Don’t let the white picket fence and red front door fool you.

There’s some serious music business going on behind this quaint exterior.

Sure, the Tom-Leis Music address on Nashville’s Music Row looks like home, but it’s really just temporary housing for great songs. Melodies born on the other side of that red door rarely stay there. That’s because Creative Partner Leslie T. DiPiero and her talented team have an uncanny knack for music matchmaking—placing songs with artists, releasing them out into the world where they really belong. Think “That’s Why I Pray” (Big & Rich) , “Never Alone (Lady Antebellum), “Boots On” (Randy Houser), “There’s the Sun” (Kix Brooks)—to name a few. Amazing songs like those simply can’t be (white picket) fenced in.

Though great songs only get ‘temporary housing’ here, Tom-Leis Music is built on a solid, stay-put foundation. Backed by corporate investment and fueled by a track record of industry success, Tom-Leis declares its independence in music publishing while still forging major label connections, supporting a staff of versatile writers and representing multiple catalogs of songs primed and ready to make the cut.

Want to know more about what goes on behind that red door?  Take a listen...


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