Big Yellow Dog Music Signs Street Corner Symphony’s Jeremy Lister

Pictured (L-R) Front row: Evyn Mustoe (ASCAP), Jeremy Lister, Carla Wallace; Back row: Lauren Funk (BYD), Edward O’Day (manager, Project Daybreak), Alex Stefano (BYD), Michael Martin (ASCAP)

Big Yellow Dog Music has signed Jeremy Lister to an exclusive publishing agreement.

A member of the a cappella group Street Corner Symphony, Lister has been based in Nashville since 2003. He joined the Nashville-based Street Corner Symphony for NBC’s second season of The Sing-Off in 2010. The group claimed second place and later toured with Ben Folds. Currently, Street Corner Symphony is headlining shows across the globe. Lister has released three EPs under his own name in addition to three albums with the vocal group.

Alison Krauss + Union Station recorded Lister’s “Sinking Stone” on their album Paper Airplane. He recently released a single, ‘Sign Language,’ which is the title track of an EP slated for 2019.

“After being fans of Jeremy Lister for more than a decade, we finally have the opportunity to welcome him to the BYD family,” says Big Yellow Dog Music co-owner and CEO Carla Wallace. “It’s a perfect fit!”

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