Country duo Southerland has expanded their team, signing with new label Vere Music/ADA and with Reliant Talent for booking. The duo is slated to release a new song, “Down The Road” on July 22, which follows their 2021 debut EP Boot Up.
Charleston, South Carolina native Matt Chase and Washington, Georgia’s Chris Rogers met through mutual friends and played college towns and dive bars together for three years before morphing into the duo now known as Southerland.
The two made their CMA Fest debut earlier this month, and have previously shared the stage with Michael Ray, Mitchell Tenpenny, Jon Langston, Drew Parker, Parmalee and Ray Fulcher, among others.
“The village that is Southerland includes long-time friends and associates. Chris and Matt embody the talent, attitude, grit, and knowledge needed to succeed in today’s music industry,” says Vere Music’s Rusty Harmon. “Everyone at Vere is honored to be working on the Southerland team.”
“We’re really excited to work with the Vere and Reliant teams! We felt that they understood us, our music and where we wanted to go,” shares Southerland. “They integrate perfectly with our current teams at River House Artists and Reservoir and are the perfect addition to the Southerland family. We’re very thankful to have these two companies in our corner and cannot wait to share our new music with the world.”
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