Still Working Music is a publishing company founded in 1990 by Barbara Orbison- music executive and wife of the legendary singer-songwriter, Roy Orbison. Today, Alex Orbison (Roy and Barbara’s youngest son), continues to run the family business. Major artists including Tim McGraw, Conway Twitty, Alan Jackson, One Direction, Celine Dion, Joe Walsh, Faith Hill, Rod Stewart, Blake Shelton, Rascal Flatts, Gary Allan and many more have all cut songs from Still Working Music’s fantastic catalog and the list continues to grow!
Notable chart-topping hits include Taylor Swift’s “You Belong With Me” and “Untouchable,” George Strait’s “River Of Love,” Reba McEntire and Brooks & Dunn’s “If You See Him/If You See Her,” Tim McGraw’s “She’s My Kind Of Rain,” Martina McBride’s “Wrong Again,” Diamond Rio’s “Beautiful Mess,” Darius Rucker’s “Don’t Think I Don’t Think About It,” and Brooks & Dunn’s “Play Something Country.”
Still Working Music writers have seen international success with smash hits around the globe such as UK artist Pixie Lott’s “All About Tonight,” Australian pop singer/actress Delta Goodrem’s “In This Life,” two cuts on the 7x platinum One Direction album Take Me Home, and a #1 hit in 17 countries with the Lost Frequencies’ remix of “Are You With Me.”
Still Working Music is based in Nashville, TN and is proud to have BMG Chrysalis as a publishing partner.
- Blake Shelton featuring Gwen Sebastian “My Eyes” (#1)—Tommy Lee James
- Blake Shelton “Good Country Song” (album cut on Bringing Back The Sunshine)—Tommy Lee James
- Swon Brothers “Pray For You”—Tommy Lee James (current single), “This Side Of Heaven”—Ryan Lafferty, “Breaking”—Derrick Southerland
- John & Jacob “Be My Girl”, “Ride With Me”, “Breaking The Law”—Derrick Southerland
- Will Hoge “Middle Of America”—Tommy Lee James (single)
- Tim Hicks “She Don’t Drink Whiskey Anymore” (single)
- Chase Bryant “Take It On Back” (TLJ/Chase, single), “Change Your Name” (TLJ/Chase), “A Little Bit Of You” (Chase), “Wayfarer Weather” (Chase), “Jet Black Pontiac” (Chase)
- Celine Dion “Didn’t Know Love”—Tommy Lee James
- Lost Frequencies “Are You With Me” #1 in 17 countries by Tommy Lee James/Terry McBride/Shane McAnally