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“Yours If You Want It” No. One Party

Posted in News on August 18, 2017
Photo features: (back row l-r): Big Machine’s Kris Lamb, Steven Dorff, BMI songwriter Steve Dorff, BMI’s Leslie Roberts, Universal Music Publishing’s Kent Earls, ASCAP’s Beth Brinker, Big Machine’s Allison Jones, and Big Machine Record’s General Manager Jim Weatherson; (front row l-r) Big Machine’s Scott Borchetta, Rascal Flatts, songwriter Jonathan Singleton and Big Machine’s Mike Molinar.
Photo features: (back row l-r): Big Machine’s Kris Lamb, Steven Dorff, BMI songwriter Steve Dorff, BMI’s Leslie Roberts, Universal Music Publishing’s Kent Earls, ASCAP’s Beth Brinker, Big Machine’s Allison Jones, and Big Machine Record’s General Manager Jim Weatherson; (front row l-r) Big Machine’s Scott Borchetta, Rascal Flatts, songwriter Jonathan Singleton and Big Machine’s Mike Molinar. Photo: Ed Rode

Superstar vocal group Rascal Flatts celebrated a sentimental 17th career No. One for “Yours If You Want It” in Nashville, TN yesterday (8/17), marking the first number one single written by BMI songwriter Andrew Dorff since his tragic passing in December. Co-written by Jonathan Singleton and the late Dorff, the Rascal Flatts trio gathered industry friends and family, including Dorff’s father Steve and brother Stephen, for a fitting tribute to Dorff as attendees reflected on the monumental accomplishment. “This is a really special week for us,” said Joe Don Rooney. “Getting to celebrate another number one, as well as the opportunity to honor our friend Andrew, has been overwhelming and humbling.”