Miller Inks Publishing Deal With Warner/Chappell

Lee Miller

Lee Miller

Lee Miller, the writer behind such hits as “In Color,” “The Impossible” and “You’re Gonna Miss This,” has signed with Warner/Chappell Music for publishing.

The Kentucky native has won Song of the Year honors from the ACM, CMA, ASCAP, MusicRow, and the NSAI for his songs, and has had numerous nominations including Grammy nominations for both “You’re Gonna Miss This,” and “In Color.” He has penned No. 1 singles for Joe Nichols (“The Impossible”), Terri Clark (“I Just Wanna Be Mad”), and Brad Paisley (“The World” and “I’m Still A Guy”), and is currently on the charts with Tim McGraw’s “Southern Girl,” and Chris Stapleton’s “What Are You Listening To?.” He has also had cuts by Rascal FlattsDierks Bentley, Josh Turner, Randy Travis, Billy Currington, Craig Morgan, Chris Young, and others.

“When Lee Miller steps into a session, his co-writers know it’s going to be a great day,” said Executive VP, Warner/Chappell Music Nashville Ben Vaughn. “Not only is he a tremendous songwriter, he’s also an incredibly smart and generous guy who contributes so much of his time and energy to protecting the rights of songwriters in his role as President of the Nashville Songwriters Association International. We’re so pleased to work with Lee and look forward to help further build his already-illustrious career.”

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