Hitmen Of Nashville Songwriters in the Round - Phil Barton, Jason Duke & Jerry Salley
Phil Barton award winning song writer has written “A Woman Like You” (Lee Brice); “I Can’t Stop Loving You” (Sara Evans); “She Rides Away” (David Nail); “Yeah Yeah Yeah” (Dustin Lynch), and songs recorded by Cassadee Pope, Tate Stevens, Thompson Square, Darius Rucker, Mickey Guyton, and Rodney Atkins. J.T. Harding wrote “Alone with You” (Jake Owen); “Smile” (Uncle Kracker); “Somewhere in My Car” (Keith Urban); “Somewhere with You” (Kenny Chesney); and songs recorded by Billy Currington, Florida Georgia Line, Scotty McCreery, and Blake Shelton. He also co-wrote Road Warriors with Travis Collins & Friends.
Jason Duke landed his first publishing deal with Dan Hodges Music in January 2015, celebrated his first #1 hit with a song called “Dibs” (Kelsea Ballerini, Ryan Griffin, Josh Kerr, Jason Duke), and is also celebrating his cut "That Could Still Be Us" on Keith Urban's new album RipCORD. Duke has also co-written numerous songs with Travis Collins including High Horse, Overme and Unsung.
Jerry Salley won SESAC's 2003 "Country Music Songwriter of the Year” award. Salley has been writing and singing in Nashville, Tennessee since 1982. To date, he has had 300 songs recorded in his career, including by Reba McEntire ("I'm Gonna Take That Mountain"), Wild Rose ("Breaking New Ground"), John Anderson ("I Fell in the Water"), Wade Hayes ("How Do You Sleep at Night")