Round Hill Music Nashville has reached a milestone this January as it celebrates its 25th Country Airplay No. 1 with Maren Morris’ “I Could Use A Love Song,” co-written by Round Hill’s Jimmy Robbins. The No. 1 comes on the heels of recent chart-toppers “I’ll Name The Dogs” by Blake Shelton, “Small Town Boy” by Dustin Lynch (which spent four weeks at atop the charts), “Fast” by Luke Bryan, and “Think A Little Less” by Michael Ray.
Round Hill Music Nashville’s roster includes Dallas Davidson, Jimmy Robbins, Wade Kirby,and Danny Myrick. The company owns the catalogs of Big Loud Shirt, Bob DiPiero, Josh Kear, Marti Frederiksen, Big Tractor Music, and Root 49, among others. Hits from these catalogs include “Amazed,” “Gone,” “I Saw God Today,” “Undo It,” “Need You Now,” “Before He Cheats,” “Cruise,” “Drunk On A Plane,” “Live Like You Were Dying,” and “She’s Country,” among many other country classics.
In addition to its own roster of writers, Round Hill has a joint venture with Big Loud’s publishing company and the two share a roster that includes Rodney Clawson, Chris Tompkins, Matt Dragstrem, Sarah Buxton, and Hall of Fame songwriter Craig Wiseman.
“It is a real privilege to be associated with such exceptional songwriters and remarkable catalogs,” said Round Hill’s Mark Brown. “Likewise, to have the opportunity to work with our amazing team of top-notch executives and team members companywide is a real honor. We are all so proud of every one of our writers and their outstanding achievements. Congrats to everyone.”
“Having 25 number one country songs in four years for a company our size is quite remarkable and is a result of the hard work of our songwriters along with the guidance and help from our team,” said Round Hill CEO Joshua Gruss. “Thank you to Mark Brown, all of our associated songwriters, our partners at Big Loud, and the Round Hill staff in Nashville for helping us achieve this milestone.”
January marks a historic month for Round Hill Music with the acquisition of Carlin Music and the partnership with Zync Music.
Music Row, Lorie Hollabaugh