Derek Fuhrmann


"Derek Fuhrmann penned reigning American Idol winner, Phillip Phillips’ second single, “Gone, Gone, Gone.” Selling more than 2.1 Million copies to date, ‘Gone’ went #1 at Triple A and AC radio as well as #2 at Hot AC. The also platinum-selling album, “The World from the Side of the Moon,” included one other song co-written by Fuhrmann (“Get Up, Get Down”) and debuted at #4 on The Billboard 200.
Furhmann has been the lead singer and primary songwriter of the pop rock band, Crash Motive. He has co-writen three songs for O.A.R.’s 7th studio album, “King” including the hit single, “Heaven.”, and a selection of tracks for Five for Fighting’s album, “Bookmarks”.
He later signed a publishing deal and has since worked with Gregg Wattenberg at Arcade Songs. Fuhrmann works out of Los Angeles.
(Profile on Arcade songs and Profile on retrieved march 2021)"

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Recording Credits

So Much More Than This
Role: Drum machine programming

So Much More Than This
Role: Producer

So Much More Than This
Role: Acoustic guitar, bass guitar, percussion, Keyborad and background vocals