New independent record label Leo33 has signed up-and-comer Jenna Paulette to its artist roster. She joins Zach Top as the label’s second signing.
Paulette is a native of Lewisville, Texas, whose roots run deep in the agricultural industry. In addition to being a working cowgirl, Paulette is a member of the CMT Next Women of Country Class of 2022 and an Apple Music’s Country Riser of the Month selectee.
She released her debut album, The Girl I Was, in early 2023, and has amassed over 30 million on-demand streams. Alongside Leo33, Paulette is set to release her first taste of new music on March 1 with “Darlin’,” a tune she co-wrote with Jess Cayne and Matthew Morrisey.
“I’m thrilled to be part of the Leo33 family and collaborate with a label that values authenticity in addition to creativity. This partnership marks a new chapter in my career and I can’t wait to share more music and stories with my fans,” Paulette shares of the signing.
Katie Dean, the Head of Leo33, shares, “Jenna’s authenticity and commitment to storytelling aligns perfectly with Leo33’s vision of fostering innovative music. We’re excited to support Jenna in her artistic endeavors and provide a platform for her unique voice to reach a broader audience.”
Paulette is currently on the road with Aaron Watson as part of his “The Armadillo Dance Hall Tour,” and just played to a packed crowd at the Mercury Lounge in New York City. Additional upcoming stops include Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh, Tampa, Atlanta and more.
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