Singer-songwriter Shelby Darrall has signed a worldwide publishing deal with Reservoir. She is represented by Meredith Jones and Evan Kantor at CAA, as well as Autumn Ledgin at Good Company Entertainment for management.
A California native, Darrall’s love of music was sparked by her father, Chuck, and his band SilverCreek. Growing up, she performed in tasting rooms of wineries throughout Napa Valley and later moved to Nashville to pursue music and finish school at Belmont University. Since then, she has co-written with esteemed industry veterans Brett James, Troy Verges, and Emily Weisband, and collaborated with artists such as Jake Owen, Larry Fleet, and Josh Kerr.
“From the second we heard Shelby’s new music, we knew we had to sign her. We are happy to support Shelby as an artist on the rise and look forward to many successes together with her and the team,” says John Ozier, EVP of Creative at Reservoir.
Last week, Darrall released “Love Me When I’m Leavin’,” the first song off her forthcoming debut EP, Entertainment For The Brokenhearted, which is expected out later this year. Written by Darrall, along with Verges and Jake Mitchell, the track is the first in a series of autobiographical songs from the Ron Fair-produced debut project.
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