Annie Tate Signs Two Songwriters To Ghost Hollow Music

Pictured (L-R): Tenasie Bowe, Annie Tate, Matt Keyler

Pictured (L-R): Tenasie Bowe, Annie Tate, Matt Keyler

Songwriter Annie Tate has signed two songwriters to Ghost Hollow Music. A new venture, the company is independently owned and operated by Tate.

The company’s two new signings, Tenasie Bowe and Matt Keyler, were discovered when Tate was judging a songwriting competition in 2015. After hearing the song they submitted, she looked them up on YouTube, contacted them and began co-writing. She signed them to Ghost Hollow Music on Friday (May 20) and refers to them as “Ghost Writers.”

Tate said, “I am so excited to start this new venture with young people who I believe in and continue to encourage and mentor because they really want to say something with their music. I came to Nashville and made a career writing songs I hoped would raise the bar on Nashville writing in the way that all the great Nashville writers who came before me had done and to whom I owe all my success. … I can only hope to encourage some part of the next generation of Nashville writers to keep reaching higher and writing songs that might possibly change the world because they ‘say something.'”

Tate’s writing credits include Rodney Atkins’ “If You’re Going Through Hell,” Emerson Drive’s “Moments,” and Reba McEntire’s “Somebody,” among many others.

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