Jerry Flowers Signs Worldwide Publishing Deal With Twelve6 Entertainment

(L-R): Travis Myatt (Twelve6 Entertainment Sr. Director, Publishing), Jerry Flowers, and Heidi Hamels (Twelve6 Entertainment, Partner). Photo credit: Annelise Loughead

Jerry Flowers has signed a worldwide publishing agreement with Twelve6 Entertainment.

Flowers has penned No. 1 hits for Sam Hunt (“House Party”), Jason Aldean (“A Little More Summertime”) and Billy Currington (“Do I Make You Wanna”). He’s also had cuts by Keith Urban, Carrie Underwood, Lady Antebellum, Jason Derulo, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, among others.

As a touring musician, Flowers has played bass and served as musical director in Keith Urban’s band since 2005. His working relationship with Urban extends back to the ‘90s when Urban, Flowers and Peter Clarke formed the trio, The Ranch. They released their self-titled debut album on Capitol Records in 1998 before disbanding. Flowers played bass on three tours with the Dixie Chicks and also toured with the Counting Crows before reuniting with Urban on the road.

Flowers is the latest signing at Twelve6 Entertainment following their recent deal with Old Dominion’s Trevor Rosen. Additional writers joining the Twelve6 roster will be announced in the coming weeks.

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