Rose has co-written hits for artists including Taylor Swift, Little Big Town and Eli Young Band.
“Words matter and the words that Liz Rose has put into the musical songbook have really mattered,” said Ben Vaughn, president & CEO, WCM Nashville. “She is the force behind so many songs that have won the coveted Song of the Year award at all of the major music award shows. She is unstoppable, unflappable, and we are so happy to continue our partnership."
“Over the past six years Ben and everyone at Warner Chappell have been the best partners I could have asked for,” said Rose. “I look forward to exploring even more opportunities for my music and for the music from all of our wonderful songwriters at Liz Rose Music.”
Rose recently co-wrote Miranda Lambert’s single, It All Comes Out in the Wash, with Lambert, Lori McKenna and Hillary Lindsey as part of the songwriting trio, The Love Junkies. The group are also behind Carrie Underwood’s Cry Pretty.
She launched Liz Rose Music in 2010 with her son Scott Ponce as a home to rising songwriters. The roster currently includes Joe Fox, Phil Barton, Emily Shackelton, Seth Ennis, Cameron Bedell, Alyssa Micaela, Nick Boyd, Cassidy Daniels, and Caitlin Rose, with writer catalogues from Corey Crowder, Jesse Walker, Jeff Middleton, Chuck Wicks, and Stephony Smith.