Meet The Team
Founder & Songwriter
Kim began her career in Texas singing alongside LeAnn Rimes, Jessica Simpson and Steve Holy. Mike Borchetta believed in her talent and brought her to Nashville where she signed her first major record deal in 2000. Unfortunately, the company shut down and Kim returned to Texas where she founded a successful packaging company, but she didn't feel complete without music. Following her heart, she sold her business in 2012 and pursued a career in real estate, which allowed her to frequently travel to Nashville to form relationships and do what she loved - write music. This ultimately led to the creation of Lady Luck Songs in 2015. She’s always Studied songs, so publishing was the next step. Kim’s love for music is infectious – spreading to each and every person she creates with. We can’t wait to see where she takes the Lady Luck Songs team in the future.
2 Jake Worthington cuts
(“Single At The Same Time,” and “Heaven Can’t Be Found”)
50+ independent cuts
Netflix Films, and more.
Josh London was born and raised in the farming community of Hiseville, Kentucky. Population 249. He left his hometown after high school and attended the University of Kentucky where he earned a degree in Plant & Soil Science and also acquired his Arborist certification. While in school he paid his rent and bills by playing college bars every weekend.
Six months after graduation, he moved to Nashville to start a business in the landscape industry. At nights he attended singer/songwriter rounds and gained many friends within the music business. In 2016, Josh signed his first publishing deal with Major Bob Music. He is a versatile writer specializing in both lyric and melody and can topline or start with fresh ideas.
Josh is a co-writer of ‘Like You Do’ featured on Jimmie Allen’s debut album, as well as the 3 week number one song ‘Best Shot’. His other cuts include ’That’s How I Grew Up’ recorded by Joe Nichols and ‘Tipping Point’ recorded by Drake Milligan. Other songs have been recorded by Ryan Griffin, Jordan Rager, Brandon Ray, former The Voice contestants Austin Jenckes and John Holiday, Baker Grissom, Sam Riggs, and a Texas #1 recorded by Kyle Park.
Artist, Songwriter & Producer
Elliott Blaufuss is a Nashville based soul/pop artist, writer, and producer. He is influenced by list form and stream of consciousness writing from the likes of Bob Dylan and Jack Kerouac. While serving as a sideman and musical director for Gavin DeGraw, Eric Hutchinson and Philip Philips, Blaufuss leaned into his passion for music. This passion can be found in the roots of influences such as Earth, Wind & Fire, The Allman Brothers, James Taylor, Ray Charles, and other music left of center like a Barnum & Bailey’s Circus records Blaufuss used to play all the time as a kid. Blaufuss embodies the melting pot of melodious styles and genres that Music City lies and breathes.