Eleven Eleven Music Adds Shannon Lawson

Pictured, Standing (L-R): Jason Morris, Jewel Coburn, and Lucky Diamond Music writer/manager Cory Gierman. Seated: attorney Chip Petree and Lawson.

Pictured, standing (L-R): Jason Morris, Jewel Coburn, and Lucky Diamond Music writer/manager Cory Gierman. Seated: attorney Chip Petree and Lawson.

Eleven Eleven Music has added singer-songwriter Shannon Lawson to its roster. A native of Taylorsville, Ky., Lawson signed as an artist to MCA Records in 2001 and then with Equity Records in 2004. He has had songs recorded by John Anderson, Jamey Johnson, Gretchen Wilson, Diamond Rio and James Otto.

Founded in 2012 by publishing veterans Jewel Coburn and Jason Morris, Eleven Eleven Music got off to a rocket start when Country Music Hall of Famer Don Williams and Alison Krauss cut the Doug Gill co-penned ballad “I Just Come Here For The Music.” The record subsequently won a Grammy nomination.

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