Brandy Clark Signs With Warner Bros. Records

Brandy Clark. Photo: David McClister

Brandy Clark. Photo: David McClister

Brandy Clark has signed a recording contract with Warner Bros. Records in Los Angeles. Clark, who is currently a CMA nominee for New Artist of the Year and Song of the Year (for co-writing Kacey Musgraves‘ “Follow Your Arrow”), was previously signed with Slate Creek Records, recording home to Angaleena Presley.

“I am thrilled to be working with Dan McCarroll and the Warner Bros. LA staff,” Clark said. “I’m so lucky to have a musical home that embraces and encourages originality and creativity. I’m so excited to be making music with them and look forward to this next step in my career.”

“Brandy is an accomplished songwriter, well-regarded in the country music scene and with multiple No. 1 singles under her belt,” said Dan McCarroll, president of Warner Bros. Records. “I speak for the entire Burbank team when I say how thrilled we are to welcome such a gifted country artist into the Warner Bros. Records family. She’s a tremendous talent with great promise, and we can’t wait to help take her career as a recording artist to the next level.”

Clark released the critically acclaimed album 12 Stories in 2013. The album featured the singles “Stripes,” “Pray To Jesus,” and “Hungover,” and peaked at No. 2 on Billboard‘s Heatseekers Chart. As a songwriter, Clark also penned No. 1 songs for The Band Perry (“Better Dig Two”), and Miranda Lambert (“Mama’s Broken Heart”). She is currently touring as part of Eric Church‘s Outsider’s Tour.

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