Warner Music Nashville has added singer-songwriter Ian Munsick to its roster. The Wyoming native has spent the past five years working on his music in Nashville, and has earned 20 million streams from his previous indie releases.
He is signed with Not A Public Figure Management/The Erv Woolsey Co., United Talent Agency, and Universal Music Publishing.
“I’ve always aimed to work with good humans,” Munsick said. “If you don’t have good humans on your team, longevity goes out the window and so does the potential to make a difference in the world. Warner Music Nashville is an ideal home not only because of their admiration for authenticity, but also because of their genuine, family-like workforce. From the executives all the way down to their boots on the ground, every member of the WMN staff loves his or her job. I never thought I would sign a record deal without physically meeting a single label representative, but that just goes to show how confident I am in their ability to amplify and nurture my artistry. I really believe that Warner is the final ingredient to round out my team and I cannot wait to show the world what we got cooking.”
Munsick will release his first major label track, “Long Haul,” on Friday, Sept. 18. Munsick wrote the track alongside Jamie Kenney and Dave Villa.
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