Texas artist Triston Marez has signed with Erv Woolsey Co. for management. The rising artist is gearing up for the release of his brand new six-song EP, produced by Jake Gear.
Marez first began playing guitar at age six, performing a Buck Owens song at his first grade talent show. His love of the genre grew from there, and he continued to craft his sound, infusing modern country with a timeless swagger. Marez released his self-titled album in 2021, collaborating with Ronnie Dunn on the track “Where The Neon Lies.” Fans will get a first taste of Marez’ upcoming latest project with the Jon Pardi-penned “Too Soon For Goodbye,” out now.
L.A.-based Cinq Music Group and Boom Music Group in Nashville will release Marez’s new music through a marketing and distribution partnership to further amplify the 60-million plus global streams the Houston native has already amassed independently.
“Triston puts in the hard work it takes in this business, from the grind of playing the honky tonks on Broadway when he first arrived in Nashville at 17 years old, to burning up the highways across the country touring the last few years,” shares Woolsey. “It’s his time to shine and I’m excited for his future!”
“Being a part of a team as notable as the Erv Woolsey Co. is truly an honor,” says Marez. “I can’t thank them enough for believing in my music and the vision. I feel extremely blessed to be able to work alongside the team. To announce that I have signed with The Erv Woolsey Co. for management, along with releasing new music and partnering with Cinq Music Group and Boom Music Group, is truly amazing and a blessing.”
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