Corey Crowder Extends Deal With Tree Vibez Music

Corey Crowder. Photo: Nicola Harger Milkglass

Songwriter-producer Corey Crowder has extended his deal with Tree Vibez Music, the publishing company led by Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard. Crowder first joined Tree Vibez in 2017.

“My team at Tree Vibez Music has become family to me,” shares Crowder. “The culture that Tyler and BK have created at TVM has inspired three of my best years yet, and I’m excited for what’s next as we continue working together.”

“We are all so excited to continue working with Corey Crowder,” says TVM General Manager Leslie T. DiPiero. “He is a writer’s writer, a singer’s singer, and a producer’s producer. Most importantly, he is a friend’s best friend.”

Georgia native Crowder relocated to Nashville in 2010. Since then, he’s earned No. 1 hits as a songwriter and co-producer on FGL’s “I Love My Country,” and earned songwriter credits on Chris Young’s 2x multi-Platinum, three-week No. 1 “I’m Comin’ Over,” and the Grammy-nominated, Platinum-selling “Think of You,” featuring Cassadee Pope, and the Gold-certified “Hangin’ On.” He’s also had credits on Canadian hits including Jess Moskaluke’s “Country Girls,” MacKenzie Porter’s “About You,” and Aaron Pritchett’s “Better When I Do.”

As a producer, he’s scored a No. 1 hit with LOCASH’s “One Big Country Song,” and Chris Young’s Gold-certified “Sober Saturday Night” (featuring Vince Gill), in addition to albums such as the Platinum-selling I’m Comin’ Over and Losing Sleep for Chris Young.

He has producer credits on FGL’s latest track, “Long Live,” their 6-Pack EP and on “Yummy (Country Remix)” by Justin Bieber, as well as Young’s “Raised on Country” and Gold-certified “Drowning,” as well as production credits for Chris Tomlin, Pope, RaeLynn and more. His music has also been heard on TV shows such as One Tree Hill, Gainesville, Nashville and more.

“Corey and I actually were in youth group together when we were kids, so we go way back in sharing music,” Hubbard said in a statement. “Getting to collaborate with him on songs and vibe in the studio is unlike anything else. BK and I have found a creative groove with Corey and it’s pure magic.”

“Corey is a special part of our TVM family,” Kelley added. “He’s got a spark and passion for this industry that’s electric – just makes you want to be around him. We’re so blessed to be able to keep on making hits together.”

Since launching in 2015, the Tree Vibez roster has grown to include Brian Kelley, Tyler Hubbard, Jordan Schmidt, Corey Crowder, RaeLynn, Canaan Smith, and Blake Redferrin. The company has earned 13 No. 1 hits, 50 singles and more than 300 releases. Tree Vibez has publishing support from Warner Chappell Music, while Schmidt’s catalog is administered by Sony/ATV.

 

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