Luke Wooten‘s Warehouse West Entertainment has signed an artist development and publishing deal with pop singer/songwriter Willie Shaw.
An Orange County, California native, Shaw started writing and playing guitar at a young age. He received a baseball scholarship at William & Mary. A career-ending injury led him to a master’s in accounting, all the while busking in downtown Williamsburg restaurants. Shaw’s move to Nashville found him working for NASA as a project specialist and then eventually as a financial representative for Northwestern Mutual. He recently gave up life in a suit for performing with his guitar chops and crooning falsetto.
“I am incredibly excited to join the team at Warehouse West,” said Shaw. “I consider myself extremely fortunate to have been afforded this opportunity. Everyone involved with their team is extremely talented, committed, and devoted and I am eager to get to work.”
Wooten said, “The first time Nicole had Willie sing at the office, there was no doubt in my mind. He has a voice that is undeniable and is very clearly in his own lane as an artist. We are extremely proud to have Willie Shaw on board at Warehouse West and believe the sky is the limit.”
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