Absolute Publicity Signs James Robert Webb
Bison Creek Records artist James Robert Webb has teamed with Absolute Publicity for exclusive public relations representation.
“I’m thrilled to be signing with Absolute Publicity during a time my fan base is growing and my music is reaching more and more people,” says Webb. “I strive to create music with broad appeal that stands the test of time, so it’s an honor to be among the roster of legendary country artists that Absolute Publicity represents. I look forward to living up to the name that Absolute represents.”
Absolute Publicity also represents Aaron Tippin, Bellamy Brothers, Billy Dean, Ricky Skaggs, Sammy Kershaw, Mel Tillis, Ray Stevens, Pam Tillis, and Restless Heart, among others.
Webb’s current single is “Makin’ Love Tonight.” For more information, visit jamesrobertwebb.com.
SESAC Signs George Clinton
George Clinton, primary architect of the P-Funk movement and member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, has inked a deal with SESAC.
“There’s no disputing that George Clinton is one of the most unique musicians of the past four decades. His creative genius has informed multiple generations of music lovers and he has left an indelible mark on the international music scene. We are incredibly proud to welcome Mr. Clinton to our SESAC family,”’ said John Josephson, chairman and CEO, SESAC.
“Me and SESAC are a good match,” Clinton says. “I’ve never been satisfied doing the same ole thing over and over. You need to look for new ways to do things, make the most of a situation or a copyright, in this case. And that’s why I am excited to be a partner with SESAC. I like that they take charge of this business, making things happen for their songwriters and publishers.”
Clinton has recorded 19 albums since the 1970s, and has had radio singles including “Atomic Dog,” “Last Dance,” “Nubian Nut,” and “Do Fries Go With That Shake.”
HoriPro Adds Brinley Addington
HoriPro has signed new singer/songwriter Brinley Addington to a worldwide deal, that includes his last year and a half of unpublished songs.
Addington has released two independent albums, with his last album Middle Of Nowhere released in 2014. He has opened shows for Florida Georgia Line, Josh Turner, Tyler Farr, Thomas Rhett, and others. Addington is booked by William Morris.
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