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BMI Celebrates Ross Copperman’s #1 Hit “Don’t It”

Posted in News on August 10, 2015
Pictured (L-R) back row: Universal Record’s Mike Dungan, Amylase’s Ben Vaughn, BMI’s Leslie Roberts, Sony/ATV’s Josh Van Valkenburg, Combustion Music’s Chris VanBelkom and ASCAP’s Mike Sistad. Front row: BMI songwriter Ross Copperman, Billy Currington, songwriters Ashley Gorley and Jaren Johnston.
Pictured (L-R) back row: Universal Record’s Mike Dungan, Amylase’s Ben Vaughn, BMI’s Leslie Roberts, Sony/ATV’s Josh Van Valkenburg, Combustion Music’s Chris VanBelkom and ASCAP’s Mike Sistad. Front row: BMI songwriter Ross Copperman, Billy Currington, songwriters Ashley Gorley and Jaren Johnston.

BMI songwriter Ross Copperman was honored for his work on Billy Currington’s #1 hit “Don’t It” August 3 at the Country Music Association’s Nashville headquarters. Co-written with Ashley Gorely and Jaren Johnston, the song marks Copperman’s fourth number one hit. Copperman has an impressive number of cuts to his name, inlucding by top country artists such as BMI affiliates Keith Urban, Blake Shelton and A Thousand Horses.