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Published: 12/11/2008

SESAC has announced the signing of songwriter Kim Tribble for representation. Tribble, who has written hits for artists as diverse as Gary Allen, Shania Twain and rock group Journey, co-wrote the next Montgomery Gentry single "One In Every Crowd."  Tribble stopped by SESAC's Nashville headquarters with representatives of RPM Music Group to celebrate the event.

Kim Tribble
Pictured (left to right): SESAC's Shannan Tipton-Neese, RPM Music Group's Blake Chancey, Kim Tribble, RPM Music Group's Scott Siman, RPM Music Group's Sam Ramage and SESAC's Tim Fink.

Photo: Ed Rode

Raised in the famed music center of Muscle Shoals, Alabama, Kim was heavily influenced by his rich musical surroundings. From country to pop, from gospel to over 60 major commercial jingles, his credits prove he can do it all when it comes to songwriting. Bob Montgomery brought Kim to Nashville, and soon after, he was signed to Tree Publishing. Kim has had more than 300 cuts by artists ranging from Journey to Shania Twain in almost every genre. Some of his hits include “A Feeling Like That” (Gary Allan),“It’s My Time” (Martina McBride), “Guys Do It All the Time” (Mindy McCready), “Out With a Bang/Loco” (David Lee Murphy), “I Can Still Feel You” (Collin Raye), “People Like Us” (Aaron Tippin), “Addicted To a Dollar” (Doug Stone), “On a Mission” (Trick Pony).