Luke Dick has extended his publishing deal with Nashville-based Little Louder Music.
The singer/songwriter was originally signed to the publishing house in 2014, and the extension continues his relationship with President Arturo Buenahora, who has been a champion of his for nearly a decade.
“Luke has accomplished so much in the last few years and we are all very excited to keep sharing the sunshine with him,” said Buenahora. “Whether writing for Hey Steve or for others, making music or movies, Luke brings a curious intelligence to every project.”
“Arturo is one of the first people who really got behind my music” said Luke. “He welcomed me when I was new in town and we share the same vision for my work. It is awesome that we can continue this crazy journey this together.”
Luke is a musician, songwriter, filmmaker and artist who is currently nominated for a CMA Award for Song of the Year for Miranda Lambert’s “Bluebird,” and has also penned songs for The Highwomen, Dierks Bentley, Eric Church, Kacey Musgraves, Kip Moore, The Cadillac Three, Eli Young Band and more. His next project, Music From The Documentary Red Dog, will be released on Dec. 4 via UMG/INgrooves. The film originally premiered at SXSW and follows Luke’s journey to learn more about the Red Dog topless bar where his mother Kim worked while raising him. It features interviews and stories with former dancers, employees and patrons of the Red Dog, and he wrote, performed and curated the songs that appear in the film featuring some of his superstar friends.
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