Travis Carter Joins Big Loud Management Team

Travis Carter has joined the Big Loud team. Effective immediately, Carter will be the day-to-day manager for Big Loud Records’ newest signee, Ben Burgess, and will also serve as A&R consultant for the label.

The Tulsa native began his career in the industry in 2010 as a Creative Assistant for Renee Bell at Sony Music Entertainment in Nashville. After a stint at Love Monkey Music, he landed at Warner Chappell Music four years later, where he advanced to Director of Country, Rock, and Pop in addition to excelling as the Nashville liaison between L.A. and New York in 2016, and then rising to VP/A&R in 2018. He started working with Burgess in 2015 after he signed with Warner Chappell Music. Notching a multi-week No. 1 cut with triple Platinum “Whiskey Glasses,” recorded by Big Loud Records’ Morgan Wallen, Carter was introduced to Big Loud in 2016.

“I have Ben Burgess to thank for introducing us to Travis,” said Seth England, Partner/CEO of Big Loud. “From pitching ‘Whiskey Glasses’ at the start, we’ve gotten a chance to work with him firsthand for a few years now with Ben, and he’s proven himself to be a perfect addition to our Management team. Travis also has a great ear and his instincts are spot-on — he’s going to be a strong asset to our growing A&R division.”

“Joining the Big Loud team is an absolute dream come true,” said Carter. “Seth [England], Joey [Moi], Craig [Wiseman], and the whole Big Loud family, have been champions of Ben Burgess from day one. Their outside-the-box, forward-thinking approach to business makes for a perfect fit for launching his artist career and being a part of the team myself. I couldn’t be more excited to chase it all down, alongside Ben, with such an incredible crew.”

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