Niko Moon Signs Publishing Deal With Warner/Chappell Nashville

Niko Moon has signed a worldwide publishing agreement with Warner/Chappell Nashville. Moon frequently collaborates with the Zac Brown Band, having co-written 22 songs across their last three albums, including five No. 1’s. Their latest hit together, “My Old Man,” is currently climbing the charts and is the lead single off the band’s upcoming album, Welcome Home.

Moon recently received his first CMA Triple Play Award for three No. 1 singles in a calendar year: Zac Brown Band’s “Homegrown,” “Loving You Easy,” and “Beautiful Drug.” “Homegrown” also earned Moon and collaborator Wyatt Durette a SESAC Song of the Year Award.

His latest project, Sir Rosevelt, is a trio comprised of Moon, Zac Brown, and Ben Simonetti, with production by Pharrell Williams and Jamie Kenney. Moon also co-penned much of the debut album from Decca Records’ artist Betti.


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