Lee Thomas Miller

A Kentucky native, Lee is very active in NSAI’s lobbying efforts in Washington, D.C., and has made a number of trips to Washington, D.C., for the organization.  His song, “In Color” by Jamey Johnson, was named 2009 ACM and CMA Song of the Year.  His song, “You’re Gonna Miss This” by Trace Adkins, was named 2008 NSAI Song of the Year and 2009 ACM Single of the Year.  He has had #1 singles with Brad Paisley’s “The World,” Terri Clark’s “I Just Wanna Be Mad” and Joe Nichols’ “The Impossible” (2003 Grammy nominee for Country Song of the Year). Named Music Row Magazine’s 2003 Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year, Lee’s songwriting credits include Brad Paisley’s “I'm Still A Guy,” Tim McGraw's "Nothing To Die For," Thomas Rhett's "Something To Do With My Hands," Amy Dalley’s “Men Don’t Change” and Blue Country’s “That’s Cool,” as well as cuts by Sammy Kershaw, BlackHawk, Mark Wills, John Michael Montgomery, Andy Griggs, Joe Nichols, Terri Clark, Tracy Byrd, Tracy Lawrence, Randy Travis, Rhett Akins, Amy Dalley, Blue County, Billy Currington, Katrina Elam, George Canyon, and Linda Davis.

[For more on Lee, visit his official website at leethomasmiller.com.]