Lance Miller Signs Collaborative Deal With Still Working Music, StyleSonic Music, BMG

Pictured (L-R): Shannan Hatch (VP of Creative Services, SESAC), Sara Beal (Director of Publishing, Still Working), Chuck Fleckenstein (COO and General Manager, Still Working), Tim McGraw (StyleSonic Music), Lance Miller, Roy Orbison, Jr. (Co-President, Still Working), Courtney Allen (Creative Director, BMG), Chris Oglesby (Vice President of Creative, BMG), Tiffany Dunn (Partner, Loeb & Loeb), Scott Siman (President, EM.Co) Photo: John Shearer

Lance Miller has signed with Still Working Music, in partnership with StyleSonic Music and BMG.

Miller co-wrote the No. 1 country hit and 2014 SESAC Song of the Year, Jerrod Niemann’s “Drink to That All Night.” His songs have also been recorded by Tim McGraw, Luke Bryan, Justin Moore, Thomas Rhett, and Lee Brice.  He has toured as a solo act with Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, and others, and can be heard as a background vocalist on many records including singing background on “A Horse Called Music” with Merle Haggard on Willie Nelson’s Heroes album. He also appeared on the cable TV series Nashville Star.

“Lance is such a multi-faceted and talented songwriter and musician; we are honored to have him writing songs for us and join our roster,” said Roy Orbison Jr. “Lance brings an everyday positive attitude, pro ethic and cutting edge skill; it’s a simple joy welcoming Lance to our Still Working family!”

“We are grateful to our friends at Still Working to be partnering with a great writer like Lance Miller. I have wanted to work with Lance for a long time and am thrilled for Tim McGraw to join us in championing this talented writer,” said BMG’s Kos Weaver.

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