On the heels of releasing his Arista Nashville debut single, “Drop Everything,” singer/songwriter Carlton Anderson has signed with Morris Higham Management for global representation.
“I have worked my whole life to be in a position like this and to have years of hard work be noticed by such a prestigious company means more than I can I say,” Anderson says. “I’ve been told a long time that my music is ‘too country’ so I’m truly grateful to have a team at Morris Higham that understands who I am as a person and supports my visions as an artist and songwriter.”
Clint Higham says, “Carlton is one of the rare young artists who understands why country music matters, and he makes it as compelling and as current as anything on radio. When you find an artist who’s so grounded in the roots, who can sing, write and connect with fans across ages, places and everything that country music now contains, that’s like finding a unicorn.”
Higham continues, “When you find an artist like that, and they have a work ethic that matches the team at Morris Higham, that’s when special things happen. Everyone here believes in his music, and there’s no young artist I’ve seen like this.”
A graduate of Belmont University’s music business program, Anderson later joined ASCAP and was signed to a publishing deal with Warner/Chappell Music. Morris Higham Management also represents Kenny Chesney, Ryan Griffin, Brandon Lay, Old Dominion, Michael Ray, and Walker County.
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