Sarah Allison Turner has signed an exclusive songwriting deal with Ebach Entertainment and Kobalt Music Nashville.
The West Virginia native began writing songs at 15 and interned for Seagayle Music Publishing during her time at MTSU. She signed her first publishing deal in 2015 with Horipro Music Publishing (now Mojo Music).
Since then she has had songs recorded by Alan Jackson, Randall King, Tyler Farr, Walker County and others, including a placement in Grey’s Anatomy with her song “Hope.” Her latest release, “Bad For Me,” was co-written with Emily Falvey and Hayley McLean.
“I am thrilled about this partnership with Kobalt and Sarah Allison Turner,” says Janine Ebach, GM/Owner of Ebach Entertainment. “Her songwriting talent, work ethic and hustle along with her unique artistry set her apart from so many in this industry. I’m excited to see what we’re able to do together.”
“I have wanted to work with Sarah for a very long time,” adds Stephanie Cox, GM/SVP Creative of Kobalt Nashville. “When the opportunity arose as a partnership with Janine, I could not have imagined a better team!”
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