Three Hounds Music Signs Sarah Beth Terry

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• January 11, 2018 •

Pictured (L-R): Tyler Bell – GM Three Hounds Music, Sarah Beth Terry, Tom Harrison – CEO/Founder Three Hounds Music.

Three Hounds Music has entered into an exclusive publishing agreement with singer/songwriter Sarah Beth Terry.

Born and raised in Eastern Kentucky, Terry began writing poems and lyrics at a very early age. She credits songwriter, musician, & producer Bobby Terry (no relation) and artist/songwriter Anthony Smith with teaching her to formulate songs. She is reverential about Smith’s album, If That Ain’t Country (produced and engineered by Bobby Terry) and claims that it was an important turning point for her as a songwriter. Ironically, in addition to signing an exclusive agreement with Bobby’s publishing company, Three Hounds Music, Sarah Beth’s first cut is a Craig Morgan song she wrote with Anthony: “I Hate the Taste of Whiskey.” She also has a cut on the new Gaither Vocal Band album.

I’m thrilled to be part of the Three Hounds Music family,” says Sarah Beth. “It’s a good fit and I’m finally on the playing field!”

Three Hounds Music’s roster also includes songwriters Bobby Terry (Faith Hill, Trace Adkins, Gretchen Wilson), David Tolliver (Tim McGraw, Jerrod Neiman, Brantley Gilbert), Kevin Brandt (Montgomery Gentry, Travis Tritt, Randy Travis), and Americana duo FLEENER.

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