Molly Reed Extends Deal With Curb|Word Music Publishing

Pictured (L-R): Trevor Mathiesen (Publishing and A&R Director), Joel Timen (VP A&R and Publishing), Ryan Dokke (GM/SVP Curb|Word Entertainment), MaryAnn Keane (Artist Relations, BMI) Molly Reed, Janine Appleton (VP of Publishing, Curb|Word Entertainment) Nina Jenkins (Creative Director Curb|Word Publishing), Colt Murski (Senior Creative Director, Curb|Word Publishing) Jonathan Mason (VP Christian A&R and Publishing), Austen Adams (Dickinson-Wright) Not Pictured: Nate Drake (Dickinson- Wright)

Curb|Word Music Publishing has extended its deal with New York native and Belmont University alumna Molly Reed. In addition to co-writing Big Machine artist Danielle Bradbery’s single “Worth It,” Reed has earned two No. 1 songs in the CCM genre, including Francesca Battistelli’s “Messiah” and the Colton Dixon hit “Through All Of It.”

Reed is a writer on Mallary Hope’s current single “Me,” and has earned two BMI Awards. She has had sync placement success on shows including Vampire Diaries and One Tree Hill. Her songs have also been recorded by Amy Grant, Olivia Newton John, Sidewalk Prophets, Brandon Heath, We Are Messengers, Blanca, Hillary Scott & the Scott Family, Jordan Feliz, Danny Gokey, and more.

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