Nathan Barlowe has signed an exclusive songwriting agreement with Big Machine Music and Red Bull Records.
The agreement will expand upon previous arrangements both Big Machine Music and Red Bull Records had separately with Barlowe, a multi-genre songwriter, producer and musician.
Barlowe’s credits span from Taylor Swift and Steven Tyler to Jars of Clay. Barlowe’s sync placements include hit TV shows The King of Queens and The O.C., NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs and major motion picture, The Equalizer.
“I’m very pleased to expanded on our relationship with our friends at Red Bull and in a way that creates more opportunities for a writer as diverse and talented as Nathan,” said Mike Molinar, VP/General Manager of Big Machine Music.
“Big Machine Music is an incredible company and we are thrilled to be joining forces with them on a talented songwriter like Nathan,” said Greg Hammer, Managing Director of Red Bull Records.
“I am so proud to say that I am a writer at Big Machine Music. The company’s record of success speaks for itself,” said Barlowe. “The partnership with Red Bull publishing is another component that will increase exposure and lead to more songs being heard. I look forward to what we can all do together in the future.”
In his previous role, Barlowe was the principal songwriter for Red Bull Records’ electronic pop band Five Knives. Currently on the road this summer as a member of Keith Urban’s band for the Ripcord Tour, Barlowe plays “The Phantom,” a custom-made live mix and sample machine. Barlowe and his wife Sara welcomed the arrival of their first child, Waylon James Barlowe, last month in Nashville.
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