Australian songwriter Jordan Dozzi has signed his first publishing deal with Big Loud.
Raised with his parents and three sisters as musicians, Dozzi originally moved to Nashville two years ago on a Division 1 soccer scholarship from Belmont University. The former music business student ended his soccer career in April 2020 after tearing his ACL.
Dedicating himself to songwriting full-time, the 23-year-old produces genre-blending tracks, including a recent cut with Nelly on “5 Drinks Ago” from his country-inspired album Heartland.
“Immediately after meeting with Jordan it was evident how passionate and dedicated he was about songwriting. We were impressed with how he was booking his own writing sessions and turning around demos while maintaining his schedule as a full-time D1 student-athlete,” comments Big Loud Publishing’s Senior Director, A&R, Michael Giangreco. “To be as musically talented as he is and working that hard, we knew we had to work with him. Welcome to the Big Loud Publishing family, Jordan!”
“Big Loud Publishing is a family that I’m absolutely stoked to be a part of. Joining a company in town with so many talented writers is inspiring and makes you just want to be better. That and the emphasis on a lyric that Nashville has,” shares Dozzi. “I’m just feeling very thankful for this new team and the support of my family for helping me get here. Really excited to get to work!”
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