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.
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