100 Years of Radio–100 Years of Hit Makers

Interview with Songwriter Nick Furlong Download

26:01 Download September 25th, 2020

Nick Furlong has come a long way from his makeshift recording studio in his bedroom. 

The Nevada native, who signed a publishing deal early on with One Republic’s Ryan Tedder, has gone on to write a variety of hits including Avicii’s “The Nights”, Steve Aoki & Walk The Moon’s “Back 2 U”, Papa Roach’s “Help”, All Time Low’s “Dirty Laundry,” and more. Most recently, Furlong co-produced and co-wrote the Kygo and Zac Brown collaboration “Someday”.  

In this episode of 100 Years of Radio -100 Years of Hit Makers, we sit down with producer and singer songwriter Nick Furlong to hear stories behind the lyrics and songs he helps create. 

100 Years of Radio – 100 Years of Hit Makers special podcast series is produced in partnership with Beasley Media Group, XPERI (HD Radio), and BMI in celebration of the 100-year anniversary of the first commercial radio broadcast. 

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