Six Songs Written by Jamie Moore

Songwriters often get overlooked, especially when exceptional artists sing their songs, but one songwriter that without a doubt deserves recognition is Jamie Moore. As it is Black History Month, we want to cover him and the work he’s done behind the scenes of your favorite country hits. Moore has been composing music with Big Loud Publishing, growing as a top-tier songwriter within the group. He’s collaborated with many well-known artists such as Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood, and Toby Mac in his previous work. Here we list six country tracks written by Jamie Moore and the artists who helped showcase Moore’s talented songwriting and composing with their voices.

1. “May We All” by Florida Georgia Line (2016)

In 2016, Moore made his breakout success with Florida Georgia Line’s certified 2x Platinum “May We All” (feat. Tim McGraw). This song quickly rose to fame, hitting #1 on Billboard’s Country category in both the US and Canada. “May We All” gives off country-music concert vibes and reminds us of the fun times with friends.

2. “Hey Highway” by Madison Kozak (2019)

Working alongside Moore, Madison Kozak created a song that spoke to her feelings and experiences. She’s a youthful country artist blazing her songwriter path, just as Moore once paved for himself. “Hey Highway” is an upbeat track that musically balances acoustic and piano and softly conveys its message.

3. “Chasin’ You” by Morgan Wallen (2019)

One of his recent country music successes is Morgan Wallen’s 2x certified platinum “Chasin’ You,” which again achieved #1 on Billboard’s Country Chart. In 2020, the track became the top song for the category. The hit is about how chasing after one person always comes first despite chasing after many things in life.

4. “Everywhere But On” by Matt Stell (2019)

Another recent song co-written by Moore was Matt Stell’s “Everywhere But On” that hit No. 1 on the country airplay chart. It’s a song that encompasses the hard times and emotions that arise when trying to get over someone and move on in life. Again, Moore’s songwriting talent becomes more apparent as Stell expresses the relatability of Moore’s work.

5. “Bad Advice” by Ingrid Andress (2020)

This song written by Moore was the opening track on Ingrid Andress’ album Lady Like. In 2021, the record became nominated for a Grammy award in the Best Country Album category. She hoped that the album would empower listeners to be who they are, especially her female audiences. This hit pop-country song could help introduce listeners to the country genre.

6. “Hello, You Up” by Sean Stemaly (2021)

Sean Stemaly, who is also signed to Big Loud Publishing, brought Moore’s song to the #1 spot on the iTunes country chart. During its release, Stemaly expressed how he connected to the music and felt a need to be the one to sing it. It’s the song to sing along to in the bar when you’re missing your past lover.

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