Rising singer-songwriter Grant Gilbert has signed a worldwide publishing deal with River House Artists in partnership with Sony Music Publishing Nashville.
The Texas native launched his music career during his time at Texas Tech when he began playing shows at the Blue Light, a club that helped launch Josh Abbott, Wade Bowen, and William Clark Green. He has gained prominence over the last few years performing with Josh Abbott. He released his EP, Loud and Clear, in 2019 which features his single “Held On To,” and this past March released the Trouble Like Us EP, including the single “I Don’t Wanna Be That Guy.”
“It took one meeting with our team for us to realize Grant was the right fit for River House. His excitement for songs is contagious, and his willingness to absorb knowledge on how to improve in this industry will help him be successful. We couldn’t be more excited to help him grow his catalog of songs and showcase his powerful vocal ability to music fans,” shares VP/General Manager of River House Artists Zebb Luster.
“I am super excited to sign a publishing deal with River House Artists,” says Gilbert. “It feels good to know I have a team behind me that is willing to work hard and believe in me as an artist and songwriter. They already feel like family, and I can’t wait to get to work!”
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