Russell Dickerson Celebrates Second No. 1 Hit, “Blue Tacoma”

“Blue Tacoma” writers Casey Brown, Russell Dickerson and Parker Welling celebrate their second No. 1 song. (Photo: Steve Lowry)

BMI and SESAC hosted a celebration highlighting Russell Dickerson‘s second No. 1 single, “Blue Tacoma” on Wednesday (Jan. 16) in Nashville. Dickerson co-wrote the track with Parker Welling and Casey Brown.

The gathering included toasts from Triple Tiger’s Nobert Nix and Kevin Herring, 3 Ring’s Jeffrey Steele, Essential Music Publishing’s Holly Zabka and Kos Weaver on behalf of BMG and Kailey’s Dream.

Pictured (L-R): Essential Music Publishing’s Holly Zabka, Triple Tigers’ Norbert Nix, SESAC’s ET Brown, SESAC songwriter Casey Brown, BMI songwriter Russell Dickerson, BMI songwriter Parker Welling, BMI’s Spencer Nohe, BMG’s Kos Weaver, Kailey’s Dream’s Darrell Franklin, 3 Ring’s Jeffrey Steele and Dennis Entertainment’s John Dennis (Photo: Steve Lowry)

SESAC’s ET Brown and BMI’s latest hire and Welling’s husband, Spencer Nohe, also made presentations to the writers.

Prior to the party, MusicRow Publisher/Owner Sherod Robertson presented each of the writers with their own MusicRow No. 1 Challenge Coin to commemorate their achievement for reaching the top of the chart. Coins numbered 873, 874 and 875 were given to Welling, Brown and Dickerson, respectively.

To launch 2019, Dickerson is on tour with Carly Pearce and has released his new single, “Every Little Thing,” which Dickerson also co-wrote with Welling and Brown.

Pictured (L-R): MusicRow Publisher/Owner Sherod Robertson and “Blue Tacoma” writers Casey Brown, Russell Dickerson and Parker Welling. (Photo: Steve Lowry)


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