Up-and-coming country artist Jared Ashley has signed an exclusive management agreement with Ohio-based Blaster Entertainment, and landed endorsement deals with Epiphone Guitar and Hick Stuff Apparel.
“Jared Ashley is an incredibly talented writer and performer,” said Blaster Entertainment CEO Tom Porter. “We are thrilled to have such a hard-working young artist on our roster.”
Ashley got his start as a finalist on Nashville Star, and has since built up a following through steady touring. A native of Newnan, Georgia, Ashley was recently nominated as Country Male Artist of the Year at the Georgia Music Awards.
Blaster Entertainment comprises four divisions including music, sports, media & marketing, and merchandise. Artists signed to Blaster’s record label division include Hank Williams Jr., Neal McCoy, Aaron Lewis, and Brother Trouble.