts Gary Allan, Billy Currington, Dann Huff
Members
Jonathan Singleton
Andy Dixon
Justin Dudley
Dustin Nunley
William Coats
Josh Smith

Jonathan Singleton & the Grove is a country music band composed of Jonathan Singleton (lead vocals, lead guitar), along with William Coats (drums, background vocals), Andy Dixon (bass guitar, background vocals), Justin Dudley (keyboards), Dustin Nunley (rhythm guitar, background vocals) and Josh Smith (rhythm guitar, background vocals). Prior to forming the band, lead singer Jonathan Singleton co-wrote the singles "Watching Airplanes" for Gary Allan and "Don't" for Billy Currington, both of which peaked at #2 on the Hot Country Songs chart, in 2008 and 2009 respectively. He also co-wrote David Nail's "Red Light" and Josh Turner's "Why Don't We Just Dance", both of which were released as singles in 2009.

Singleton founded his band in 2009. They signed to Universal South Records in March 2009 and released their debut single "Livin' in Paradise" that month.[1] It debuted at #60 on the country charts for the week of April 4, 2009, and peaked at #48. A second single, "Look Who's Back in Love" debuted at #56 on the country charts for the week of December 26, 2009.

Singles

Year Single Chart positions Album
US Country
2009 "Livin' in Paradise" 48 TBD
"Look Who's Back in Love"A 52
  • ACurrent single.

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