Sony Music Nashville has signed Niko Moon to the RCA Nashville imprint. He is also signed with Make Wake/River House and CAA.
“I’m so excited to be announcing my partnership with Sony/RCA, CAA and Make Wake/River House today!” says Moon. “Their reputations speak for themselves and their belief in me is truly humbling. I believe that a person is only as strong as the people they surround themselves with, and with this team the sky is the limit!”
Moon is a longtime collaborator with fellow Georgian Zac Brown and is credited on five No. 1 Zac Brown Band hits: “Loving You Easy,” “Homegrown,” “Beautiful Drug” and “Keep Me In Mind”—plus “Heavy Is The Head,” which topped the rock charts with Chris Cornell singing lead. He also co-wrote Rascal Flatts’ hit, “Back To Life.”
A Texas native who relocated to Douglasville, GA at age 10, equidistance from hip-hop hub Atlanta and country breeding ground Newnan, GA (Alan Jackson, Travis Tritt), inspiring Moon’s artful persona: a mix of hooky melodies, shrewd wordplay and edgy, electronic beats. “Good Times” was co-written by Niko Moon, Anna Moon and Josh Murty and “Drunk Over Me,” by the same three co-writers in addition to Jordan Minton and Mark Trussell.
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