Sony/ATV Nashville has signed hit songwriter/producer Keith Stegall to a multi-year publishing deal. The co-writer of the pop standard, “We’re in This Love Together,” Stegall is also the writer of nine No. 1 country singles, including “I Hate Everything” by George Strait and “Don’t Rock The Jukebox” by Alan Jackson. As Jackson’s longtime producer, Stegall has helped the country superstar sell over 50 million units since his debut release in 1989.
Stegall is also the co-producer of The Foundation from the Zac Brown Band. The band’s debut single, “Chicken Fried,” spent two weeks at the top of the charts, giving Stegall his third No. 1 for the year. Currently, Stegall is in the studio with a new group, The Harters, and working on the followup to Clay Walker’s 2007’s album, Fall.
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