Clay Walker Signs With TKO Artist Management
Clay Walker has signed with TKO Artist Management and is prepping for the digital release of his 2003 album A Few Questions on March 27. TKO Artist Management represents The Bacon Brothers, Glen Campbell, Colt Ford, Krystal Keith, Toby Keith, Chris LeDoux, Ned LeDoux, Mac McAnally and Waterloo Revival.
Sony/Provident Signs Sarah Buchanan
Sarah Buchanan has signed a recording contract with Sony/Provident, and a publishing agreement with Essential Worship. Buchanan, who leads worship at Nashville’s Church of the City-Sylvan Park, is set to release music later this year and launch a tour in early 2021.
“There have never been truer words to describe how I feel – this means the world to me. I feel incredibly validated and affirmed in what I have felt my heart pulling me towards for several years. It is overwhelming to look around and see so many new faces in my corner that have quickly become like family to me,” Buchanan said. “I am incredibly at peace and feel a new sense of responsibility to steward this new platform as best I can – that is not lost on me. There is no manual on how to navigate the thing that you have been working towards for what feels like forever, which is a weird reality for me now. I am beyond honored to be joining the Provident team and working alongside people I have admired from afar for so long – seriously, someone pinch me.”
Travis Tritt Signs With Big Noise Music Group
Travis Tritt has signed with Los Angeles-based label Big Noise Music Group and is set to release a new full-length album later this year. The project, which is being produced by Dave Cobb (Chris Stapleton, The Highwomen, Sturgill Simpson), will mark Tritt’s first album release in more than 12 years.
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