Artist-songwriter Beau Bailey has signed with Ashley Gorley‘s Tape Room Music in partnership with Red Light Management.
Bailey’s signing follows the announcement of Tape Room’s strategic partnership with Red Light Ventures and Firebird Music. This joint venture combines Tape Room’s award-winning songwriting skills with Red Light and Firebird’s proven track records of success in developing artists.
The Monroe, Louisiana native grew up hunting and fishing, which helped to set the tone of the stories he tells through song. Bailey started writing and playing guitar at age 15. In January of 2020, he made his way to Music City with his pop-rock band, The Revelries, and secured a record deal with UMG Nashville.
After the group disbanded over health-related challenges, Bailey narrowed his focus on strengthening his songwriting skills. Over the past year, his independent efforts have led to country and pop cuts with Graham Barham, Kasey Tyndall, Mary Jo Young, Eddie And The Getaway, Lecade and more.
“Beau’s tenacity, creative instincts and passion make him a perfect addition to the Tape Room roster,” says Kelly Bolton, Tape Room Music Senior Vice President, A&R. “We couldn’t be more excited to have him on our team and we are ready to get to work!”
“Being a part of the Tape Room family is such an honor and I find myself having to pinch my arm to make sure this is reality,” shares Bailey. “Ashley is my songwriting hero, and he’s written the soundtrack to my life, so to have the opportunity to work beside him and learn from him is nothing short of amazing. Kelly, Blain [Rhodes] and Caroline [Hodson] are the best in the business and immediately made me feel like I was exactly where I was supposed to be. I’m beyond blessed to have such great people in my corner and I can’t wait to see what the future holds.”
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