Writer

FEATURED WRITER

TOMMY LEE JAMES

Tommy is a songwriter based out of Nashville. Known for his ability to
write poignant ballads, he is a true storyteller.

Tommy has had six number one country songs to his credit including,
“She’s My Kind of Rain” by Tim McGraw, “Wrong Again” by Martina
McBride, “What I Really Meant to Say” by Cyndi Thomson, “If You See
Him/If You See Her” by Reba McEntire/Brooks and Dunn, “A Man
This Lonely” by Brooks and Dunn, and “And Still” by Reba McEntire.

Tommy has also had songs recorded in a variety of genres and by diverse artists including Taylor Swift, Pussycat Dolls, Rascal Flatts, Delta Goodrem, Orianthi, Gary Allan, Trisha Yearwood, 98 degrees, Lonestar, Emerson Drive, Jo Dee Messina, Brian McFadden, Jamelia, Marie Serneholt, Days Difference and many others.

A writer for Nashville’s award-winning Still Working Music, Tommy’s
songwriting collaborations have taken him all over world to cities
including London, Dublin, Stockholm, Sydney, Oslo, New York and Los Angeles.

His song, “Today,” performed by Gary Allen, is currently a Billboard hit.

To read about previous “Featured Writer” Al Kasha, click here.

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