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Thompson Square signs with Stoney Creek

Thursday, January 21, 2010 – Stoney Creek Records signed singing/songwriting duo Thompson Square to a record and publishing deal on Stoney Creek Records and Magic Mustang Music.

"We are extremely excited about the creative potential of Thompson Square," said Benny Brown, head of Stoney Creek and part of the Broken Bow Records family. "Shawna and Keifer have an amazing organic chemistry, both on stage and off. We couldn't be more excited about their music."

Husband and wife Keifer and Shawna Thompson- are currently putting the finishing touches on their spring 2010 debut single release of Let's Fight, while continuing to write songs for their upcoming debut album.

Shawn Thompson was born in Laurel, Miss. and raised in the small south Alabama town of Chatom. She grew up under the influence of Reba McEntire, Shelby Lynne, Etta James, Patty Loveless and Alabama.

Keifer Thompson Keifer comes from the northeastern Oklahoma town of Miami. "I was raised on Roger Miller and Elvis. I remember listening to daddy's vinyl records and learning to play guitar while entertaining the family in my cut off jeans and cowboy boots," he said on the group's Myspace page.

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