Singer-songwriter Greylan James has signed a publishing deal with Universal Music Publishing Group. James has also rounded out his team, signing with Morris Higham for management and WME for booking. His debut single, “Anything Cold,” is set for release Feb. 11.
A native of Knoxville, Tennessee, James moved to Nashville at 18 to pursue songwriting professionally. In 2020, he landed a Kenny Chesney cut with his song “Happy Does,” which climbed its way to No. 2 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart. A talented musician as well, James played every instrument on his upcoming debut project.
“Greylan is a triple threat artist. Writer, musician, and singer/performer,” says Clint Higham, Morris Higham. “He also has a work ethic, and drive, that is rarely seen. Morris Higham is honored to represent Greylan James and we look forward to a long successful career and ride with him.”
“Greylan has already proved that he knows his way around a song. I’m excited to help Greylan show the world that he also knows his way around a stage,” shares Kevin Meads, WME.
“Team UMPG is proud to extend our relationship with Greylan and we look forward to this new artistic journey!” adds Ron Stuve, Universal Music Publishing Group.
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