|Associated acts||Luke Bryan, Jake Owen, Parmalee|
In 2013 Tommy Cecil signed with Broadcast Music, Incorpirated (BMI), after performing at the Key West Songwriters Festival earlier that year. Later, in 2015, Cecil signed a co-publishing deal with Missi Gallimore and Sony/ATV Music Publishing after the single "Home Alone Tonight", which he co-wrote with Luke Bryan, was released. Cecil is one of the four writers who wrote Luke Bryan's #1 hit single, "Home Alone Tonight", which was released in 2016. The other writers on this song include Jaida Dreyer, Cole Taylor, and Jody Stevens.  In 2018 Cecil co-wrote "Good Company", published by Curb/Word Music Publishing, with Matt Alderman and Jared Mullins. It was chosen as a publishers pick for the 3rd annual AIMP Nashville Awards.  His most recent work proves to be successful with the #2 chart topper "I Was Jack (You Were Diane)" recorded by Jake Owen and co-written by Cecil, Jody Stevens, David Ray, Craig Wiseman and John Mellencamp. 
These are some of Cecil's most notable co-written songs.
- "Seasons Change", recorded by Scotty McCreery on his album Seasons Change
- "Home In My Mind", recorded by Scotty McCreery on his album Seasons Change
- "American Nights", recorded by Parmalee on their album 27861
- "Mimosas", recorded by Parmalee on their album 27861
- "Hotdamnalama", recorded by Parmalee on their album 27861
- "Everybody Lives", recorded by Granger Smith on his album When The Good Guy Wins
- "Rockstars", recorded by Kane Brown on his self titled album
- "Do You Think About Me", recorded by Dylan Scott on his self titled album
- Nicholson, Jessica (17 November 2015). "Sony/ATV, Missi Gallimore Sign Tommy Cecil". MusicRow - Nashville's Music Industry Publication - News, Songs From Music City. MusicRow. Retrieved 26 January 2018.
- "Nominees Announced For 3rd Annual AIMP Nashville Awards « American Songwriter". American Songwriter. 2018-04-11. Retrieved 2018-07-19.
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