Singer-songwriter Bill Luther Signs Co-Pub Deal With BMG

Pictured (L-R): Chris Oglesby, VP Creative, BMG Nashville; Courtney Allen, Creative Director, BMG Nashville; Rakiyah Marshall, Creative Director, BMG Nashville; Bill Luther; Kos Weaver, EVP, BMG Nashville; Chip Petree, Partner, Ritholz Levy Fields

Veteran singer-songwriter Bill Luther has signed a new co-publishing agreement with BMG.

Luther has penned several hits recorded by Tim McGraw, including “My Best Friend,” “‘Let It Go,” “How Bad Do You Want It,” and McGraw’s Grammy award-winning duet with Faith Hill, “Let’s Make Love.” Luther has also co-written the Kenny Chesney Top 5 hit “Who You’d Be Today” and Top 10 “What I Need to Do,” in addition to songs for Joe Nichols, Jo Dee Messina, Clint Black, Lee Ann Womack, Lee Greenwood, and more.

Luther said, “I’m very excited and blessed to be working with people who love music and believe in songwriters. I can’t wait to see what we accomplish together. I love my BMG family.”

Kos Weaver, EVP, BMG Nashville, said, “Bill Luther’s songwriting is timeless, the care he puts into every word and phrase is unmatched. We are fortunate to be working with him.”

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