Kimberly Perry Signs Publishing Deal With Warner Chappell, Songs & Daughters
Grammy-winning artist Kimberly Perry has signed a global publishing deal with Warner Chappell Music and Songs & Daughters Publishing. The news comes days after Perry announced her solo record deal with Records Nashville.
Perry shares, “Since officially moving to Nashville in late 2021, Warner Chappell and Songs & Daughters have been instrumental in reconnecting me with so many of the amazing songwriters here in town. I have had such a wonderful time writing with old and new friends alike. Ben [Vaughn] and Nicolle [Galyon] have been such great collaborators and supporters, so I’m beyond thrilled to officially partner with them on this exciting next chapter of my career.”
As the sibling trio The Band Perry, her and her brothers Reid and Neil Perry have amassed more than two and a half million album sales and over two billion combined streams. In 2015, they won a Grammy for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for “Gentle On My Mind.”
As a songwriter, Perry’s crossover No. 1 single “If I Die Young,” from The Band Perry’s self-titled debut album, created a global audience for the trio in 2010. The song is currently certified seven-time Platinum and has amassed over 200 million video views.
Galyon, Owner of Songs & Daughters Publishing, shares, “I have been a huge fan of Kimberly’s from afar throughout her whole career, but our paths didn’t cross until a few years ago. It’s compelling for me to work with a like-minded businesswoman and creatively fulfilling to dive into the writing process with such a veteran songwriter and artist. Her accomplishments speak for themselves and yet her story is truly just getting started.”
“There’s something about Kimberly’s musical depth and lyrical wordplay that have always stood out to me. Everyone at Warner Chappell is excited to represent her in this next part of her journey. I can’t wait for the world to hear what she’s been writing,” adds Vaughn, President & CEO, Warner Chappell Music Nashville.