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5/8/18


After seeing busbee's name on Florida Georgia Line's "H.O.L.Y." Maren Morris' Hero, Keith Urban's "The Fighter" and songs by Shakira, 5 Seconds of Summer, Jason Aldean and many others, Warner/Chappell Music inked the writer-producer to a worldwide publishing agreement.

Jon Platt, left, called him “a visionary,” saying his “experimental approach to songwriting will fit in perfectly at Warner/Chappell.” A jazz trombonist, busbee, standing next to Platt, treated, from left, Katy Wolaver, Katie Vinten and Ryan Press to series of improvisations based on ACM songs of the year.