Daywind Music Publishing welcomes home the award-winning Gerald Crabb

unnamedHENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. (Nov. 5, 2014) – Daywind Music Publishing is thrilled to announce that the award-winning Gerald Crabb has recently signed an exclusive agreement to return as part of the organization’s talented roster of songwriters.

“I am very excited about coming back home to the Daywind family,” emphasizes Crabb. “I spent 10 very successful years with Ed Leonard, Rick Shelton and Dottie Leonard Miller. I am looking forward to working with them again – as well as Chad Green (Daywind Music Publishing’s Senior Creative Director) – and co-writing with the all-star lineup of staff writers.”

Crabb has written more than 400 songs and has 22 national No. 1 songs, and he was also the founder of the award-winning Crabb Family. His hits have been recorded by artists such as the Crabb Family, Randy Travis, Marie Osmond, Marty Raybon, Larry Sparks, the Gaither Vocal Band, Donnie McClurkin, the Hoppers, Karen Peck & New River, and the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir.

Among a host of songwriter of the year awards, Crabb was named the songwriter of the year at the 2011 Gospel Music Association Dove Awards. He was also honored with the 2011 Dove Award for song of the year for the song “Sometimes I Cry,” performed by his son Jason Crabb.

“The homecoming of a family member is always a happy occasion,” explains Daywind Vice President of Music Publishing Rick Shelton. “With the return of Gerald Crabb, Daywind Publishing is certainly celebrating. We have experienced extraordinary success together through the years. His music will continue to provide the material – for today’s artists – that grabs hold of a listener and blesses their soul with encouragement. I can’t wait to hear Gerald’s new songs as they are inspired.”

Daywind Music Publishing is the premier source of new songs for the Southern Gospel and church print/choral markets. The organization is home to an award-winning roster of songwriters. For more information, visit  or e-mail

For more information on Gerald Crabb, visit his web site