Hit songwriter/producer Dallas Davidson‘s Play It Again Publishing has welcomed songwriter Trea Landon to its roster. Claxton, Ga., native Landon took up music performance and songwriting during his teenage years, before putting together a band and touring around the Southeast. He moved to Nashville after attending Georgia Southern University.
Nashville-based Play It Again Publishing is also home to song crafters Kyle Fishman, Brian Kolb, Houston Phillips and Maggie Rose. The publishing outfit was founded in 2015 by Davidson and Executive VP Austin Marshall.
“We’re so excited for Trea to join the Play It Again family,” Davidson said. “There has been a lot of buzz about Trea throughout Georgia and I can’t thank my buddies back home enough, especially Charles Davidson, for introducing us. I look forward to watching Trea continue to grow as a singer-songwriter.”
“I’m so excited to have the opportunity to work with Play It Again Music Publishing,” Landon said. “Dallas [Davidson] is a great person to learn from and I’d kill to be half the writer he is.”
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