Million-Airs Amass For Bobby Tomberlin

Posted in News on June 10, 2003
BMI writer Bobby Tomberlin recently received Million-Air certificates for two million broadcast performances of "One More Day" (Diamond Rio) and one million broadcast performances of "A Good Day To Run" (Darryl Worley). Co-written with Steven Jones, "One More Day" won a BMI Country Award and was nominated for CMA's Song of the Year (2001). It received nominations for Single and Song of the Year at the ACM Awards, and a Best Country Song nomination at the Grammys (2002). The BMI Award-winning "A Good Day To Run" was co-written by Tomberlin and Worley. Based on an average length of three minutes, one million airplays is equivalent to 50,000 hours or 5.7 years of continuous airplay.

Pictured are BMI's Mark Mason, Bobby Tomberlin, Curb Music's Drew Alexander and Jeff Tweel and BMI's Thomas Cain. photo: Brian Tipton
SOURCENews TAGS Country Artists Bobby Tomberlin


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