Independent publishing company Prescription Songs has signed Josie Dunne. The Nashville-based artist-songwriter was brought into roster by Prescription Songs’ Chris Martignago.
Originally from Chicago, Dunne’s unique voice and soul-inspired pop music have earned her over a million monthly listeners and more than 100 million streams to date. She has shared the stage with artists such as Julia Michaels, Coin, Ben Rector, Andy Grammer, Jake Scott and Daya. As a writer, Dunne has had cuts with Natalie Imbruglia, Corook, Spencer Sutherland and Brooke Alexx. She also recently worked with artists Corook, Stephen Day, Dave Villa, Jack Newsome, Connor James, Anna Graceman, Jordy Searcy, Dave Thomas Jr, Brigetta, Brett Truitt, Sarah Troy, Ben Kessler, Phil Good, Joan, Luke Fitton, Sara Davis, among others.
“I feel so lucky to be joining the Prescription Songs family!” Dunne shares. “It’s really the perfect home for me to reach new goals as a writer and continue to do what I love as an artist. Prescription has always been the centerpiece of pop music’s growth in Nashville and I’m excited to be a part of that continued growth with the dream team by my side!”
Martignago says, “I’ve known Josie for years and I’m fortunate to have had a front row seat to her growth as an artist during that time. This new chapter is one that I’m so excited about because it will allow us to work on all the amazing dimensions Josie brings to the table as a creative. Her energy is unmatched, and I just know this partnership is going to result in some amazing art for the world.”
“Katie [Fagan] and Chris have been linchpins in the growth of pop music here in Nashville, and we couldn’t be more excited for Josie to join that exciting creative community. Chris and Josie have been in lockstep for years, and to see this evolution of their existing relationship is a full circle moment. We’re looking forward to working together with the Prescription team to amplify Josie’s work as an artist, songwriter and record producer,” says Dunne’s management team at Group Projects, Anthony Manker and Cooper Anstett.
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