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IT’S BEGINNING TO LOOK A LOT LIKE HITS LIST
With a star on top (12/9a)
MEDIABASE ’22:
THE BIG RED #1
Red and Gray pair nicely. (12/9a)
SONG REVENUE:
’TIS THE SEASON
It's the most wonderful time of the year. (12/9a)
SWIFT TO DIRECT FEATURE FILM
What can't she do? (12/9a)
GRAMMY NOMS:
THE LIST
For your consideration (12/6a)
GRAMMY HANDICAPPING
Who's likely to win in the major categories? We have no idea.
THE NEXT BIG PLAYER
in the catalog game is...
TRUMP CORP II
Totally less fraudulent than Trump Corp.
IS IT CHRISTMAS YET?
Pub Crawling
NASHVILLE PUBLISHERS: COLLECT 'EM ALL (WARNER/CHAPPELL)
7/9/18

Ben Vaughn

President, Warner/Chappell Nashville

Highlight Reel

—Rhett Akins wins ACM Songwriter of the Year. Eight straight years of current hits

on the radio.

New artist successes:

First hits for Devin Dawson,

LANco and Morgan Evans

ACM wins for Lauren Alaina (New Female Vocalist) and Midland (New Group).

 —Nicolle Galyon: Three

songs in the Top 15.

 —busbee brings his talents

to W/C.

 —Dan + Shay make the leap with “Tequila.”

Summer smashes:

—Dustin Lynch’s “Good Girl” ( Dustin Lynch/Justin Ebach) and Little Big Town’s “Summer Fever” (Karen Fairchild/Jesse Frasure/

Cary Barlowe).

 —Liz Rose: “Cry Pretty” with Carrie Underwood.

On the Runway:

—Riley Green (Big Machine): 

All we can say is, watch out for the FORCE OF NATURE that is Riley Green, coming very soon.

 —Carlton Anderson (Sony): 

Smooth country vocals wrapped inside a winning smile. His “Drop Everything” is a HIT.

 —Logan Brill (Red Light):  Depth and class from a future award winner. Logan has it all.

To what extent/degree are your writers working on projects outside of the country genre?
Nashville Publishers don’t need to qualify that their writers are writing outside the country genre anymore. Writers living in Nashville are talented writers, period. Their schedules are filled with such diversity that the writing sessions of a Nicolle Galyon, Nathan Chapman, Jesse Frasure, et al, are days where they write songs that can be placed anywhere in the world.