Tyler Booth Signs With Warner Chappell Music

Back row (L-R): Ben Vaughn (WCM), Will Overton (WCM). Front row (L-R): Phil O’Donnell, Tyler Booth

Tyler Booth has signed a worldwide publishing deal with Warner Chappell Music.

Born and raised in Southeastern Kentucky, Booth began playing guitar and writing songs at age 10 and went on to attend Morehead State University. After building a grassroots following in Kentucky from his live performances, Booth moved to Nashville to pursue his passion for writing and singing full time. In 2017, he teamed up with songwriter/producer Phil O’Donnell to record his self-titled debut EP, featuring “Hank Crankin’ People,” If We Make It To Mexico,” and “Surrender.”

“When I walk into the Warner Chappell building I feel like I’m at home,” said Booth. “This is where I want to hang my hat. Their team have become family. It all just feels right for the songs I write and sing.”

Booth is represented by CAA and was recently announced as the first signing to Sony Music Nashville and Villa 40’s joint venture agreement.

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