Singer-songwriter Aaron Raitiere has extended his worldwide deal with Warner Chappell Music (WCM) Nashville and Low Country Sound, the imprint founded by Grammy-winning producer/songwriter Dave Cobb.
Raitiere’s recent cuts include four songs on Anderson East’s latest album, Maybe We Never Die, including “Hood of My Car” and “Drugs;” as well as “Heroes” (Natalie Hemby); “Rock My Soul” (Oak Ridge Boys); and Midland’s upcoming radio single, “Sunrise Tells The Story.” He was also a co-writer on the Grammy Award-winning song “I’ll Never Love Again” from A Star is Born.
Raitiere’s debut single as an artist, “Everybody Else,” is available now on Dinner Time Records via Thirty Tigers.
The Kentucky native is slated to perform at the Manchester Music Hall in Lexington alongside The Steel Woods tonight (Sept. 17), and at the Americana Music Festival in Nashville on Sept. 24. He has previously toured with Paul Cauthen and Willie Nelson, and recently performed at the Barefoot Country Festival.
Raitiere is managed by Michelle Szeto (Paquin Entertainment Group) and distributed by Thirty Tigers. His publicist is Asha Goodman (Sacks & Co.), and his agents are Marc Dennis and Justin Cahill (CAA).
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