Little Extra Music Signs Tia Sillers
March 11, 2015 at 1:14 PM (PT)
LITTLE EXTRA MUSIC has signed songwriter TIA SILLERS to a worldwide publishing agreement.
"TIA SILLERS is such an amazing, soulful and prolific writer," said LITTLE EXTRA MUSIC President RAMSEY PERKINS. "Her streak of award-winning, hit songs speaks for itself. GRAMMYs, ACM and CMA Song Of The Year for 'I Hope You Dance,' and the list goes on! The talent and energy she brings to our company is unparalleled. We couldn't be more excited to have her a part of our LITTLE EXTRA MUSIC family!"
Some of SILLERS' singles include ALAN JACKSON's "That'd Be Alright," THE DIXIE CHICKS' "There's Your Trouble," TRISHA YEARWOOD's "Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love," and as mentioned, LEE ANN WOMACK's "I Hope You Dance," among many others.
"I've wanted to work with LISA RAMSEY PERKINS for more than a decade," said SILLERS. "As a publisher, she has that magical combination of hyper-focus, true love of creativity and never-say-die attitude. She knows when to encourage, when to pull out the bull-whip and when to leave us poor angst-riddled songwriters alone."