Round Hill Music’s songwriter Ashley Gorley earned a trio of CMA Triple Play Awards for a second consecutive time in his career for penning nine No. 1 songs within a 12-month period. Gorley is already the most decorated Triple Play Award recipient with 15 total trophies to his credit and he has written 47 No. 1 singles to date. A nominee for ACM Songwriter of the Year, Gorley is a writer on “Rumors”, a track nominated for ACM Single of the Year.
Mark Brown, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Round Hill Music’s Nashville office, said this about the award-winning songsmith:
“Over the course of my career I’ve had the opportunity to work with many of the most talented songwriter’s in the world. Ashley Gorley is in a class unto himself. It is truly a privilege and an honor to get to work with a writer of the caliber of Ashley Gorley.”
Ashley Gorley states, “It’s always a huge honor to celebrate with friends and collaborators at the Triple Play Awards. I’m grateful to the CMA for recognizing the work we do, and to all of the artists I’m lucky to work with.”
The nine No. 1 songs Gorley was honored for include: “What Makes You Country” (Luke Bryan), “Eyes on You” (Chase Rice), “Love Ain’t” (Eli Young), “Rumor” (Lee Brice), “Living” (Dierks Bentley), “I Don’t Know About You” (Chris Lane), “Good Vibes” (Chris Janson), “Remember You Young” (Thomas Rhett), and “Ridin’ Roads” (Dustin Lynch).