Little Extra Music president Lisa Ramsey Perkins has signed songwriter Tia Sillers to a worldwide publishing agreement. Sillers has written hit singles for Alan Jackson, the Dixie Chicks, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and others. She co-wrote “That’d Be Alright” (Alan Jackson), “There’s Your Trouble” (The Dixie Chicks), “Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love” (Trisha Yearwood), among other tunes.
“Tia Sillers is such an amazing, soulful and prolific writer,” said Ramsey Perkins. “Her streak of award winning, hit songs, speaks for itself. Grammys, ACM and CMA Song of the Year for ‘I Hope You Dance,’ and the list goes on! The talent and energy she brings to our company is unparalleled. We couldn’t be more excited to have her a part of our Little Extra Music family!”
Little Extra Music was started by Lisa Ramsey Perkins in 2013 and offers full-service music publishing as well as independent A&R and consulting for select clients. Others signed to the roster include Carolyn Dawn Johnson, Will Bowen, Kylie Sackley, and Kelsey Anna.
Singer-songwriter K.T. Oslin has signed with Red River Entertainment, and is set to release the new project Simply, her first album in 15 years. The album will feature new arrangements of hits including “Younger Men,” “80’s Ladies,” and “Hold Me.”
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