Songwriter Rob Crosby received a BMI Million-Air certificate recognizing two million broadcast performances of "She's More." The tune was released as a single from Andy Griggs' RCA debut You Won't Ever Be Lonely. After hitting #1 on the charts in 1999, "She's More" also earned Crosby a BMI Country Award in 2001. Based on an average length of three minutes, two million broadcast performances is the equivalent of 100,000 hours or 11.4 years of continuous airplay.
Pictured are BMI's David Preston and Rob Crosby.
photo: Brian Tipton