Quantcast
Advertisement
 Email

 First Name

 Last Name

 Company

 Country
CAPTCHA code
Captcha: (type the characters above)

NEAR TRUTHS: GRANDE, GRAMMY, GRAND TOTALS
The post-Grammy hangover. (2/19a)
THIS CHART STORY BELONGS TO u
A big thank you. (2/18a)
GENDER GAP WIDENS IN THE U.K.
Hitmakers in the U.K. are decidedly male. (2/19a)
FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC
A pair of dynamic duos leads the pack. (2/15a)
HITS LIST KEEPS FALLING ON MY HEAD
These rainmakers are anything but all wet. (2/18a)
THE WINNERS
What the Grammys tell us about a changing landscape.
COMMITTED TO ROCK
The biz players who are determined to get the volume back up.
MANAGEMENT DO-SI-DO
Big changes among big acts.
THE NEW SUPERSTARS
The old pop rules just don't apply.
Pub Crawling
NASHVILLE PUBLISHERS: COLLECT 'EM ALL (BIG YELLOW DOG MUSIC)
7/9/18

Carla Wallace

Big Yellow Dog Music

Highlight Reel

BYDM’s writers have had five #1 songs by five different artists since last May, a #1 Country Album (Jessie James Decker), an array of BMI and ASCAP awards and writer/producer credits on numerous top releases. The company announced a label partnership with Atlantic in May to release music from its newest signing Brynn Elliot. The sync department has had many notable placements, including Apple, Target, Old NavyLove, SimonI Feel Pretty, and Life of the Party. Carla was honored at the Nashville Business Journal Women in Music City Awards; she and BYDM’s Kerry O’Neil are named Billboard Country Power Players. Took three of eight American Independent Music Publisher (AIMP) Awards, including Independent Publisher of the Year

 —Daniel Tashian co-produced Kacey Musgrave’s #1 country album Golden Hour, on which he co-penned seven songs; Josh Turner’s #1 “Hometown Girl,” which he co-wrote, won a BMI Country Award.

 —Josh Kear co-wrote Dierks Bentley’s #1 Country hit “Woman, 

Amen,” Luke Bryan’s #1 “Most People Are Good” and Florida Georgia Line f/Backstreet Boys’ #1 “God, Your Mama and Me.”

—Meghan Trainor’s “Thank You” was certified platinum, and “Road Less Traveled,” which she co-wrote, earned an ASCAP Country Award. Meghan also took the ASCAP Vanguard Award. Her “All About That Bass” was certified 10x platinum.

 —Maren Morris’ #1 “I Could Use a Love Song” (written with Jimmy Robbins and Lauren Veltz) went gold. Her “’80s Mercedes” won a BMI Country Award. Maren is also named Breakthrough Artist of the Year at the MusicRow Awards and Music Biz Association Awards, and takes Best New Artist, Country, at the Radio Disney Music Awards. 

To what extent/degree are your writers working on projects outside of the country genre?
Whether it’s Meghan Trainor, Maren Morris, Josh Kear or Daniel Tashian, we are always participating in a variety of genres. Our writers also reach outside of the U.S. to collaborate as artists, vocalists and writers. The South has always been a fertile ground for great music of all kinds, and Nashville has grown into the hub.