Sierra Hull Signs Admin Deal With Reach Music

Sierra Hull has signed an exclusive worldwide administration deal with Reach Music Publishing. The deal is Hull’s first publishing deal, and encompasses her albums released on Rounder Records (Concord), as well as future works.

A Tennessee-raised virtuoso mandolinist and multi-instrumentalist, Hull debuted at the Grand Ole Opry at age 10 and played Carnegie Hall at 12. She landed a record deal with Rounder Records by 13, and was the first woman to win Mandolin Player of the Year at the International Bluegrass Music Association Awards. Now 28, she recently released her fourth album on Rounder, 25 Trips, which explores a variety of genres from bluegrass to folk-pop to ethereal alt-rock. The highly personal album represents a new era in Hull’s artistic growth and evolution and features 13 songs all written or co-written by Hull.

“Sierra Hull is such an impressive artist and songwriter, with an amazing voice and peerless musicianship,” said Michael Closter, President and owner of Reach Music. “We’re thrilled to have this opportunity to work with Sierra, her manager Chris Harris, and to represent her growing catalog.”

“I was introduced to Reach by a fellow artist, and I really appreciate their hands-on work, focus and enthusiasm in representing my catalog!” said Hull.

Founded by Michael Closter and headquartered in Burbank, California, indie publisher Reach administers the catalogs of John Mayer, Zac Brown, Lisa Loeb, Common, Chuck D, Cindy Morgan, and many others.


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