About Janice Simpson
Janice Simpson and her husband, Bob, have made a good life for themselves out of their ingenuity and leadership savvy. They have struck billion-dollar deals and turned numerous failing companies around, including Major League Baseball’s Texas Rangers, whom they purchased out of bankruptcy months before the organization advanced to its first World Series.
The Simpsons founded RayLynn Records in 2011 well aware that starting a label in the digital age of the music industry might not exactly be the quickest route to generating more income. But profit making was never the point to this endeavor.
RayLynn (the name derives from a combination of Bob and Janice’s middle names, respectively) came to fruition soon after the Simpsons struck a relationship with Kyle Sherman. At the time, Sherman was serving as worship leader at Lifechurch.TV, Bob and Janice’s home church in Fort Worth—a church plant of nationally acclaimed speaker/author Craig Groeschel’s Tulsa-based LifeChurch.TV. So impressed by Kyle’s musical talent and raw passion, Bob approached him about recording an album and teamed him up with legendary country singer-songwriter, producer and friend Mark Collie.