Eleven Eleven Music Group Opens In Nashville
March 23, 2012 at 7:03 AM (PT)
Veteran music publishers JEWEL COBURN and JASON MORRIS have jointly opened ELEVEN ELEVEN MUSIC GROUP in NASHVILLE. The company currently represents songwriters LAUREN LUCAS, DOUG GILL, ANGELA KASET and WENDY WALDMAN and has already scored its first cut -- a DON WILLIAMS/ALISON KRAUSS recording of GILL’s “I Just Come Here For The Music.” The song appears on WILLIAMS’ “And So It Goes” album, due out JUNE 19th.
COBURN, who continues to co-own TEN TEN MUSIC GROUP, and MORRIS will share the duties of scouting new songwriters, pitching songs and assessing catalogs. MORRIS has represented NASHVILLE publishers and songwriters for the past 20 years, during which he secured cuts by REBA MCENTIRE, BROOKS & DUNN, ALAN JACKSON, GEORGE JONES and RASCAL FLATTS, among others.