Treehouse Music Group

Hunter Davis & Chris Faulk have shared their treehouse studio with countless artists, songwriters, musicians, vocalists, producers and engineers.  Together they have created music and friendships that span decades.

Hunter Davis

Hunter is a Grammy nominated songwriter with songs recorded by Kim Carnes, Reba McEntire, Willie Nelson, Ty Herndon, Michael Peterson, Jaci Velasquez, Daphne Willis, Jen Foster and the #4 Billboard chart debuting Clay Aiken single “On My Way Here”.  Hunter has had multiple songs in films and television, and recorded two albums as an artist on the Redwoods Records label.

As a music supervisor, she worked with Jeff Lipsky on Twelve Thirty and on his 2009 Sundance Film Festival feature Once More With Feeling starring Chazz Paminteri and Drea de Matteo.  She also served as music supervisor on I Really Hate My Job (starring Neve Campbell, Danny Huston & Shirley Henderson), Prisoner (starring Julian McMahon, Dagmara Dominczyk & Kim Raver) and Loggerheads on which she also wrote a song with Kim Carnes for the soundtrack which includes Patty Griffin and Robbie Fulks.  

Before Treehouse Music Group, she worked as a staff writer for Famous Music/Paramount and Deston Songs.

Chris Faulk

Chris is a Grammy nominated songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.  Her songs have been recorded in almost every genre, including pop, rock, country, R&B, Latin and the #1 contemporary Christian single “In Green Pastures” recorded by Jaci Velasquez.  With Ryan Tedder (of OneRepublic) and Hunter Davis, she co-wrote “On My Way Here”, the title track to Clay Aiken’s latest release which entered Billboard’s pop album chart at #4 and reached #1 on the Top Internet Albums chart.  

With over 20 years in the music industry, Chris’ experience includes being an A&R representative for MCA Records, a staff songwriter for Collins Music and  Jax & Broder Music, a session musician, audio engineer, disc jockey and music instructor.

She recorded, edited, composed music for and mixed “Gospels Come To Life” (and 8 cd box set performed by Jaci Velasquez in Spanish), the “Save America’s Wetlands” campaign for the state of Louisiana, cue score for the feature film Prisoner, and had three cuts as the artist “Sally Sally” in the movie I Really Hate My Job.  Chris’ re-record of the Carpenters’ classic song “Sing” - on which she played all instruments - appears in the movie Once More With Feeling and made it’s debut at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.  “Forever On My Mind”, a song she co-wrote with Richard Addrisi (“Never My Love”) is in the musical South Street which premiered at the Pasadena Playhouse.

 “Winter Music” - a solo piano record written and produced by Chris & Hunter in the vein of George Winston’s December - has been featured in promo for Ruta Sepetys’ novel Out Of The Easy and is available on music platforms everywhere.  

A native of southwest Louisiana, Chris graduated with honors from Belmont University as a William G. Hall scholar.

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