Josh Kerr has re-upped with Black River Publishing. Kerr currently has a Top 10 hit on the charts with Kelsea Ballerini’s “Love Me Like You Mean It,” and penned four tunes on Ballerini’s debut CD.
Kerr’s first single at country radio was “Lay It On Me,” recorded by Curb artist Dylan Scott. He also recently celebrated his first No. 1, “Heartbeat” by Jasmine Rae in Australia, and is producing Sarah Ross’ upcoming project on the Average Joes label.
“Josh, at 23 years of age, is fast making a name for himself in the industry,” said Celia Froehlig, Vice President of Black River Publishing. “We are so thrilled to continue working with such a great talent.”
“In the last three years, Black River has really made a name for themselves because of the outstanding people there. The energy continues to grow and change, adding to the air that was already here from Celia and Josh Osborne,” said Kerr. “We all want to come up together and see each other’s successes, which is so exciting. It is such an honor to be a part of this family.”
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