Songwriter and producer Joe Ginsberg has signed an exclusive publishing agreement with Anthem Entertainment and Wrensong Publishing.
Originally hailing from Denver, Ginsberg graduated from the University of Southern California with a jazz studies degree in upright bass. He spent 15 years living in Los Angeles touring with bands before co-writing the Miranda Lambert single “Little Red Wagon.”
Following the song’s success, Ginsberg moved to Nashville and signed with BMG Nashville, shifting his focus to writing and producing full time in 2014. During his time at BMG, he sharpened his writing and production skills while landing cuts with Carly Pearce, Bailey Bryan, Larry Fleet and many more.
“Joe is that rare writer who feels genuine in multiple music styles and brings a unique flavor to whatever world he’s contributing to,” says President of Anthem Music Publishing Nashville Tim Wipperman. “He’s great to have in the house.”
“‘Little Red Wagon’ has been one of my favorite songs in the recent past,” adds Wrensong’s Owner/President, Ree Guyer. “Being able to not only meet Joe but get the opportunity to work with him, I was absolutely thrilled. He’s definitely coming into his own as an amazing writer and producer and we are thrilled to have him as a part of the Anthem/Wrensong family. Along with being an incredibly talented songwriter, Ginsberg’s gift and passion for production is unmatched.”
“I am so honored and proud to join the Wrensong/Anthem family,” shares Ginsberg. “Wrensong’s enthusiasm and focus is unmatched in this business…f rom our first meeting I felt free and inspired to be my creative (and strange) self. In this business that type of spark can often be a difficult thing to find, and I am so excited to take this ride together.”
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