Parallel Music Publishing Renews Agreement With Blake Chaffin

Pictured (Front row, L-R): Blake Chaffin; Denise Stevens, Partner, Loeb & Loeb; Chip Petree, Partner, Ritholz, Levy, Fields; (Back row, L-R): Tim Hunze, Parallel Music Publishing; Travis Myatt, Parallel Music Publishing

Parallel Music Publishing recently renewed its agreement with rising songwriter Blake Chaffin. His growing list of singles includes Logan Mize’s “Can’t Get Away from a Good Time,” written with Mize and Kelly Archer; and Brantley Gilbert’s current single, “The Ones That Like Me,” written with Gilbert and Bobby Pinson. It was recently announced that Gilbert’s 2018 tour will share the same title.

Chaffin has accumulated notable cuts including “Still Yours” on Ryan Beaver’s album, Rx , written with Luke Dick; and “Down Home,” written with Brent Cobb, who recorded it for his album Southern Family.

“I owe so much to Tim Hunze and the rest of the team at Parallel for sticking with me, to get to this point,” said Chaffin. “I’m honored to be a part of the songwriting community in Nashville. I like playing with words for a living.”

Hunze added, “I’m so impressed with what we’ve been able to achieve in the first deal and I can’t wait to see what we can accomplish with this new one.”

Parallel’s current roster includes Chaffin, Alex Hall, Lance Carpenter, Jennifer Schott, Jesse Lee, Michael Lotten, and Michael White. The company has scored No. 1 hits with Kelsea Ballerini’s “Love Me Like You Mean It,” Michael Ray’s “Kiss You In The Morning” and The Band Perry’s “Better Dig Two.”

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