Nashville Celebrates Aaron Pritchett’s No. 1 Canadian Single

(L-R): Invictus/Big Star Recordings artist Aaron Pritchett, songwriters Jimmy Yeary, Jessi Alexander, and Corey Crowder. (Photo Michael Weir)

Invictus Entertainment and Canadian record label Big Star Recordings hosted an event last night (July 23) in Nashville celebrating Aaron Pritchett’s No.1 single “Better When I Do.” The song, which was written by Jessi Alexander, Corey Crowder, and Jimmy Yeary, reached No. 1 on the Canadian Country Nielsen BDS chart.

Number one plaques were presented by Invictus/Big Star Recordings VP Louis O’Reilly to Pritchett, the songwriters, and the publishers, including THIS Music, Tree Vibez Music, Sony/ATV, and Warner Chappell.

Pritchett has been one of Canada’s most popular country artists and a mainstay at Canadian country radio over the past two decades. He is a multiple CCMA award winner, has had 13 Top 10 radio hits, and is in the midst of his 70+ date “Out On the Town” tour.

(L-R): Sony/ATV’s Tom Luteran, Warner Chappell’s Bethany Mako, THIS Music’s Anna Weisband, songwriter Jimmy Yeary, Invictus/Big Star Recordings artist Aaron Pritchett, songwriter Jessi Alexander, Tree Vibez’s Leslie DiPiero, THIS Music’s Rusty Gaston, THIS Music’s Mya Hanson, Sony/ATV’s Laura Castillo, Tree Vibez’s Emily Peacock, songwriter Corey Crowder. (Photo Michael Weir)

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