Aaron Benward and Scott Reeves both had impressive professional resumés before they brought their voices together to form the duo Blue County. Benward grew up in Auburn, IN, the son of gospel singer Jeoffrey Benward. After a brief stint in college, he joined his father on tour, and the father/son duo recorded three successful CCM albums under the group name Aaron & Jeoffrey. Reeves was born in Delight, AR, but raised in Los Angeles. He started singing as a youngster with his uncle, and was encouraged as well by close family friend Glen Campbell. Following high school, Reeves pursued acting for a time, picking up roles in commercials and television shows, including a part on the long-running soap The Young and the Restless. Benward and Reeves met on a video shoot in the late '90s in Nashville and became good friends, eventually deciding to sing together, where their natural flair for harmony was immediately evident. Signed to Curb Records as Blue County, the pair released their first single, "Good Little Girls," which was a country hit straight out of the box. An album, simply titled Blue County, followed on Curb in 2004. ~ Steve Leggett, Rovi