Music Row Helps Narmore, Morgan Celebrate First #1

Posted in News on May 4, 2005
Music Row turned out in full force at BMI Nashville to help Broken Bow Records' artist Craig Morgan and BMI Award-winning songwriter Mark Narmore celebrate their first #1 single, "That's What I Love About Sunday." The song, which Narmore co-wrote with Adam Dorsey, spent five weeks at the top of the charts and is the leadoff track on Morgan's second Broken Bow album, My Kind of Livin'.

BMI's David Preston, Adam Dorsey, Mark Narmore, Craig Morgan, Broken Bow Records' Benny Brown, Phil O'Donnell

Others honored with #1 cups and plaques at the party were co-producer Phil O'Donnell, and publishers Cake Taker Music, March Family Music and Sony/ATV Tree. Narmore's other writing credits include the BMI Award-winning "Like There Ain't No Yesterday" (Blackhawk) and "Moon Over Georgia" (Shenandoah), which also earned BMI Million-Air certificates for marking one million broadcast performances.

Philip White, Randy Boudreaux, Kim Williams

Karen & Jody Williams, Ed Williams, Kix Brooks

Broken Bow Records' Benny Brown, Craig Morgan, Phil O'Donnell, Mark Narmore, Jody Williams, BMI's David Preston, Sony/ATV Tree's Walter Campbell, March Family Music's Kevin Pearce

Adam Dorsey, Mark Narmore, Sony/ATV Tree's Walter Campbell, Jody Williams

Mark Narmore, BMI's David Preston, Craig Morgan

Karen & Craig Morgan

Photos by Ed Rode

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