Publishing Veterans Coburn and Morris Launch New Company

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• March 23, 2012

Veteran music publishers Jewel Coburn and Jason Morris have announced the opening of Eleven Eleven Music Group in Nashville.

Eleven Eleven represents songwriters Lauren Lucas, Doug Gill, Angela Kaset and Wendy Waldman. The company has already landed its first cut with the Don Williams and Alison Krauss recording of “I Just Come Here For The Music” on Don’s upcoming And So It Goes album.

Coburn, who also co-owns Ten Ten Music Group, and Morris will share company duties of finding new talent, pitching songs, and assessing catalogs. Morris’ 20 years working in Nashville include cuts by Reba McEntire, Brooks & Dunn, Alan Jackson, George Jones, and Rascal Flatts.

Eleven Eleven staff writers are all accomplished tunesmiths. Lucas is a former Warner Bros. recording artist who earned a Tony nomination for a song in the Broadway production of Urban Cowboy. Gill has had his songs recorded by Wynonna and Patty Loveless. Kaset’s credits include Lorrie Morgan’s “Something In Red” and “The Hopechest Song.” Waldman’s hits include Vanessa Williams’ “Save The Best For Last” and Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s “Fishin’ In The Dark.”

Reach Coburn at jewel@elevenelevenmusicgroup.com and Morris at jason@elevenelevenmusicgroup.com.

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