Filed under: Country News
Frederick Breedon, WireImage
has often said that awards for his songwriting mean the most. The country superstar received more of those honors this week when he was recognized by performance rights organization Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI) for several of his songs reaching more than 15 million airplays, including "How Do You Like Me Now," "Beer for My Horses," "She Never Cried in Front of Me," "God Love Her," "I Love This Bar" and "Who's Your Daddy."
This honor, known as the Million-air award, goes to songwriters, composers and publishers whose songs have had more than one million U.S. broadcast performances. Toby's awards were for both his songwriting and publishing endeavors.