Clint Daniels has re-signed with Porchlight Music Publishing. Daniels first signed a co-venture publishing deal with BMG and Porchlight Music in 2019.
The Panama City, Florida native was signed to Arista Nashville as a solo artist in 1998. In 2003, he signed with Epic Records. However, after already co-writing his first No. 1 single for Joe Nichols (“Brokenheartsville”), Daniels decided to focus on songwriting instead.
In 2020, Daniels was nominated for both a Grammy Award (Best Country Song) and an ACM Award (Song of the Year) for Eric Church‘s “Some Of It.”
Daniels has co-written No. 1 singles for Nichols, Montgomery Gentry (“Roll With Me”), and Church. He’s also had cuts by numerous artists, including George Strait, Alan Jackson, Brooks & Dunn, Clay Walker, Easton Corbin, Jon Pardi, and Brandy Clark.
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