SNG Music Signs Carson Chamberlain, Wyatt McCubbin

SNG Partners Steve Leslie, Marty Dodson, Gary Reamey Seated: Wyatt McCubbin & Carson Chamberlain. Photo: Amber Beckham Photography

SNG Music has added Carson Chamberlain and Wyatt McCubbin to its talent roster.

Chamberlain’s background includes stints as a musician, bandleader, tour manager, and VP of A&R for Mercury Nashville, and he has penned hits including Alan Jackson’s “Love’s Got a Hold on You,” “Everything I Love” and “Between the Devil and Me,” George Strait’s “The Best Day” and Billy Currington’s “Walk a Little Straighter” and “I Got a Feelin’.” Artists who have cut Chamberlain’s songs include Jamey Johnson, William Michael Morgan, Sammy Kershaw, Hank Williams, Jr., John Michael Montgomery, Billy Ray Cyrus, Don Williams, Ronnie Milsap, and more. Chamberlain’s producing credits include projects for Easton Corbin, Mark Wills, and Billy Currington, among others.

Twenty-two year old McCubbin has been traveling to Music City since 2013 after graduating high school in Selma, Ohio. He has continued to perform throughout Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, where he has shared the stage with legends such as the late Merle Haggard and George Jones, as well as Charlie Daniels, Dwight Yoakam, Easton Corbin, The Kentucky Headhunters and Josh Turner. His most recent songwriting credit is the title track of Jake Worthington’s latest EP, Hell of a Highway. McCubbin is gearing up to record his debut album, produced by Chamberlain, later this year.

“Carson and Wyatt are both very talented professionals and a great fit with our other SNG songwriters,” says the company’s Managing Partner Gary Reamey.

The two hit-makers join Mark Nesler, Marty Dodson, Zarni DeVette, Gary Reamey and Steve Leslie on the SNG roster.


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