Sea Gayle Music

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Sea Gayle Music
Founded 1999
Founder Chris DuBois
Brad Paisley
Frank Rogers
Country of origin United States
Location Nashville, Tennessee
Official website http://www.seagayle.com

Sea Gayle Music is an independent music publishing company based in Nashville, Tennessee in the United States. It was formed in 1999 by songwriter Chris DuBois, songwriter/producer Frank Rogers, and songwriter/artist Brad Paisley.[1] In 2010 and 2011, Sea Gayle Music was named ASCAP Country Publisher of the Year. This is the first time since 1982 that an independent music publishing company has won this award. Sea Gayle Music is also the parent company to the record label Sea Gayle Records.

Current Writers[edit]

Past Writers[edit]

Charting Singles[edit]

Number One Songs[edit]

Year Song Artist Peak chart positions
US Country R&R / Aircheck
2014 Drink A Beer Luke Bryan #1 #1
Yeah Joe Nichols #1 #1
2013 Southern Girl Tim McGraw #2 #1
Beat This Summer Brad Paisley #2 #1
Southern Comfort Zone Brad Paisley #2 #1
2012 Love's Gonna Make It Alright George Strait #3 #1
2011 Remind Me Brad Paisley #1 #1
Old Alabama Brad Paisley #1 #1
This Darius Rucker #1 #1
2010 Anything Like Me Brad Paisley #1 #1
Come Back Song Darius Rucker #1 #1
Water Brad Paisley #1 #1
American Saturday Night Brad Paisley #2 #1
2009 Welcome to the Future Brad Paisley #2 #1
Alright Darius Rucker #1 #1
Then Brad Paisley #1 #1
It Won't Be Like This For Long Darius Rucker #1 #1
2008 Waitin’ On A Woman Brad Paisley #1 #1
Back When I Knew It All Montgomery Gentry #1 #1
I'm Still A Guy Brad Paisley #1 #1
You're Gonna Miss This Trace Adkins #1 #1
Letter To Me Brad Paisley #1 #1
2007 Online Brad Paisley #1 #1
Never Wanted Nothing More Kenny Chesney #1 #1
Lucky Man Montgomery Gentry #1 #1
Ticks Brad Paisley #1 #1
She's Everything Brad Paisley #1 #1
2006 The World Brad Paisley #1 #1
Your Man Josh Turner #1 #1
2005 Good Ride Cowboy Garth Brooks #3 #1
Mud On The Tires Brad Paisley #1 #3
2003 Tough Little Boys Gary Allan #1 #1
It's Five O'Clock Somewhere Alan Jackson with Jimmy Buffett #1 #1
19 Somethin' Mark Wills #1 #1
2002 I’m Gonna Miss Her Brad Paisley #1 #1
2000 We Danced Brad Paisley #1 #1
1999 He Didn't Have To Be Brad Paisley #1 #1

Other Hits[edit]

Year Song Artist Peak chart positions
US Country R&R / Aircheck
2014 Cold One Eric Church #20 #20
River Bank Brad Paisley #2 #2
The Mona Lisa Brad Paisley #19 #18
2013 Easy Sheryl Crow #17 #17
Crying On A Suitcase Casey James #14 #14
2012 Did It For The Girl Greg Bates #5 #5
Shinin' On Me Jerrod Neimann #17 #16
Something To Do With My Hands Thomas Rhett #15 #15
Better Than I Used To Be Tim McGraw #5 #5
Camouflage Brad Paisley #15 #14
2011 One More Drinkin' Song Jerrod Niemann #13 #13
This Is Country Music Brad Paisley #2 #2
What Do You Want Jerrod Niemann #4 #4
2010 This Ain't Nothin' Craig Morgan #13 #13
Keep On Lovin' You Steel Magnolia #4 #4
History In The Making Darius Rucker #3 #3
2009 Nothin' To Die For Tim McGraw #5 #5
Marry For Money Trace Adkins #14 #14
In Color Jamey Johnson #9 #9
2008 Another Try Josh Turner (feat. Trisha Yearwood) #15 #15
2007 The More I Drink Blake Shelton #19 #19
2006 Love You Jack Ingram #12 #12
Swing Trace Adkins #20 #20
2005 Alcohol Brad Paisley #4 #4
Arlington Trace Adkins #16 #15
If Something Should Happen Darryl Worley #9 #9
What's A Guy Gotta Do Joe Nichols #4 #3
2004 Little Moments Brad Paisley #2 #3
I Love You This Much Jimmy Wayne #6 #6
2003 Celebrity Brad Paisley #3 #3
I Wish You'd Stay Brad Paisley #7 #8
2002 Wrapped Around Brad Paisley #2 #2
2001 Two People Fell in Love Brad Paisley #4 #4
2000 Me Neither Brad Paisley #18 #16
1999 Who Needs Pictures Brad Paisley #12 #10
1997 Another You David Kersh #3 #2

Awards[edit]

  • 2000 MusicRow Song of the Year – "He Didn’t Have To Be" by Brad Paisley
  • 2004 Grammy Award for Best Country Song – "It's Five O’Clock Somewhere" by Alan Jackson with Jimmy Buffett
  • 2004 ASCAP Country Song of the Year - "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" by Alan Jackson with Jimmy Buffett
  • 2008 MusicRow Song of the Year – “Letter To Me” by Brad Paisley
  • 2008 Academy of Country Music Song of the Year – "In Color" by Jamey Johnson
  • 2009 Country Music Association Song of the Year – "In Color" by Jamey Johnson
  • 2009 MusicRow Song of the Year – "In Color" by Jamey Johnson
  • 2009 NSAI Country Song of the Year – "Waitin' On A Woman" by Brad Paisley
  • 2010 ASCAP Country Publisher of the Year
  • 2011 ASCAP Country Publisher of the Year

References[edit]

  1. ^ Miner, Maurice. "Full Force Gayle", ASCAP Playback Magazine, June 2004. Retrieved on 2010-6-11.