Sony Music Nashville Signs Rachel Wammack

Pictured (L-R): Sony Music Nashville’s Jim Catino, Dennis Reese, Steve Hodges, Margaret Tomlin, Randy Goodman, Rachel Wammack, Maverick Management’s Clarence Spalding, and Sony Music Nashville’s Ken Robold, Taylor Lindsey and John Zarling.

At Tuesday evening’s (Feb. 6) Sony Music Nashville CRS Guitar Pull at the CMA Theater at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, the star-studded evening launched with the signing of RCA Nashville’s newest artist Rachel Wammack to a long-term recording deal with Sony Music Nashville.

Wammack, a native of Muscle Shoals, Alabama, wrote her first song at age 12. By age 17, she was discovered by a Sony Music Nashville, and now at age 23, she has signed a record deal with the major label.

Performers at the Guitar Pull included Brad Paisley, Chris Young, Maren Morris, Cam, Luke Combs, Kane Brown, LANCO, Walker Hayes and Mitchell Tenpenny.

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