Coburn Sells Portion of Ten Ten Music To Nettwerk

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Jewel Coburn, co-founder and co-owner of Ten Ten Music, has sold her half of the independent publishing company to Nettwerk.

Over the last 30 years, Ten Ten has boasted more than a dozen No. 1 singles and Top 20 hits and album cuts. Coburn will shift her focus into Eleven Eleven Music, which she co-founded in 2011 with publishing veteran Jason Morris.

“I was a writer and an artist from an early age,” says Coburn. “So I always felt an affinity with writers and artists. I feel my talent has been to recognize great writers and artists and help them realize their dreams. I love nothing more than to hear a great song and get it where it needs to go. Nothing has changed. That is my passion.”

Eleven Eleven have just scored their first Top 10 single with Big & Rich’s “Look At You,” co-written by Shannon Lawson and John Rich. Other writers on the Eleven Eleven roster include Angela Kaset, Charley Stefl, Max T Barnes, Nathan Bell and Wendy Waldman. The company also represents the catalogs of Shannon Lawson and Lauren Lucas.

In a story published last week on MusicRow.com, it was reported that Nettwerk One Music (NW1) has acquired a 50 percent stake in Ten Ten Music and the two companies have formed a publishing joint venture. To read this full story, Click HERE.

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