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BMI Celebrates Thomas Rhett’s No. 1s “Craving You” and “Unforgettable”

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From News, posted 2.16.18 ACM Male Vocalist of the Year Thomas Rhett commemorated his eighth and ninth career No. 1 hits yesterday as he gathered with friends and family to celebrate his latest chart-toppers. The party, hosted by BMI and ASCAP, was held at Von Elrod’s in Nashville and honored the platinum-selling “Craving You”… Read more...


BMI Congratulates its 2017 NaSHOF Inductees and NSAI Award Winners

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From News, posted 10.25.17 October 23 was a big night for BMI writers at the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame Inductions and NSAI Awards ceremony. Legendary BMI songwriters Jim McBride, Tim Nichols and Dwayne Blackwell were inducted into the prestigious NaSHOF, while country superstar Luke Bryan won NSAI’s Artist/Songwriter of the Year. In addition… Read more...


Catching Up With Country Superstar Cole Swindell

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From MusicWorld, posted 10.18.17 Cole Swindell started writing songs when he was a student at Georgia Southern University. After meeting former student and fellow Sigma Chi Luke Bryan — who was playing a show on campus at the time — the two stayed in touch. When Swindell moved to Nashville, he hit the road… Read more...


BMI Celebrates Cole Swindell and the Writers of ‘Middle of a Memory’

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From News, posted 3.01.17 Warner Music Nashville’s office was packed Tuesday, February 28, with fans, friends and the industry notables celebrating “Middle of a Memory,” which hit number one on the country charts. Written by Zach Crowell and Ashley Gorley with BMI artist Cole Swindell, it is the second single from Swindell’s second studio… Read more...


Jason Aldean and BMI Celebrate the Songwriters of His 3 #1 Hits

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From News, posted 8.12.15 Nashville’s City Winery venue was filled with music industry executives, family and friends of the songwriters responsible for BMI affiliate Jason Aldean’s incredible run of consecutive #1 hits. BMI songwriters Rodney Clawson, Tyler Hubbard and Brain Kelly, along with Chris Tompkins, penned the smash “Burnin’ It Down,” white chart toppers… Read more...


BMI Celebrates Ross Copperman’s #1 Hit “Don’t It”

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From News, posted 8.10.15 BMI songwriter Ross Copperman was honored for his work on Billy Currington’s #1 hit “Don’t It” August 3 at the Country Music Association’s Nashville headquarters. Co-written with Ashley Gorely and Jaren Johnston, the song marks Copperman’s fourth number one hit. Copperman has an impressive number of cuts to his name,… Read more...


‘Yeah,’ BMI Celebrates Another # 1 With Joe Nichols

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From News, posted 10.01.14 BMI helped celebrate Joe Nichols’ #1 single “Yeah” at Nashville’s Country Music Association on September 16, 2014. Written by BMI songwriter Bryan Simpson with Ashley Gorley, “Yeah” spent three weeks in the top spot. It is Joe Nichols’ fifth number one and follows “Summer and 75,” also a chart-topper off… Read more...


BMI Stages Combustion Music Hope Town Music Festival 

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From News, posted 10.24.13 Broadcast Music, Inc. is once again on the festival fast track by announcing the first ever Combustion Music Hope Town Music Festival presented by Hope Town Harbour Lodge and BMI. Set in the idyllic district of Hope Town on the Abaco Islands in the Bahamas, the Combustion Music Hope Town… Read more...


10 Questions With Chris Young

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From MusicWorld, posted 9.23.13 TV talent competitions are sometimes viewed as career shortcuts. Not so in the case of RCA recording artist Chris Young: By the time the Murfreesboro, Tennessee, native had been crowned the winner of Nashville Star at age 20, the classically trained singer had already self-released one country album, was a… Read more...


Lee Thomas Miller Celebrates ‘You’re Gonna Miss This’ with BMI

From News, posted 6.26.08 Friends, colleagues and family of BMI songwriter Lee Thomas Miller gathered in the BMI lobby on Music Row Wednesday, June 18 to toast the respected Nashville hit-maker and the success of his latest chart-topper, “You’re Gonna Miss This.” Recorded by Trace Adkins and co-written by Ashley Gorley, the tune’s proverbial… Read more...


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