June 29, 2020
Singer-songwriter Adam Sanders has signed a co-publishing deal with Round Hill Music Nashville. Sanders has written “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey,” a chart-topper for Cole Swindell, and “Hell Of A Night” (Dustin Lynch), as well as cuts from Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, Scotty McCreery and Tracy Lawrence.
“I am very excited to be working with Adam,” said Round Hill’s Mark Brown. “He has a track record as a hit songwriter, he’s an exceptional artist, and he brings with him a solid work ethic. We look forward to having great success together.”
“When you find a team that is willing to work just as hard as you, it’s a dangerous combo. Round Hill Music’s success speaks for itself and I’m fired up to be working with Bob and Mark, along with the rest of the Round Hill staff,” Adam Sanders shared.
The Lake City, Florida native moved to Nashville in 2009, and initially worked construction to pay bills while he worked on songwriting. He signed a publishing deal with Big Yellow Dog in 2011. After earning No. 1 hits for Swindell and Lynch, Sanders launched his artist career and independently sold over 70,000 singles, scored over 90 million total streams and charted at No. 33 on Billboard’s Country Albums chart with his self-titled, debut EP. Sanders has also released the single, “Make Em Wanna Change.”
Round Hill Music Nashville has celebrated 42 No. 1 songs since opening its doors in 2014. Round Hill’s roster of writers includes Adam Sanders, Ashley Gorley, Dallas Davidson, Derek Austin, Devin Guisande, Early James, Eric Arjes, Gareth Dunlop, Jimmy Robbins, Katie Pruitt, Lindsey Lee Taylor, SHEL, and Wade Kirby. Through its partnership with Big Loud, Round Hill also represents Chris Tompkins, Craig Wiseman, Jamie Moore, Joey Moi, Matt Dragstrem and Rodney Clawson. Notable catalogs include those of Bob DiPiero, Josh Kear and Marti Frederiksen.
– Jessica Nicholson, Music Row