Rezonant Music Publishing had 21 of the Top 100 singles of the year according to the Mediabase year-end review. These songs included such hits as Ross Copperman’s “Get Along” (Kenny Chesney); Scooter Carusoe’s “For the First Time” (Darius Rucker); Trevor Rosen’s “Hotel Key” (Old Dominion); Hillary Lindsey’s “Take Back Home Girl” (Chris Lane) and Mitch Rossell’s “All Day Long” (Garth Brooks).
“The Rezonant music family is associated with a remarkable group of writers who have created some of 2018’s most diverse and memorable songs,” said Rezonant’s CEO Tim Wipperman. “It is a testament to their creativity that artists who are at the top of their respective games turn to them when looking for a great song to cut and take to their fans. While some may think it will be a challenge to top such a great year, I’ve heard some of the new songs that these incredibly talented writers are working on, and have no doubt they will see even greater success this time next year.”
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