New publishing house Fruition Songs has signed on to represent the catalogs of singer/songwriters Laurie Webb, Cyndy Fike, Laura Reed and Jim Reilley.
“Our company is about making music that matters. I am extremely proud of the catalog of songs we have built.” said Fruition Songs Managing Partner Ashley Worley.
Webb, aka LollieVox, was a staff writer at Curb Music Publishing, earning a cut with LeAnn Rimes and several film placements before popping through as an artist with 2005’s “Aren’t You Clever.”
Fike hails from Texas but recorded her solo debut album as Miss Oneida in Nashville with engineer Mark Nevers.
Reed recently signed a publishing deal with EMI/Sony ATV, and was honored with a 2014 NIMA award as Best R&B Solo Artist.
Reilley moved to Nashville in 1998, and has penned songs recorded by Vince Gill, Hal Ketchum, Sam Bush and more.
Fruition Songs is spearheaded by veteran creative executives Worley and Rachel Kice, with entrepreneur Brad Baack.