Concord Music Publishing has inked a deal with Nashville-based singer-songwriter Justin Wilson. The agreement, effective immediately, will include Wilson’s future works.
Originally from Dacula, Georgia, Wilson made his way to Nashville at age 17 where he discovered his passion for songwriting. Since then, he has written for several prominent country acts, including Morgan Wallen, Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan, Thomas Rhett, Granger Smith, Parmalee, Restless Road, and more.
Over the years, Wilson has accrued over 80 recorded songs, including more than 20 cuts and singles such as Michael Ray’s “Kiss You In The Morning,” Randy Houser’s “We Went,” Mitchell Tenpenny’s “Drunk Me,” and Dustin Lynch’s “Momma’s House.”
“I’ve had the privilege of being Justin’s publisher in the past, and I am looking forward to our next chapter together at Concord!” says Courtney Allen, Director of A&R at Concord Music Publishing. “His passion for songwriting is contagious, and his ability to craft a great country song is unmatched. The success he has already had is just the beginning of the success that is to come!”
“When I saw the amazing team that Concord had put together, I knew that was the right family for me,” Wilson notes. “I’m looking forward to this new journey of hit songs we will all create together!”
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