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From MusicWorld, posted 5.14.08 After graduating from Eastern Kentucky University in 1991, Lee Thomas Miller knew exactly where he wanted to go next. “I told people that if I starved to death, it would be on the streets of Nashville,” he recalls. Luckily, it didn’t come to that. Miller instead became a top-rank songwriter… Read more...


Dalley, Miller Visit BMI Nashville

From News, posted 1.25.05 Curb Records artist/songwriter Amy Dalley and BMI Award-winning writer Lee Thomas Miller stopped by BMI Nashville for a visit to talk about upcoming projects. Miller is currently producing tracks for Dalley; the pair also co-wrote Dalley's single "Men Don't Change." Dalley is preparing to embark on a west-coast tour, and… Read more...


Lee Thomas Miller Celebrates Two Million-Air Titles

From News, posted 8.02.04 Lee Thomas Miller recently added two more songwriting honors to his catalog during a lunch hosted by BMI Nashville. He and publisher Mosaic Music saw their #1 hits "The Impossible" (Joe Nichols) and "I Just Wanna Be Mad" (Terri Clark) each certified as a BMI Million-Air, signifying one million broadcast… Read more...


BMI is Overcome by ‘The Impossible’

From News, posted 11.21.02 A crowd gathered at BMI Nashville to commemorate the #1 triumph of Joe Nichols' first single "The Impossible." Featured on Nichols' debut Universal South album Man With A Memory, the chart-topper was written by Lee Thomas Miller and Kelley Lovelace, produced by Brent Rowan and published by Mosaic Music. "The… Read more...