Round Hill Music has announced the acquisition of hit country songwriter Niko Moon‘s publishing rights, via its Round Hill Music Royalty Fund Limited.
The deal encompasses 29 compositions written for artists, including the Zac Brown Band.
As a songwriter, Moon has penned hits such as the Zac Brown Band’s “Homegrown,” “Keep Me in Mind,” and “Loving You Easy,” as well as Rascal Flatts’ “Back To Life” and Bentley’s “Gone.” He was named Songwriter of the Year at the 2021 SESAC Nashville Awards.
In 2021, the RCA Nashville recording artist achieved his first No. 1 hit as an artist with his 2x-Platinum debut single “Good Time”—which is not included in the Round Hill deal.
Josh Gruss, Founder and CEO of Round Hill Music, says of the deal, “Niko is a much sought after songwriter and an acclaimed performer in his own right. His unique gift and authentic love of music marks him out an elite talent among his peers.”
Moon adds, “I am so happy to be doing this deal with Round Hill. I wanted these songs to go to an organization that values the music as much as I do, and Round Hill is definitely that place.”
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