MV2 Entertainment and Little Louder Music have signed Joe Whelan to a co-publishing deal.
“Little Louder is very excited to partner with MV2 on the signing of Joe Whelan,” Little Louder’s Offensive Coordinator Arturo Buenahora said. “As a small boutique publishing house, it is paramount that we only sign writers or artists that we can make sure get the focus and attention they deserve. We think this deal could be a special opportunity for Joe and our respective companies.”
“Joe Whelan is an incredibly talented young man at the beginning of an awesome career and we are proud to partner with Little Louder on this venture,” MV2’s GM Tony Harrell added. “Because of his diverse musical taste, great relationships and self-motivation, Joe will be an asset in any writing room.”
Whelan has three songs on Tucker Beathard’s upcoming album, including “Can’t Stay Here,” “How Gone Will I Go,” and “Too Drunk.” Whelan co-wrote Australian artist Pete Murray’s “Found My Place” and is also writing with other Little Louder acts that have recently signed record deals: Boy Named Banjo (UMG) and Jackson Dean (BMLG).
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