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TOP 20: REPUBLIC'S RAMPAGE
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NASHVILLE'S NEXT-WAVE PUBLISHERS: TRAVIS GORDON (UMPG NASHVILLE, SENIOR CREATIVE DIRECTOR)
7/11/19

Travis’ key writers include Troy Verges, Natalie Hemby, Chase McGill, Rachel Wammack, Greylan James and Catie Offerman.

Notable cuts include the Grammy-winning “Humble & Kind” by Tim McGraw, Grammy-nominated “Break Up in the End” by Cole Swindell and “When Someone Stops Loving You” by Little Big Town, Michael Ray’s biggest-selling single to date, “Think a Little Less,” and the late, great Andrew Dorff’s “Yours if You Want It” by Rascal Flatts.

“Music is being released at a faster rate than ever before,” Gordon notes. “With more songs and artists constantly being pumped into the marketplace, you need truly great songs and artists to rise above the noise.”