Brian Davis Signs Joint Pub Deal With ole And Lee Brice

Pictured (L-R): Brian Davis, Lee Brice, and ole’s VP of Creative, John Ozier.

Brian Davis has signed a joint publishing deal with ole and Lee Brice’s Pump House Anthem Publishing.

Originally from North Carolina, Davis’ first deal in the industry was offered to him by legendary writer Harlan Howard, the writer behind classics like “Busted” and “The Wall,” who was a huge influence on Davis’ songwriting.  Davis co-wrote the No. 1 hit, “One Hell of An Amen,” with Brantley Gilbert and Mike Dekle, and has toured with Gilbert.

“We are thrilled to add Brian Davis to the ole roster,” said John Ozier, ole’s Vice President of Creative. “Brian, Lee and I have known each other for a long time, so it’s great to be able to work together again, and I look forward to the future success we’re going to have together.”

“I believe in the power of a great song and I respect songwriters who invest in their craft,” said Brice. “I believe Brian is a true craftsman and I’m proud to sign him to our family of writers.”

“I am stoked to be joining the ole family.  It’s always important to me to surround myself with true song guys and John Ozier and Lee Brice are two of the best in the business,” said Davis. “I look forward to knocking down some hits with this team!”


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