Big Loud Records Appoints National Director of Promotion

Stacy Blythe

Stacy Blythe

Big Loud Records has added Stacy Blythe as the newly launched label’s National Director of Promotion. Blythe will report directly to label President Clay Hunnicutt. Big Loud Records was founded by manager Seth England, producer Joey Moi, songwriter Craig Wiseman, and manager Kevin “Chief” Zaruk, along with Hunnicutt.

Blythe’s previous career stops include Category 5 Records, 1720 Entertainment and Stoney Creek Records. She most recently served as Republic Nashville’s Southeast Promotion Manager.

“When we started Big Loud Records, we dreamed of having someone of Stacy’s caliber on our team,” shares BLR’s Hunnicutt. “Now it’s happened and we could not be happier. We know that Stacy will play an integral role in the growth of our artists and company.”

Blythe adds, “I am beyond honored that Clay, Seth, Craig, Joey and Chief have invited me to be a part of building Big Loud Records from the ground up. Upon hearing the music that the label is set to release, I instantly knew that I had to be involved in delivering it to our friends at country radio. I am ecstatic to have the opportunity to embark on this new journey surrounded by the passion and creativity that this team possesses.”

Beginning Sept. 15, Blythe can be reached by email at [email protected] or by phone at 615-887-9860. Additional Big Loud Records team members will be announced in coming months.

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