Mansion Entertainment Develops Music Publishing Division

Franklin, TN (Mansion Entertainment) February 8th, 2011 – In a relatively short amount of time, Mansion

Pictured in the Mansion writer's room in February (clockwise, left to right): David Darst of Palmetto State, Bill Traylor and John Mathis of Mansion, songwriter John Lemonis

Entertainment has emerged as a premier source of Southern Gospel music representing such artists as The Hoppers, Triumphant Quartet, Palmetto State Quartet, Three Bridges and Allison Durham Speer. To support its contributions to Southern Gospel, Mansion offers a state of the art recording studio, the grandest theater stages, highest quality television and video production facilities based in Branson, MO as well as full-service marketing, distribution and product development through its family of record labels based in Franklin, TN.

You can now add a music publishing division to the host of Mansion offerings. Already on board the writing team for the publishing arm of the company are songwriters such as David Darst (Palmetto State Quartet), Victoria Shirey (The Shireys), Marty, Kenya and Larry Wilhite (The Wilhites), Janene Dubbeld (Mark Dubbeld Family) and Kent Holland. Media Promotion & Publishing director John Mathis oversees this aspect of the company and states, “It’s our goal to utilize our facilities and relationships to craft some of tomorrow’s great songs. We’re searching for new exclusive writers to bring on board as we currently network with other writers and publishers to produce the best product we can for the artists who in turn produces their best product for the Southern Gospel listener. We’re excited to be a part of that process.”

A mark of achievement has been reached this year by the publishing side of Mansion with their first song on the charts, “Don’t That Sound Like Heaven” by Palmetto State Quartet. For more information regarding Mansion publishing, contact John Mathis at 615-807-1917 ext 213 or by email at