RED Creative Group has signed songwriter-producer Nathan Spicer to a global publishing deal.
Spicer, an Alabama native and Belmont University graduate, has previously toured as lead guitarist with Mat Kearney, and spent four years on the road with Katy Perry’s Prism tour. He also earned success as a writer with “The Bad Guy,” co-written and performed by Canadian artist Meghan Patrick. He also co-wrote and produced Brandon Ray’s “Bring Your Love Back.”
“RED has built a team of some of the most talented writers and artists in Nashville. I’m so honored that they want me to be a part of it, and I can’t wait to see what we do together,” said Spicer.
“I couldn’t be more excited to have the multi talented Nathan Spicer at RED. His talents and diverse musical background are great tools for success in today’s cross genre landscape,” said Jeremy Stover, Owner/President, RED Creative Group.
RED’s Brooke Antonakos, VP of Creative, also adds, “Nathan has a musical delivery that is bold yet delicate, complex yet anthemic. I think this is the thing that keeps great co-writers coming back for more.”
Since its inception in 2014, RED Creative Group has celebrated over 200 cuts and 20 singles to include hits such as; Tim McGraw’s “How I’ll Always Be,” Justin Moore’s “Somebody Else Will,” Brett Young’s “Sleep Without You,” and Dan+Shay’s “How Not To.” RED also represents songwriters Kelly Archer, Travis Denning, LJ, Jeremy Stover, & Adam Hambrick.
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