Reservoir Nashville has signed country songwriter Jake Mitchell to a global publishing deal. The deal, made together with music publishing veteran Pat Higdon, includes Mitchell’s future works plus his catalog of songs, including “Ain’t A Bad Day” and “One Beer,” both included on HARDY’s latest album A Rock, as well as “Rolling Rock Rolling Stones,” and “Some Girls,” both recorded by Jameson Rodgers.
California native Mitchell currently sits at No. 3 on MusicRow‘s Top Songwriter Chart and at No. 8 on Billboard‘s Country Songwriters Chart.
“John Ozier and Greg Gallo have always been champions of my work and I feel so blessed to have the Reservoir team in my corner, joined by Pat who has been a believer in me for years now,” Mitchell says. “I am as excited and inspired as I’ve ever been because of all this.”
Reservoir EVP of Creative John Ozier says, “Jake is such a naturally gifted songwriter. His thorough understanding of the genre and where it can go has resulted in hit after hit for some of the biggest names in country music today. It’s a pleasure to welcome him to the Reservoir family.”
Higdon adds, “Jake is one of the most talented young writers I’ve ever worked with! He brings excitement and enthusiasm into every co-write. It’s going to be really fun working with John, Greg and the entire Reservoir team. We mean to kick ass!”
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