Artists4Artists (A4A) began in 1998 when partners Robert Reynolds and Scotty Huff met. Having toured together with Robert's band, The Mavericks, they began a creative partnership that has yielded countless songs, over 30 film scores, and many custom production projects.

Some of their earliest efforts involved writing and producing tracks for the supergroup, SWAG, which at the time included members of the band Wilco (Ken Coomer), Cheap Trick (Tom Peterson), Six Pense None The Richer (Jerry Dale McFadden), and artist Doug Powell. While on tour in Europe, Robert and Scotty found time to write songs for the bands 1999 EP "Different Girl" and their 2000 full album release "Catchall".

It was at this same time when Robert and Scotty met Paul Gagne, of Weston Woods Studios (a division of Scholastic), at a Mavericks concert. Paul asked the guys if they'd be interested in scoring the music to an animated children's short film. Of course they agreed. "Miss Nelson Has A Field Day" became A4A's (then called White Fish Music) first film score, which has now led them to 30 films and many Carnegie Medals for their work.

Now, A4A is bravely paving new roads in the music industry. Their collective experience, their love of music, their infectious enthusiasm, and their cutting edge approach to the ever changing music industry sets Artists4Artists apart from any other entity in the business. It's an exciting time and A4A is winding their watches!

Robert Reynolds is a founding member of the Grammy Award winning country/rock group The Mavericks. He co-founded the group in 1989 with band mates Raul Malo and Paul Deakin. Over the next eleven years, The Mavericks released six albums, selling over four million copies worldwide. They have received many awards including: The Country Music Association (CMA), The Academy Of Country Music (ACM), and a Grammy Award, in 1996. Their appearances covered everything from television's The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and The Late Show with David Letterman, to arena tours with Tim McGraw and The Dave Matthews Band to headlining six sold out shows at The Royal Albert Hall in London. Robert's role as spokesperson for The Mavericks was established early on giving him unique opportunities to work independently from the group. This resulted in years of radio and television appearances, including guest hosting several BBC Radio shows, Awards presentations in Canada and the U.K., as well as an appearance on VH-1's The List.

Along with the success of The Mavericks, other efforts highlight Robert's composition and production talents. With partner Scotty Huff, he has composed and produced the soundtrack to over thirty animated short films, many of which have earned the prestigious Andrew Carnegie Medal. In 2001, Robert's collaborative side project, SWAG, with musicians from Wilco, Cheap Trick, and Six Pence None The Richer, released a CD project showcasing Robert's songwriting talents and earning great acclaim. He has produced many albums for such artists as Jon Roniger and Hollywood starlet and recording artist Jenna Von Oy. Most recently, Robert's experience, professionalism and enthusiasm was sought out by the industry leading and fast track internet powerhouse Digital Rodeo (www.digitalrodeo.com) as a music industry relations consultant, confirming once again that Robert is a highly respected music industry power player.

Scotty Huff's talents as a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and arranger launched him quickly into the music scene in Nashville after arriving there in 1997. The Mavericks were one of the first major label artists to recognize Scotty's range of abilities and hired him to lead their horn section, The Havana Horns, playing lead trumpet, singing, and arranging. It was with The Mavericks that Scotty got some of his first experience with "master" recording sessions. He was chief arranger, lead trumpet player, and harmony singer on several recording projects for the group. Although he appeared with The Mavericks on their arena tours, at The Royal Albert Hall, and on television shows like The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and The Late Show with David Letterman, he was no stranger to working with international music artists. Scotty had appeared many times with such artists as Natalie Cole and The Manhattan Transfer. This was also when Scotty began his creative partnership with Robert Reynolds. Together they have written dozens of songs, produced and recorded many styles of music, and composed and produced the scores to over thirty films.

When The Mavericks took and extended hiatus in 2001, Scotty was recruited by CMA Award winning recording artist, Keith Urban, to play guitar, banjo, and sing backing vocals. This added more major touring experience including record breaking tours with Brooks & Dunn, and Kenny Chesney. It was also during this time Scotty was more closely involved with the inner workings of record labels, radio, television, video production, and recording. As Keith's career blossomed, the music industry began to take serious stock in the abilities of Scotty Huff, not only for his talent as a trumpet player, guitar player, or singer, but for his loyalty, integrity, and attention to detail. Since working with Keith, Scotty has been trusted with helping to launch the careers of many new recording artists by assisting them on radio tours, forming and leading bands as music director for the likes of RCA recording artist, Jake Owen. You’ll also hear Scotty’s contributions in the recordings of The Mavericks, Keith Urban, K.T. Oslin, and Toby Keith.

Currently, Scotty is touring less to focus on his real love, producing. You can hear his work on projects by Brennin, Johnny Henry, and "America's Got Talent" sweetheart Kaitlin Maher. His music business experience has also been recently tapped by Digital Rodeo to help grow the company’s national profile.