Aimee Mayo Celebrates Million-Air Hits

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Pictured (back row) are BMI’s Mark Mason, David Preston, Beth Mason and Jody Williams; (front row) Aimee Mayo’s mother Becky Thornhill; Mayo’s husband and co-writer Chris Lindsey; and Aimee Mayo. (Photo by Drew Maynard)

Aimee Mayo recently celebrated several Million-Air Awards at Brown’s Diner, a Nashville eatery where she worked before making it big as a songwriter. The 2002 BMI Country Songwriter of the Year, Mayo received Million-Air awards for her impressive string of hits including Lonestar’s “Amazed,” which has generated more than 6 million performances; Martina McBride’s “This One’s for the Girls,” which has earned more than 2 million performances; and Tim McGraw’s “My Best Friend” and “Let’s Make Love,” featuring Faith Hill, and Kenny Chesney’s “Who You’d Be Today,” which have each generated more than 1 million performances.

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