Chris DuBois: Difference between revisions

No change in size ,  2 years ago
no edit summary
Tags: Mobile edit Mobile web edit
Tags: Mobile edit Mobile web edit
As a songwriter, DuBois has had more than 30 Top 20 singles including 17 songs that have reached #1. DuBois has been the recipient of over 30 ASCAP awards and in 2004 was named ASCAP Country Songwriter of the Year.<ref name = "ASCAP" >Price, Deborah Evans (November 20, 2004). “Thrasher, DuBois Top ASCAP Writers”. Billboard, p. 61.</ref> DuBois was also named NSAI Songwriter of the Year for 2010 and 2011.<ref name="NSAI">[http://nashvillesongwriters.com/news.php?viewStory=41 "NSAI"] Retrieved on 2011-10-19.</ref>
 
DuBois began serving as Paisley’s executive producer in 2005 on the album ''[[Time Well Wasted]]'' which won ACM and CMA awards for Album of the Year.<ref name="ACM">[http://www.acmcountry.com Academy of Country Music]</ref><ref name="CMA">[http://cmaawards.cmaworld.com/nominees/view-past-winners/ Country Music Association Past Winners] {{webarchive |url=https://web.archive.org/web/20120128015114/http://cmaawards.cmaworld.com/nominees/view-past-winners/ |date=January 28, 2012 }} Retrieved on 2011-10-19.</ref> DuBois has continued his role as executive producer for the Paisley albums ''[[5th Gear (album)|5th Gear]]'', ''[[American Saturday Night]]'', ''[[This is Country Music]]'', ''[[Wheelhouse (album)|Wheelhouse]]'' and ‘’[[Moonshine Inin Thethe Trunk (album by Brad Paisley)|Moonshine Inin The Trunk]]’’. Chris also co-produced the breakout WB debut album for [[Chris Janson]] and “[[Fix a Drink]]” from the Chris Janson album “[[Everybody (Chris Janson album)|Everybody]].”
 
==Charting Singles==
18

edits