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She Let Herself Go #1 Party At BMI

 

(l-r) Harry Warner (BMI), Erv Woolsey (George Strait's Mgr), Dean Dillon and Clint Woolsey were all on hand for the #1 party honoring She Let Herself Go, written by Dean Dillon and Kerry Kirk Phillips

 

Bradley Collins (BMI) emcee'd the event

 

Hank Adam Lochlin (CMA) presents Dean with an award for the #1 song

 

Bill Gubbins (Country Weekly) presents Dean with an award for the hit song

 

Dean with one of the awards he received.  Later, he'd also be presented with an award for reaching the 2 million sold mark with The Chair by George Strait

 

Troy Tomlinson (Sony/Tree) shared a laugh with Dean while thanking him for

the hit song, She Let Herself Go

 

(l-r) Royce Risser (MCA), Bill Catino (MCA), Bradley Collins (BMI),

Tony Brown, Mike Whelan (Sony/Tree), Troy Tomlinson (Sony/Tree),

Dean Dillon, Erv Woolsey and Kerry Kurt Phillips

 

Dean spoke eloquently of how he's had such a great relationship with

George Strait, Erv Woolsey, Tony Brown and all the others involved

over the years he's written for George.

 

Dean shared the spotlight with his co-writer, Kerry Kurt Phillips

 

(l-r) Susie Sellers (Dean's fiancÚ), Dean Dillon and his mother, Florene Hill

 

Dean posed with his kids, (l-r) Jessie Jo, Chance and Brass

 

(l-r) Del Miller, Penny Dionne, J.C. Jones, Melissa Long and Troy McConnell

 

(l-r) Brian Wright, Florene Hill, Scotty Emerick and Dale Dodson

were part of the crowd celebrating the hit song by Florene's son, Dean

 

(l-r) Troy Wakefield, Brad Kennard (Song Garden) and Deborah Allen

enjoyed the #1 party

 

David Preston (BMI) and Marla Sitten (RadioActive Promotions)

 

Leah Ziliak and Danny Wells shared a smile for the camera at the

#1 party for She Let Herself Go

 

Karen Keeley, producer Tony Brown and Lorna Flowers.

Tony produced the #1 song.

 

(l-r) David Preston, CJ Jones and Ronny Bowman