Centricity Publishing is making a mark on NBC’s reality-competition show Songland. Two of its staff songwriters, Steve Fee and Kyle Williams, were featured on last night’s episode, and Williams was the night’s winner with his song, “Getting Started.”
One of the most awarded and in-demand producers and songwriters in the Christian music industry, Seth Mosley, has signed a new exclusive contract that will continue his successful relationship with Centricity Publishing. In 2015 alone, Mosley won his first Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album, received the SESAC Award for Christian Songwriter of the Year and was the top winner at the Dove Awards by winning four of his five nominations that included Producer of the Year and Songwriter of the Year (Non-Artist). Currently, Seth has songs climbing the Country, Mainstream Rock, and Christian radio charts.
Steve Ford, General Manager of Centricity Music, announced today the hiring of Chad Segura as Vice-President of Centricity Publishing. In this new role, Segura will oversee the development of songwriter and artist relationships, Centricity Music’s publishing catalog, and sync opportunities. Segura, who is one of the most respected publishing executives in the Christian music industry, brings a wealth of experience to his new position that includes stints at Capitol CMG Publishing, Word Music Publishing and his own company, Meld Music.
NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Centricity Publishing took home top honors at the 2015 SESAC Christian Music Awards, held last night in Nashville. CentricSongs was named Christian Publisher of the Year, while Centricity Publishing’s Seth Mosley received the Christian Songwriter of the Year award. In addition, both CentricSongs and Mosley were recognized with seven national performance activity awards, as well as honors for the Billboard #1 song, “Fight Song,” written by Mosley and recorded by The Almost.