Spencer Crandall Inks With Warner Chappell & Stem
Rising country artist Spencer Crandall has added to his team, signing with Warner Chappell Music for publishing and Stem for distribution and label services.
Crandall has earned more than 300 million global streams since breaking onto the scene in 2016 with tunes such as “Made,” “My Person” and “Girls Like You.” His most recent project, Western, has already notched over 60 million streams since its October 2022 release.
“The partnerships with Warner Chappell and Stem make so much sense for us right now. These teams are made up of some of the hardest working people in country music,” says Crandall. “I really respect how these teams grow artists, especially independently, and I couldn’t be more excited to do this next chapter with them.”
“I’ve never met an artist as business-focused, goal-oriented and driven as Spencer,” shares Christina Wiltshire, Sr. Director, A&R at Warner Chappell. “His fan club is called the Stadium Gang because he won’t stop until he’s playing stadiums. I want to help him get there.”
Crandall’s alignment with Stem follows the company’s recent expansion into Nashville. Stem provides a financial platform for artists to run their own businesses. With its innovative technology, artists can track, divide, disperse and even donate revenue to various recipients, designating percentages and simplified splits in real-time.
“Stem is incredibly thrilled to be working with Spencer Crandall, a wildly talented artist who has proved himself to be a powerhouse in the independent space,” shares Stem’s Jeff Tobias and Alison Junker. “We look forward to supporting Spencer in this exciting new chapter of music!”
Crandall recently joined forces with another country riser, Shaylen, to release a new track, “To Be Continued… feat. Shaylen.” He also just wrapped his 36-stop “Western Tour” and will perform at CMA Fest on June 11.
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