The Henningsen's just notched their first year in the Nashville country music writing arena by scoring big. This farm family from Illinois, including Brian (dad), Aaron (eldest son) and Clara (daughter) have achieved something that many new writers only dream of. They have already had eight of their songs recorded by major artists. Their cuts include the new super group The Band Perry's new radio single "You Lie" which is currently climbing the charts, soon to be radio single "Alone" recorded by Sara Evans, the title cut of country legend Highway 101's just released christmas album "Six Gold Coins" and "Love Out Loud" recorded by Wynona Judd as a tribute to her mother Naomi, soon appearing on The Judd's Oprah Network television series. The Henningsen's out of the box writing style first caught the attention of famed Nashville record producer Paul Worley (Lady Antebellum, Martina McBride, Dixie Chicks) and led to a writing deal with EMI/Skyline/Cactus Moser Music. Splitting their time between the Henningsen family farm in Illinois and their home away from home South of Nashville keeps them busy beyond anything they would have imagined just a couple short years ago. Their own artistry is taking off in 2011, showcasing Clara's powerful vocal abilities coupled with Brian and Aaron's tight family harmony. Their unusual lyrical formulations keep audiences on their toes and spell bound. Look for them to do something big in 2011 and beyond. They are just getting started!