Guy Dupree started his journey down the music road at
an early age. His father’s love for music had a lot of influence on him to learn to play.
Guy’s father gave him a guitar that he bought in a pawn shop when he was ten years old and a few months later,
he was ready to take to the stage and win his first contest at school.
After many years of jamming and small gigs with mostly his father and brother Steve, Guy became more interested In
writing and fascinated with lyrics. Guy said “it has always been amazing to me that someone could take a pen and write
some words on a piece paper that one day most of the people in the nation would sing along to."
Guy began to read about songwriting and attending seminars and writing in his spare time when he met a successful
writer while sitting in and singing in a local club near his home.
Brown was in the audience and he had just had a song recorded by Keith Whitley. Louis invited Guy to the local critique sessions
of the Atlanta Songwriter Association and a chance to write with him. It was a turning point in his life and he made a decision
to pursue songwriting more than ever before.
He became a member
of the Nashville Songwriter Association, BMI and The Atlanta Songwriter Association where he was vice president for a short