Jimmie Deeghan has joined MV2 Entertainment’s songwriter roster in Nashville, which also includes Thomas Archer, Clay Mills and Terry McBride.
Born in Eaton Rapids Michigan, Deeghan found an early interest in punk rock and years spent touring the globe with his pop/punk band Every Avenue. He eventually shifted his focus to songwriting and moved to Nashville.
“It’s an exciting time for music because people are writing with new ideas and breaking molds and genres,” Deeghan explained. “They are crossing lines, and that is what gave me a place in country music.”
While honing his craft, Deeghan first took a job as a guitar tech with Thompson Square before being offered the same gig with then opening act Florida Georgia Line. He joined the FGL band and also toured with Ryan Hurd before being named band leader for Kane Brown. Deeghan recently left the road to focus full-time on songwriting.
Deeghan explained that performing in some of the biggest arenas in the country has had an impact on his songwriting. “It gives me an inside look at how a crowd reacts to a song and how certain topics hit people harder than others,” he said.
“Jimmie is an all-in guy,” said MV2 Entertainment General Manger Tony Harrell. “I love his honesty and direct approach. It’s great to have Jimmie on our roster and help him grow his success as a producer and writer. “
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