Round Hill Music has signed a worldwide publishing deal and joint venture with songwriter/producer Trey Bruce.
“I’m really excited to be represented by this group of talented executives and music shepherds. In some ways Round Hill is a bit of a homecoming for me, and I couldn’t be more thrilled and inspired,” Bruce says.
Bruce’s “Things Are Tough All Over” became a hit for Shelby Lynn, followed by cuts for Randy Travis, including the chart-topping singles: “Look Heart No Hands,” “Spirit Of A Boy, Wisdom Of A Man,” and “Whisper My Name.” Faith Hill, Trisha Yearwood, Trace Adkins, LeAnn Rimes, Carrie Underwood, Gary Allan, Reba McEntire, Gloriana, and Marty Stuart have also recorded his songs.
Bruce’s “Where’s The Hope” won an Emmy for Best Song; “This Is Your Moment” was featured on The Biggest Loser and American Idol. In 2013, he celebrated his third No. 1 Australian hit with Dianna Corcoran‘s “Therapy” along with the Rick Rubin-produced ZZ Top cut, “Heartache In Blue”, and Alabama‘s first studio single in over a decade, “All Americans.”
Jonnie “Most” Davis, Sr. VP, A&R at Round Hill Music says, “Trey and I were old friends from the first day we met. He is relentless in his pursuit of song greatness and has never been one to chase fads, take shortcuts, or rest on his prior achievements, which are many. Trey has a well established pedigree in Nashville, and I couldn’t be more proud to have him join the Round Hill family.”
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