Singer-songwriter Marti Dodson has signed with Kobalt Music.
A native of Franklin Furnace, Ohio, Dodson founded pop/rock band Saving Jane as a student at Ohio State University. The group went on to become one of the highest charting independent acts of the 2000’s with Dodson penning two Gold Singles for the group.
She also wrote the theme song and debut single for the winners of the German television show Popstars, and achieved two more Gold records in the following years. Dodson scored CCM hits with Blessid Union of Souls and Brandy Allison as well as Bluegrass hits with Dale Ann Bradley and Kristy Cox. Julie Roberts also cut her song “Girl Next Door.”
Since moving to Nashville in 2013, Dodson has had cuts with Luke Bryan, Gabby Barrett, The Shires, Thompson Square, Terri Clark and more. Her songs have also been featured in shows and commercials and served as theme music for television personality Rachael Ray, NASCAR driver Danica Patrick, Olympic Gold Medalist Nastia Liukin and tattoo artist Kat Von D.
“Marti is the perfect fit in any room,” says Kobalt’s Stephanie Cox. “Her musical talent is so diverse, and she might be the funniest person I’ve ever met! I’m really excited about working with her.”
“I’m so excited to join the roster at Kobalt! I wanted to land somewhere that feels like home with room to grow, and I’ve found that here with some of the brightest and most forward thinkers in the music business,” says Dodson. “I’m thankful to be working with such a talented group of people!”
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