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‘Yeah,’ BMI Celebrates Another # 1 With Joe Nichols

Posted in News on October 1, 2014
(L-R) (Front row): Producer Tony Brown, songwriter Ashley Gorley, Joe Nichols, BMI songwriter Bryan Simpson, Producer Mickey Jack Cones. (Back Row): Broken Bow Record’s Jon Loba, Broken Bow Record’s Benny Brown, Warner/Chappel Music’s Ryan Beuschel, Combustion Music’s Chris Farren, ASCAP’s LeAnn Phelan, ASCAP’s John Titta, Sea Gayle’s Mike Owens, Red Bow Records’ Renee' Leymon, BMI’s Perry Howard, Triple 8 Management’s George Couri.
(L-R) (Front row): Producer Tony Brown, songwriter Ashley Gorley, Joe Nichols, BMI songwriter Bryan Simpson, Producer Mickey Jack Cones. (Back Row): Broken Bow Record’s Jon Loba, Broken Bow Record’s Benny Brown, Warner/Chappel Music’s Ryan Beuschel, Combustion Music’s Chris Farren, ASCAP’s LeAnn Phelan, ASCAP’s John Titta, Sea Gayle’s Mike Owens, Red Bow Records’ Renee' Leymon, BMI’s Perry Howard, Triple 8 Management’s George Couri.

BMI helped celebrate Joe Nichols’ #1 single “Yeah” at Nashville’s Country Music Association on September 16, 2014. Written by BMI songwriter Bryan Simpson with Ashley Gorley, “Yeah” spent three weeks in the top spot. It is Joe Nichols’ fifth number one and follows “Summer and 75,” also a chart-topper off his most recent album, Crickets. “Yeah” is Bryan Simpson’s first #1. He has also wowed crowds having performed as part of Cadillac Sky and now as part of the Southern rock band The Whistles & The Bells.