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It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere

Posted in News on October 28, 2003

BMI helped songwriter Don Rollins celebrate the success of his first #1 hit, " It's Five O'Clock Somewhere," with a rooftop party and hurricanes a-plenty at BMI Nashville. Other honored revelers included co-writer Jim Brown, publishers Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. and R. Joseph Publishing, and producer Keith Stegall. The CMA Award-nominated song was recorded by Arista artist Alan Jackson with Jimmy Buffett and is featured on Jackson's album Greatest Hits Volume II.


It's Five O'Clock Somewhere: BMI's Bradley Collins, Warner-Tamerlane's Kos Weaver, Keith Stegall, Don Rollins, R. Joseph Publishing's Richard Orga, RCA's Joe Galante, Jim Brown


Don Rollins, Tim Wipperman


Tim DuBois, R. Joseph Publishing's Richard Orga, BMI's Perry Howard, Anthony Smith


Warner/Chappell's Cris Lacy, Don Rollins, Steve Bogard


Don Rollins, BMI's Bradley Collins, Jim Brown

photos by Kay Williams