2019 MusicRow Awards Category Profile: Female Songwriter Of The Year

Following Monday’s (May 13) announcement of this year’s nominees for the 31st annual MusicRow Awards, we take a look at a newly-added category for this year’s awards, Female Songwriter of the Year. The MusicRow Awards will be presented at a private ceremony on June 26.

See the full list of MusicRow Awards nominees.

Winners are determined solely by MusicRow Magazine subscribed members. Voting closes on May 21 at 5 p.m. If you do not have a subscription, you may subscribe to receive a ballot and invitation.

2019 Female Songwriter of the Year nominees:

Jessie Jo Dillon
“Break Up In The End,” recorded by Cole Swindell
“Rich,” recorded by Maren Morris

Nicolle Galyon
“All To Myself,” recorded by Dan + Shay
“Coming Home,” recorded by Keith Urban
“Tequila,” recorded by Dan + Shay

Hillary Lindsey
“Buy My Own Drinks,” recorded by Runaway June
“Closer To You,” recorded by Carly Pearce
“Cry Pretty,” recorded by Carrie Underwood
“Knockin’ Boots,” recorded by Luke Bryan
“People Are Different,” recorded by Florida Georgia Line
“When Someone Stops Loving You,” recorded by Little Big Town
“What Whiskey Does,” recorded by Randy Houser

Liz Rose
“Better Boat,” recorded by Kenny Chesney
“Cry Pretty,” recorded by Carrie Underwood

Laura Veltz
“A Song For Everything,” recorded by Maren Morris
“Rich,” recorded by Maren Morris
“Keeping Score,” recorded by Dan + Shay
“Speechless,” recorded by Dan + Shay
“The Bones,” recorded by Maren Morris
“To A T,” recorded by Ryan Hurd

Parker Welling
“Every Little Thing,” recorded by Russell Dickerson
“Blue Tacoma,” recorded by Russell Dickerson

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