Word Music Publishing Signs Brice Long

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Pictured (L-R): Rod Riley (President/CEO Word Entertainment), Scott Safford (Safford/Motley), Shannan Hatch (SESAC), Brice Long, Janine Appleton (Creative Director/Country/Pop Word Music Publishing), Joel Timen (Creative Director- TV/Film, Word Music Publishing), Dale Mathews (VP Word Music Publishing).

Word Music Publishing has signed singer-songwriter Brice Long. Long, best known for the songs “Nothing On But The Radio” (Gary Allan), “Anything Goes” (Randy Houser), and “Let’s Don’t Call It A Night,” (Casey James), has also had cuts on artists including John Michael Montgomery, Josh Turner, Reba McEntire, Gary Allan, Darryl Worley, Randy Houser, James Otto, Laura Bell Bundy, Tracy Byrd, Chris Young, Steve Holy, Randy Travis, Craig Campbell, Gretchen Wilson, Kevin Fowler, Carter’s Chord, Rose Falcon, Jon, Pardi, The Grascals and Porter Wagoner.

The Kentucky native signed a recording agreement with Columbia records in 2005, creating two radio singles.

“I’m thrilled to work with such a hard-working and stand up guy,” stated Janine Appleton, Creative Director, Word Music Publishing. “Brice has been doing this for a long time, and I’m excited about what we’ll be able to do together. He’s got lots of Country music hits in him just waiting to be written!”

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