Rising country artist Reyna Roberts has signed an exclusive worldwide publishing deal with Eclipse Music Group.
Roberts was born in Alaska into a military family, and grew up in Alabama and California. She moved to Nashville in March 2020 and shortly after released her single “Stompin Grounds,” which was featured during Monday Night Football. She was named as part of the 2021 class of CMT’s Next Women of Country and recently joined Jamey Johnson as a special guest on his summer tour and made her festival debut at Watershed Festival.
Roberts joins Ronnie Bowman, Nick Connors, Sarah Darling, Jeff Garrison, Early James, Jordan James, Eric Masse, Jim McCormick, and Payton Smith on Eclipse Music Group’s publishing roster.
“We are thrilled to welcome Reyna to the Eclipse Music family,” says Penny Gattis, head of Eclipse’ Publishing division. “It’s been amazing to watch Reyna’s artistic vision come to life through her songwriting, powerhouse vocals and electric live performances. She’s the definition of an entertainer and her dedication to her artistry is inspiring. We are honored to be her publishing home.”
“I am incredibly grateful that Eclipse has welcomed me into their family,” says Roberts. “We share the same vision and dream. Kurt, Penny, and Jamie understand me as an artist and writer. I’m looking forward to us winning together!”
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