‘Girls Lie Too’ Aims True To #1

Posted in News on October 19, 2004
Songwriter Tim Nichols celebrated the rise of his tell-all hit, "Girls Lie Too," to the top of the charts with a party at BMI Nashville (9/22). In addition, Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. and producer Byron Gallimore were honored for their contributions to the song, which appears on Terri Clark's Mercury Nashville Greatest Hits release. Nichols co-wrote "Girls Lie Too" with Connie Harrington and Mark D. Sanders, who were also on hand to celebrate the success of their tune.

BMI's Thomas Cain, Mercury Nashville's Scott Borchetta, Terri Clark, Tim Nichols and Country Music Association's Hank Adam Locklin

Nichols co-wrote Clark's previous #1 hit "I Wanna Do It All," as well as Tim McGraw's recent #1 "Live Like You Were Dying." His other award-winning credits include "That'd Be Alright" (Alan Jackson), "All Is Fair In Love and War" (Ronnie Milsap) and "That's The Kind of Mood I'm In" (Patty Loveless).

Big Loud Shirt Industries' Kimberly Gleason, Connie Harrington, Tim Nichols, Craig Wiseman

BMI's Perry Howard, Frank Myers, Kelley Lovelace

BMI's Paul Corbin, Tim Nichols, Terri Clark, Giles Goddard

Tim and Patsy Nichols, Warner-Tamerlane's Cris Lacy, XM Radio's Shannon McCombs

photos: Kay Williams