Phil Barton Wins Inaugural Overseas Recognition
April 6, 2016

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Liz Rose Music/Warner-Chappell writer and Australian native Phil Barton won the inaugural Overseas Recognition Award at last night's 2016 APRA Awards, hosted by the Australian Performing Rights Association.

Barton also won the Blues and Roots Work of the Year award for the song "Days of Gold," which was co-written with Lindsay Rimes and Thomas Busby, and performed by Australian act Busby Marou. The song has just been licensed as the theme song for the 2018 Australian Commonwealth Games.

He is a big part of MDM Recordings, working with Jess Moskaluke and Chad Brownlee on many of their songs, including Jess' single "Elevator" and Chad's singles "Back to You," "Wreck Me," and "Burn for You."

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