Rhonda left Arista Nashville after a remarkable career of guiding talents to success in Music City. She married a new talent in town, Trace Adkins, and started a family. For the next 20 years, Rhonda put all of her efforts into Trace’s career. Rhonda Forlaw Adkins then founded Rhonda and Company in 2019. Rhonda sought out talent that she feels has that special “stardust” necessary to become superstars and uses her years of experience to provide these artists with the tools needed to propel their career to new heights.
Now that her children are growing up, she wanted to bring her talents to the forefront and create a company representing the talent that she spent several years finding. Rhonda is excited to introduce those creative souls that span across all forms of entertainment.
“Finding these amazing artists and giving my heart and talent to them has already been an awarding venture to my soul” says Forlaw Adkins. “That’s why we call it Rhonda and Company. It takes more than a village to create stars from stardust.”
Hidden beneath the quiet demeanor and Nordic beauty of Lia Knapp is a scorching, bluesy voice that will either take your breath away or knock you flat off your feet. Her fondness and flair for music developed early while growing up in Connecticut. Knapp’s dual nature reflects the careers and interests of a close-knit family.More Info
Joedi Silvers came by his classic country sound honestly. His father lived it, performing in Nashville and all over the world in the 70’s and 80’s. Joe Don Silvers was a hitmaker. He wrote for Barbara Mandrell, Charley Pride, Janie Fricke, Lois Johnson and Willie Nelson, to name a few. He also founded a studio on Music Row with his friend, Faron Young, “The Queen of Sound.” Joe Don toured for decades all over the world.