Big Yellow Dog Music Signs Christy McDonald

Pictured (L-R): Austen Adams (Dickinson Wright); Shannan Hatch (SESAC); Carla Wallace (Big Yellow Dog Music); Christy McDonald; Lauren Funk (Big Yellow Dog Music); Alex Stefano (Big Yellow Dog Music); Jacee Badeaux (Big Yellow Dog Music)

Big Yellow Dog Music has signed Christy McDonald to a publishing deal.

One of the writers and the featured vocalist behind Grammy winner Robin Schulz’ “Ha Leh Lou Ya,” McDonald’s music has been featured on iTunes’ World Chart, Billboard, Nivea’s global campaign, and more. She is an active participant in the Country Music Hall Of Fame’s “Words & Music” program, working with children to help develop songwriting skills. To start off her new deal, McDonald is currently on a two-week writing trip in Amsterdam and Stockholm collaborating with European EDM/dance DJs, producers, and artists.

“I was blown away when Christy showed me what she had been working on,” said Big Yellow Dog Music’s co-owner and CEO Carla Wallace. “She has an incredible voice!”

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