Music Row turned out in full force
at BMI Nashville to help Broken Bow Records' artist Craig Morgan
and BMI Award-winning songwriter Mark Narmore celebrate their first #1 single, "That's What I Love About Sunday." The song, which Narmore co-wrote with Adam Dorsey, spent five weeks at the top of the charts and is the leadoff track on Morgan's second Broken Bow album, My Kind of Livin'
|BMI's David Preston, Adam Dorsey, Mark Narmore, Craig Morgan, Broken Bow Records' Benny Brown, Phil O'Donnell |
Others honored with #1 cups and plaques at the party were co-producer Phil O'Donnell, and publishers Cake Taker Music, March Family Music and Sony/ATV Tree. Narmore's other writing credits include the BMI Award-winning "Like There Ain't No Yesterday" (Blackhawk) and "Moon Over Georgia" (Shenandoah), which also earned BMI Million-Air certificates for marking one million broadcast performances.
|Philip White, Randy Boudreaux, Kim Williams |
|Karen & Jody Williams, Ed Williams, Kix Brooks |
|Broken Bow Records' Benny Brown, Craig Morgan, Phil O'Donnell, Mark Narmore, Jody Williams, BMI's David Preston, Sony/ATV Tree's Walter Campbell, March Family Music's Kevin Pearce |
|Adam Dorsey, Mark Narmore, Sony/ATV Tree's Walter Campbell, Jody Williams |
|Mark Narmore, BMI's David Preston, Craig Morgan |
|Karen & Craig Morgan |
Photos by Ed Rode