LuckySky Music has opened a new record label and publishing company. Jason Engelman, CEO, has tapped WarnerWorks music industry vet Bill Warner to serve as President of the label group. Engelman is the CEO of Freaky Fast Home Buyers and Investments LLC., a rapidly growing company with properties in Georgia, Ohio, and other markets. He is also the founder of Revolution 13, a ministry outreach to public schools, focusing on helping students recover from bullying, depression, and suicide.
The first two signings are Tori Martin, the flagship artist for the label, and songwriter Bill DiLuigi as the first signing to the publishing division.
Martin has already achieved success on the Texas Country Music Charts. She was a contestant on Season 14 of American Idol and in March released her current single, “What Would Dolly Do?” which has garnered over 50,000 streams, currently resides at No. 18 on the Texas Regional Radio Chart, and is being released to country radio. It is the first single from her new LuckySky Music album Lucky and has already exceeded 90,000 streams.
DiLuigi is a singer/songwriter who emerged from the Philadelphia music scene. DiLuigi has over 300 cuts to his credit and his songs have received placements in major films and TV including Good Morning America, CBS Daytime, Hart of Dixie, The Tonight Show, and Access Hollywood. He’s also had cuts with Blessid Union of Souls, The Lost Trailers, Richie McDonald (Lonestar), and most recently, a No. 1 Gospel song “Grateful,” by Chris Golden (The Goldens/Oak Ridge Boys). DiLuigi has two cuts coming out on LuckySky Music, “Show Me Your Smile” (Blessid Union of Souls), and “Father’s Daughter” (Johnny Lee/Sony).
The LuckySky Music offices are located in the Rutledge Hill area of downtown Nashville. Newly appointed staff includes Kirsti Manna/VP & Creative Director of Publishing, John Cirillo/Business Manager, Wynne Adams/Director of Promotion & Marketing, Shane Barrett/Songplugger, Jamie Knight/Director of Social Media, and Doug Maddox/Director of Film & Video Production.
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