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Tree Vibez Music is an emerging music publishing company and the brainchild of hit-making superstar duo, Florida Georgia Line. Founded in 2015 by the duo’s Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard and based in Nashville, Tennessee, TVM isn't limited to any specific type of genre, and at its heart is a hunger to stay creative, work hard and bring the good vibes. Built as a home for songwriters who share FGL’s core values of trailblazing style and passionate creativity, the TVM roster includes rising talents Corey Crowder, James McNair, Cameron Montgomery, Daniel Ross and Jordan Schmidt. In its first full year of existence, the TVM team has already secured cuts by major artists such as FGL, Luke Combs, Granger Smith, and Kane Brown, and celebrated their first-ever #1 with Jason Aldean’s recording of “Lights Come On” (written by Schmidt and placed on Aldean’s THEY DON’T KNOW album). Most recently, the TVM team celebrated the #1 and DOUBLE PLATINUM Kane Brown (ft. Lauren Alaina) single "What Ifs". In addition, the company has pioneered new practices in the craft of songwriting. With the Tree Vibez Bus, writers are able to tour alongside artists as they travel from city to city, providing a space that’s more conducive to creativity and collaboration than stars have ever had on the road before. In 2017, TVM will continue to discover, inspire, and develop its stable of hit songwriters, working to spread the Tree Vibez lifestyle around the world. 

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In addition, the company has pioneered new practices in the craft of songwriting. With the Tree Vibez Bus, writers are able to tour alongside artists as they travel from city to city, providing a space that’s more conducive to creativity and collaboration than stars have ever had on the road before. In 2017, TVM will continue to discover, inspire, and develop its stable of hit songwriters, working to spread the Tree Vibez lifestyle around the world.

The Story

Tree Vibez Music is an emerging music publishing company and the brainchild of hit-making superstar duo, Florida Georgia Line. Founded in 2015 by the duo’s Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard and based in Nashville, Tennessee, TVM isn't limited to any specific type of genre, and at its heart is a hunger to stay creative, work hard and bring the good vibes. Built as a home for songwriters who share FGL’s core values of trailblazing style and passionate creativity, the TVM roster includes rising talents Corey Crowder, James McNair, Cameron Montgomery, Daniel Ross and Jordan Schmidt. In its first full year of existence, the TVM team has already secured cuts by major artists such as FGL, Luke Combs, Granger Smith, and Kane Brown, and celebrated their first-ever #1 with Jason Aldean’s recording of “Lights Come On” (written by Schmidt and placed on Aldean’s THEY DON’T KNOW album). Most recently, the TVM team celebrated the #1 and DOUBLE PLATINUM Kane Brown (ft. Lauren Alaina) single "What Ifs". In addition, the company has pioneered new practices in the craft of songwriting. With the Tree Vibez Bus, writers are able to tour alongside artists as they travel from city to city, providing a space that’s more conducive to creativity and collaboration than stars have ever had on the road before. In 2017, TVM will continue to discover, inspire, and develop its stable of hit songwriters, working to spread the Tree Vibez lifestyle around the world. 

MEET THE TEAM

The Bus

In addition, the company has pioneered new practices in the craft of songwriting. With the Tree Vibez Bus, writers are able to tour alongside artists as they travel from city to city, providing a space that’s more conducive to creativity and collaboration than stars have ever had on the road before. In 2017, TVM will continue to discover, inspire, and develop its stable of hit songwriters, working to spread the Tree Vibez lifestyle around the world.

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"What Ifs" Nominated for Top Country Song at Billboard Music Awards

"What Ifs" written by TVM's Jordan Schmidt with Kane Brown and Matt McGinn was among the nominations for Top Country Song at the Billboard Music Awards! Check out the full list of nominations HERE!

Tree Vibez Music Hosts Vibey Night At Tin Pan South

"The Tree Vibez Music round, billed with Corey Crowder, Jordan Schmidt, Daniel Ross and RaeLynn, were joined by new artists Mitchell Tenpenny and Cale Dodds and new mentor on The Voice Cassadee Pope." Read more about it HERE!

Leslie DiPiero receives MusicRow "Rising Women On The Row" Award

"Rising Women on the Row has taken its place as one of the essential dates on the Nashville music biz’s social calendar. The seventh annual such breakfast, staged by MusicRow magazine, drew a record-setting 540 attendees. The throng was there to applaud this year’s slate of honorees, Faithe Dillman, Leslie DiPiero, Becky Gardenhire, Lynn Oliver-Cline, Annie Ortmeier and Janet Weir... "“Honor the women who came before you; respect the women you work with now; mentor the women coming up behind you,” said DiPiero." Read more about it HERE!

Tree Vibez Music hosts 3 nights of next-gen country music at FGL House

"Trailblazing music publishing company TREE VIBEZ MUSIC spent the past week hosting invite-only creative summits for Nashville’s elite record companies, showcasing the next generation of work from TVM’s talent roster of hit-making tunesmiths... BBR Music Group/BMG helped kick off three days of music on Monday (3/12), with SONY Music Nashville joining in on Tuesday (3/13), and Big Machine Label Group wrapping things up on Wednesday (3/14). Each round highlighted the innovative brand of TVM songwriting, which has already made waves on the Country charts, and is poised to continue driving the format’s stylistic expansion." Read more about it HERE!

Jordan Schmidt celebrates #1 with Kane Brown's "What Ifs"

"The powerful song about taking a leap of faith when it comes to love was actually inspired by the Shel Silverstein poem, “What If,” with the title prompting writers Brown, Jordan Schmidt and Matt McGinn to ponder the existential question and turn it into music. “It’s kind of like what our song is about in a way, what if this and what if that,” Schmidt explains. “And if you focus on the what ifs you can drive yourself crazy, so we were like ‘why isn’t there a song about that?'” Read more about it HERE!