Big Loud Records has added rising country artist Jake Worthington to its roster.
Hailing from Texas, Worthington first came on the scene as a finalist on Season 6 of NBC’s The Voice in 2014, and now joins the Big Loud roster that includes Morgan Wallen, Jake Owen, Chris Lane, Hardy, Mason Ramsey, MacKenzie Porter, Ernest, Ben Burgess, Ashland Craft, Larry Fleet, Sean Stemaly, Shawn Austin, Blame My Youth, and Lily Rose.
With over eight million on-demand streams and more than 230,000 social media followers to his credit, Worthington is also signed to Big Loud for publishing and management.
“We’re excited to welcome Jake Worthington to the Big Loud Records family,” Partner/CEO Seth England says. “He’s been putting in the work to build his own authentic brand of country music, and we’re looking forward to teaming up to get his sound on the map.”
“One more piece to the Jake Worthington puzzle has been put down, but it’s not finished,” Manager Troy “Tracker” Johnson shares. “Big Loud Records can’t wait to assist Jake in making what will be the honky-tonk album this city has been waiting for.”
“Country music is all I’ve known for a long while,” Worthington adds. “It’s been my friend, helped me grow and granted me experience and opportunity. I’m honored to work alongside Big Loud Records and am grateful to have a team who wants me to just do what I do—country music. It’s a different feeling knowing that everyone around me believes the music I make has its place in country music. A guy couldn’t ask for more.”
Worthington makes his debut as a Big Loud artist this coming Friday (Oct. 29), featured alongside Ronnie Dunn and Jake Owen on “Jonesin’” in the latest installment of Hixtape: Vol. 2.
The singer-songwriter is currently working on original music with chart-topping co-writers Craig Wiseman, Ernest Keith Smith, Tony Lane and more. Throughout the rest of the year, Worthington will crisscross Texas before visiting The Chelsea in Las Vegas on Dec. 4, Ace of Spades in Sacramento on Dec. 10, and Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa on Dec. 17.
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