Nickel City Publishing handles the extensive song catalog of Phil Dillon and is a part of Nickel City Music. Located in Nashville, the company has been in business since 1995.

As President and owner, Phil oversees the day-to-day operations of the company and works closely with Shar’n Clark who is the company’s song plugger and copyright administrator.

In 1995 Phil scored the company’s first cut on his song “Now That We’re Not a Family” when it was recorded by Lisa Brokop on her self titled album for Capitol Records.

The catalog spans a variety of Blues, Rock, Country and Pop genres.

Some of Phil’s C0-Writers

Billy Henderson

“10,000 Angels”
“Politically Uncorrect”

Stuart Ziff

“Thinkin’ Problem”

Carson Whitsett

“Dear Me”
“Mississippi Moon”
“Don’t Give Up On Us”

Harry Stinson

“Wild Angels”

Paul Craft

“Keep Me From Blowin’ Away”
“Drop Kick Me Jesus…”
“Come As You Were”
“Brother Jukebox”

Larry Wayne Clark

“Drinkin’ Me Lonely Tonight”

Tom Hambridge

“Every Time I Hear Your Name”

Jimmy Nalls

“Ain’t No Stranger to The Blues”