Seth Mosley – Songwriter, Producer And Centricity Music Artist – Wins Five Major Awards At Annual SESAC Christian Music Awards

Mosley Receives His First Dove Award Nomination For Rock/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year

Left To Right: John Mullins, Senior Director, Writer/Publisher Relations, SESAC; Steve Rice, Centricity Publishing; Seth Mosley; Doug McKelvey, Co-writer (Eye Of The Hurricane); Tim Fink, President, Writer/Publisher Relations, SESAC

Nashville, TN (March 6, 2012) —— Seth Mosley, Me In Motion’s front man, has rapidly become one of Nashville’s most notable songwriters, and 2012 is bringing him well-deserved accolades from his peers. At the SESAC Christian Music Awards recently, Mosley won in each of five categories in which he was nominated.

National Performance Activity Award:

“EYE OF THE HURRICANE” – recorded by Me In Motion

National Performance Activity Award:

“REACH” – recorded by Peter Furler

National Performance Activity Award:

“CAN’T SHUT UP” – recorded by Anthem Lights

National Performance Activity Award:

“SAVE YOUR LIVE” – recorded by Newsboys

No. 1 Billboard Christian CHR Song:

“SAVE YOUR LIFE” – recorded by Newsboys

Mosley is a staff writer at Centricity Music Publishing, which is also home to Me In Motion’s record label, Centricity Music. He was a producer on newsboys’ Born Again project (2010), co-writing nine songs including the title track that became a multi-week No. 1 hit.  Other artists who have performed songs written by Mosley include Addison Road, Jimmy Needham, Article One and Sixteen Cities.

Centricity Music’s new publishing head, Steve Rice, can’t say enough about Mosley’s plethora of talent. “I can say with confidence that these awards are only a forewarning of what people are going to see from Seth Mosley in the coming years,” Rice exclaims. “Seth is a star songwriter, producer and artist, and he was so honored when SESAC’s Songwriter of the Year, Jason Ingram, gave him a shout out during his acceptance speech. Centricity Music Publishing is truly honored to have the opportunity to work with such an incredible young talent.”

Members of the Gospel Music Association also recognized Mosley recently for his superb songwriting skills as he received his first Dove nomination for Rock/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year (“Born Again” by Newsboys). The awards will be presented in Atlanta at the historic Fox Theatre on April 19th.

About Seth Mosley

Mosley hails from Circleville, OH and after high school graduation; he began working at a local recording studio where he began to hone his songwriting and music skills. In 2006, Mosley formed the band Me In Motion and within three years they signed with their current label, Centricity Music. Mosley co-wrote all nine songs on the group’s self-titled CD that released in 2010, and two of the tunes became top10 singles at CHR; “Eye of the Hurricane,” and “Yes We Can.”  Mosley has written hits songs for newsboys (Born Again, Save Your Life), Anthem Lights (Can’t Shut Up) Peter Furler (Reach), as well as written with/for such acts as; MercyMe, The Afters, and Phillips Craig and Dean. His production credits include; Mark Schultz, Peter Furler, Manafest, among many others.  Mosley currently lives in Nashville with his wife, Celi.

About Centricity Music Publishing

Launched in 2005, Centricity Publishing has quickly become a key player in the world of Christian song publishing.   The division of Centricity Music has placed songs in film and television that include; One Tree Hill, Jane by Design, 700 Club, the NFL Network and more.  Centricity Publishing has also expanded their writer roster to include such notable songwriters as Sam Mizell, James Tealy, Josh Bronwlewee, and Geoff Hunker, along with the artists/ writers on Centricity Music.  This successful publishing company has enjoyed radio chart success with several top songs including; “We Are” (Kari Jobe),  “Born Again”  & “Save Your Life” (newsboys), “Speechless” and “Our God Is Here” (Phillips, Craig & Dean), “Reach” & “Matter Of Faith” (Peter Furler), “Can’t Shut Up” (Anthem Lights), “Together Again” (Paul Brandt).


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