Ernie Rowell is a music industry veteran singer, songwriter, and musician having served as bass player and front man for country greats George Jones, Ray Price, and Mel Tillis. His songwriting credits include cuts by Kenny Rogers, George Jones, Mel Tillis, Johnny Paycheck, Roy Clark, Ricky Van Shelton, and Gene Watson. As a singer, his Christian Country recordings have topped the charts numerous times. Ernie brings his wealth of knowledge and experience to Funhouse Studios. Ernie is available for consultations, producing your projects, helping chart your songs, helping you find songs to record for your project, and anything else you might need to complete your recording.
Heather Norman is Ernie’s partner in Funhouse Studios. She is a Powell, TN native who attended the University of Tennessee, earning her BS and MS degrees before working for three years as an on-air host for Jewelry Television. Heather was head majorette and featured twirler for the University of Tennessee Pride of the Southland Marching Band and first runner-up in the 2000 Miss Tennessee Pageant. Along with her singer/songwriter sister Holly, she moved to Nashville in 2006 and worked for an independent record company for most of 2007 before she and Ernie purchased the Funhouse business. Heather has experience with radio promotions and public relations for artists.