Claire Douglas has signed a global publishing agreement with BMG.
Douglas was born in Texas but grew up in Nashville, and attended the University of Mississippi to study poetry in college. She returned to Music City to realize she had been writing songs all along.
She has recently had cuts with Tim McGraw, Madison Kozak, McKenzie Porter, and Dylan Brady, among others. Her ever-expanding circle of collaborators includes Kyle Clark, Emily Landis, Cameron Bedell, James Slater, and more.
“Claire is the kind of writer you dream of as a publisher,” says Kelsey Worley, BMG Creative Director. “I have no doubt that Claire will be a globally recognized songwriter, and BMG could not be more excited or inspired to be a part of her career trajectory.”
Douglas adds, “It is honestly a dream come true to get to be a part of BMG Nashville. I am confident they are going to be the perfect partner for me going into this next exciting chapter. Today I am more sure of who I am, where I come from, and where I’m going than ever before. The team at BMG is going to help me swing big, dream outside the box, and write the most important songs of my career. I am inspired, humbled, and ready to hit the ground running.”
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