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Interview with Songwriter Brock Berryhill Download

37:26 Download November 7th, 2020

Brock Berryhill is a Multi-Platinum Songwriter, Producer, Multi-Instrumentalist from Nashville, Tn.  He has performed in over 35 countries since the age of 19 and opened for acts such as Kane Brown, Parmalee, Kansas, Collective Soul and Candlebox.‬ 

As a Producer, he has produced songs for artists such as, Brantley Gilbert, ‪Jake Owen‬, ‪Kane Brown‬, ‪Chris Janson‬, Darryl Worley, and ‪Twenty One Pilots‬. 

His songwriting credits include #1 Songs, “Good as You by Kane Brown, “Homesick” by Kane Brown, “What Happens in a Small Town” by Brantley Gilbert/Lindsay Ell  

He also has the current radio single by Kenny Chesney “Happy Does,” “Hard Days” by Brantley Gilbert and “Now You Know” by Jon Langston.  He was also a co-writer on the song “Found You” by ‪Kane Brown‬ which is a RIAA certified Gold single.  

Brock has had songs he’s co-written recorded by Kenny Chesney, ‪Jake Owen‬, ‪Jason Aldean‬, ‪Kane Brown‬, ‪Parmalee‬,‪Tyler Farr‬, ‪Chris Janson‬, & Jon Langston. 

In this episode of 100 Years of Radio -100 Years of Hit Makers, we sit down with songwriter Brock Berryhill to hear stories behind the lyrics and songs he helps create.  

100 Years of Radio – 100 Years of Hit Makers special podcast series is produced in partnership with Beasley Media Group, XPERI (HD Radio), and BMI in celebration of the 100-year anniversary of the first commercial radio broadcast. 

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