Jake Worthington has signed with Big Loud for management and publishing.
Hailing from La Porte, Texas, Worthington was a finalist on Season 6 of NBC’s The Voice in 2014, and is ready to introduce his own brand of authentic country, drawing from inspirations like George Jones, Merle Haggard, Alan Jackson, and Randy Travis. The emerging tunesmith has been writing with Nashville songwriters Craig Wiseman, Lee Miller, Tony Lane, Ernest Keith Smith, Matt Jenkins and more, and new music is expected from him in the coming months.
“As a Texan myself, adding Jake to the Big Loud roster is truly a full-circle moment for me,” says Big Loud Management’s Troy “Tracker” Johnson. “There’s just something about him, and I’m excited for everyone to hear it. He’s real, he’s country—plain and simple.”
“We are thrilled to welcome Jake into the Big Loud Publishing family as well,” says Big Loud Publishing’s Travis Carter. “We can’t wait to continue building upon the already incredible catalog of country music he is bringing to the table.”
“I am so proud to make country music happen with this group of trailblazers,” says Worthington.
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