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Corey Crowder joins Tree Vibez Music

The songwriter/producer signs to the Florida Georgia Line founded publishing company.

Corey Crowder with Tree Vibez Music
Credit: Ed Rode

Songwriter/producer Corey Crowder has signed to Tree Vibez Music.

The music publishing company, founded by Florida Georgia Line, has added the hitmaker responsible for Chris Young’s platinum number 1 singles I’m Comin’ Over and Think of You featuring Cassadee Pope to their roster.

“Corey is the complete package: a singer’s singer, a writer’s writer and a musician’s musician. He’s a perfect fit for Tree Vibez Music and on top of it all he’s a joy to be around,” says TVM General Manager Leslie DiPiero.

Crowder was raised in Loganville, Georgia and is best-known for his work with Chris Young. As well as his number one hits, Crowder has produced Young’s albums It Must Be Christmas and his new album Losing Sleep.

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Outside of his work with Young, Crowder co-wrote Top 20 hit (This Ain’t No) Drunk Dial for A Thousand Horses and multiple Top 10 Canadian hits for Jess Moskaluke and Tim Hicks. He’s also had his songs recorded by Chris Janson, Justin Moore, Jon Pardi, Cole Swindell, Michael Ray and Kenny Rogers.


Crowder’s songs have appeared on TV shows such as Nashville, One Tree Hill, The Biggest Loser, The Real World and Gainesville. He has also produced projects for Cale Dodds, Seth Ennis, James Otto, Eric Paslay and Jamie Lynn Spears.

Says Crowder, “What many may not know is Tyler, BK and I go back long before any of us came to Nashville. So I am beyond excited to officially be a part of their family after all of these years!”

Crowder joins a roster that includes Jordan Schmidt (Jason Aldean’s Lights Come On), James McNair (Luke Combs’ Beer Can and Out There), Cameron Montgomery (Ryan Follese’s Put a Label On It), and Daniel Ross.

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Picture caption: Pictured (Front L-R): Tree Vibez Co-Founder Tyler Hubbard, Crowder, Tree Vibez Co-Founder Brian Kelley. (Back L-R): Tree Vibez Creative Director/Tour Manager Adam Romaine and General Manager Leslie DiPiero, ASCAP Vice President of Membership Michael Martin


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