Creative Director: Emily Mueller Olson

 “All I really want is to be surrounded by great music and great people…get incredible songs floating around Nashville heard….and to help songwriters I really believe in get to where they want to be.”


  • Moved to Nashville in the summer of 2005
  • Has over 10 years of experience in publishing including stops at Disney Music Publishing, Tom-Leis Music, Pain in the Art Productions, ole, and launching her songwriter/producer/musician management business called listen + connect creative
  • Worked as the Production Assistant on almost a dozen major label projects, including Taylor Swift’s Speak Now album and The Band Perry’s self titled debut album
  • Has secured over 150 cuts for artists including Brett Young, Randy Houser, Sara Evans, Mickey Guyton, Justin Moore, Sister Hazel, and Trent Harmon

Welcome, Dominic Scott Kay to the Still Working Music Family!


Actor Dominic Scott Kay Signs Comprehensive, Multi-Faceted Deal with Still Working Music Group


February 26, 2018- Nashville, TN- Still Working Music has signed musician, director and film star Dominic Scott Kay to a comprehensive, multi-faceted, exclusive agreement involving recording, songwriting and music management.  By the time Dominic was five years old he was writing songs and performing on stage, with influences from Motown to Bluegrass. Also at a very young age, Dominic landed his first film role, playing the son of Tom Cruise’s character in Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report. Dominic would go on to play Henry Turner in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End, after providing the voice of Wilbur in Charlotte’s Web opposite Julia Roberts, Oprah, and Reba. He also directed his first film, Saving Angelo, at age 9, which starred Kevin Bacon. Now 21, Dominic still holds the record for highest working film actor under 18, having racked up nearly 50 credits to his name by his eighteenth birthday.

Born and raised in Malibu, Dominic spent the last four years in Nashville receiving an education of sorts, learning the ins and outs of studio recording and production all while honing his craft and discovering his signature sound. Now based in Bel Air, California, Dominic is perhaps most at home on the road performing.

In addition to his impressive music and film career, Dominic is an Ambassador for Mending Kids International, supports the Humane Society of the United States and SPCLA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) among other charitable organizations.

“I’ve known Dominic since the beach in Malibu and have been a huge fan since I saw him in Minority Report. When we reconnected in Nashville and I heard his music, I knew he would fit in perfectly with our Still Working family. I am excited to see what lies ahead for Dominic and honored to be part of his musical journey,” says Alex Orbison, President of Still Working Music.

Still Working Music was founded in 1990 by the late Barbara Orbison and is now run by her sons, Alex Orbison (President) and Roy Orbison, Jr. (Co-President). Still Working Music’s writers, include Grammy winners Jon Randall and Gordie Sampson and songs by Still Working writers continue to top the charts. Recent successes include Kenny Chesney’s #1, “All The Pretty Girls,” Miranda Lambert’s “Tin Man,” nominated as 2017 Country Song of the Year by both the Country Music Association and the Recording Academy, and “Are You With Me,” a #1 hit in 18 countries around the world. Still Working’s catalog also includes hits by Taylor Swift (Swift’s “You Belong With Me” is the #8 all time country song), One Direction, Blake Shelton, Tim McGraw, Brooks & Dunn, and George Strait.  Still Working Music’s extensive catalog also contains cuts by Carrie Underwood, Dierks Bentley, Rascal Flatts, Easton Corbin, Reba McEntire, Martina McBride, Faith Hill, Celine Dion, and Joe Walsh.

In addition to newly signed Dominic Scott Kay, Still Working Music proudly represents Tommy Lee James, Gordie Sampson, Jon RandallChase Bryant, Dylan Altman, and Alana Springsteen.




Dominic Scott Kay


  • Originally from Los Angeles, CA.
  • Landing his first film role in 2002, as Tom Cruise’s son in Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report, Dominic holds the record for highest working film actor under 18 with nearly 50 credits to his name by his eighteenth birthday.
  • Dominic discovered his passion for music at an early age, citing influences across all genres from motown to bluegrass.
  • Based in Bel Air, CA, Dominic spent four years not at college, but getting an education in studios in Nashville learning the ins and outs of recording and production, honing his craft and discovering his signature sound.
  • Dominic plays eleven instruments.
  • Dominic is an Ambassador for Mending Kids International and supports the Humane Society of the United States and SPCLA-Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals among other charitable organizations.

Jon Randall is a Co-Writer and Producer on Dierks Bentley’s New Album, The Mountain!

Set for release early this year, Bentley says the album owes its creative genesis to a recent experience at Telluride Bluegrass Festival – a long-running roots music gathering held each year in the Rocky Mountains resort town of Telluride, Colorado. Click here to read more about Bentley’s upcoming album, The Mountain, set for release early this year!


Rolling Stone: Miranda Lambert Leads 2017 CMA Awards Nominations

Miranda Lambert Leads 2017 CMA Awards nominations including Single of the Year and Song of the Year for “Tin Man,” written by Still Working Music Writer Jon Randall with Miranda Lambert and Jack Ingram.

Miranda Lambert leads all nominees at the 51st CMA Awards with five nominations. NBC/NBCUniversal

Kip Moore Parties His Worries Away in ‘The Bull’

“As Kip Moore preps to release his third studio album, Slowheart, on Sept. 8, he first wants to acknowledge the ups and downs he’s experienced on his way to success. Doing so with an epic lyrical metaphor in his new song “The Bull,” (written by Jon Randall and Luke Dick)…”

To see the video and to read more, click here.