Quinn Loggins, son of singer-songwriter Dave Loggins, has signed a publishing deal with Given Music Publishing.
“Given Music Publishing is extremely pleased to add Quinn to our expanding roster of talented songwriters,” Given Music Publishing GM/VP Michael Hollandsworth said. “His talent as a musician, singer and songwriter is undeniable. The legacy he has inherited has provided Quinn with the tools to forge his own identity in the Nashville songwriting community with songs we are proud to represent.”
“I’ve been around music all of my life,” Loggins said. “Since I can remember, I’ve been a part of this industry, working as a musician and a songwriter. I’m excited to see what’s on the other side of this brand new musical horizon with Given Music Publishing and SESAC.”
Loggins has written for artists in the US and around the globe, scoring cuts and hits in Australia and Canada as well as the US. Artists who have cut Loggins’ songs include Charlie Worsham, Kingbilly, Katie Armiger, Australian artist Rachel Fahim and Canada’s Aaron Pritchett. He has toured and played with artists including John Mayer, Steve Cropper, Vince Gill, Richard Marx and more. His songs have been placed in television shows including Bones and Heartland.
Additionally, he co-wrote the 2017 theme song for the Tennessee Titans, “Welcome to the South.”
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