Cauley Music Group, the company founded by Lane Caudell and Bob Crumley, has entered a joint publishing partnership with Cool Vibe Publishing. The deal covering current and future songwriters has Cauley purchasing a stake in Cool Vibe, and providing administrative services.
As part of the agreement covering current and future songwriters, Cauley adds tunesmiths Vencent Hickerson aka Trailer Choir’s “Big Vinny,” Isaac Rich, and Phoenix Mendoza to its staff. Rich has been writing since childhood and is a co-writer on Tyler Dickerson’s inaugural release, “Tell Your Sister I’m Single,” on Lyric Street Records. Phoenix Mendoza began his professional career with Warner Chappel in 2006 and has experience as a songwriter and performer.
The Crauley roster is made up of Blake Mevis, Danny Wells, Jennifer Hicks, Jamie Tate, Caudell and Crumley. Mevis, writer of“Fool Hearted Memory” and “Brokenheartsville,” oversees day to day operations for Cauley.