Sony Music Nashville artist Nate Smith has joined The Neal Agency’s growing roster.
Since Smith made his way to Nashville, he has made a huge splash with songs such as his Platinum-certified multi-week No. 1 hit “Whiskey On You.” Now aligned with The Neal Agency, Smith joins Morgan Wallen, Hardy, Riley Green, Bailey Zimmerman and more.
“We are honored to add Nate to The Neal Agency family. He is a rare talent and is one of those artists it only takes one time to meet and listen to until you immediately fall in love,” share agents Adi Sharma and Evan Kantor. “We could not be more excited to see what the future holds for Nate!”
Smith adds, “I couldn’t be more excited to be teaming up with the best agents in the game. They have a real plan for me, and it’s gonna absolutely change my life and career. The Neal Agency is family, and the craziest part is that we’ve already worked together earlier on, so this is a real full circle moment for all of us! I’m grateful, and extremely lucky to have the best of the best in live entertainment!”
In addition to Sony Music Nashville and TNA, Smith is represented by The Core Entertainment for artist management. The Core Entertainment’s Simon Tikhman and Chief Zaruk share, “We are excited to work with Adi and the Neal Agency. What the Neal Agency has built in such a short time is a testament to their hard work and dedication to their artists. The future is very bright for their partnership with Nate Smith.”
As his current single “World On Fire” remains in the top 40 and climbing on country radio, Smith has embarked on Thomas Rhett’s “Home Team Tour ‘23” and will support Cole Swindell on select dates of his “Twelve Tour” this fall. Having previously opened for Wallen at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium last April, Smith will once again support the country star on Nov. 16 at The Moody Center in Austin, Texas.
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