Songwriter and producer Ben Goldsmith has joined the Kobalt Music roster, signing a worldwide publishing agreement.
The southwest Virginia native grew up surrounded by country music and dreamed of becoming a songwriter. Following his graduation from the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami, Goldsmith immediately moved to Nashville.
Since arriving in Music City, he has had multiple songs at country radio, such as “Blue Bandana” by Jerrod Niemann, “Neon Church” by Tim McGraw and the No. 1 hit “Homemade” by Jake Owen. Goldsmith has also had cuts by Russell Dickerson, Tenille Townes, Tenille Arts, Temecula Road and more.
“Having known Ben for as long as I have, I’ve seen first hand how hard he works and how devoted he is to the craft of songwriting. I am thrilled to be working with him and to welcome him to the Kobalt family,” says Kobalt Music’s Senior Director, Creative Kevin Lane.
“Kevin has been a friend and champion of mine since I moved to Nashville. I’m really grateful to be working with him and the entire Kobalt team. I am looking forward to creating new music and new opportunities with Kobalt,” shares Goldsmith.
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