Maverick Nashville has signed singer-songwriter Jenna LaMaster to a management deal.
LaMaster joins the company’s roster of Brooks & Dunn, Darius Rucker, Elvie Shane, Hootie & the Blowfish, Jason Aldean, Lauren Alaina, Rachel Wammack, Rascal Flatts, Shane Profitt and Terri Clark.
The barrel-racing, western songstress moved from the mountains of California to Texas to compete on the professional rodeo circuit. She then made her way to Nashville to pursue her country music dream and signed a publishing deal with Sheltered Music. LaMaster has scored cuts with Ashland Craft, Kasey Tyndall and Dylan Marlowe, among others, and recently released her debut single “Drunk Thoughts.”
Marne McLyman will oversee LaMaster along with clients Brooks & Dunn and Clark.
“From the moment I heard Jenna’s music I knew I wanted to work with her. Her authenticity, sound and lyrics are what I love about country music. I’m excited to bring Jenna’s talent as an artist and a songwriter to the masses,” says McLyman.
“This is a dream come true. I am beyond excited to partner with Maverick Nashville and take the next step in my artist career,” shares LaMaster. “I could not imagine a better team than Marne McLyman and Clarence Spalding! I can’t wait to see what we will accomplish together.”
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