Flat Earth Music just signed a deal with Dawson Reigns. Dawson scored a number one hit early in 2010 with “If Crazy Wasn’t So Beautiful” and saw three other singles enjoy success – “Girl Next Door”; “Someone Watching Over Me” and “Empty Handed” from his debut album “Enjoy the Ride.” Dawson has been writing songs with top Nashville hit writers for his follow-up album to be released in the US, Canada and globally.
Reigns remarks on joining Flat Earth Music,
“I’m very excited about being apart of Flat Earth Music. I’ve been very fortunate to have written with some of Nashville’s best this past year and to have the group at Flat Earth Music promote these songs and me to the country music industry is amazing! Flat Earth Music has great team management, a strong business understanding and a unique approach to the music industry that fits me perfectly. Looking forward to creating more hit music out of Flat Earth Music.”
David Wilson of FLAT EARTH MUSIC had this to say about signing Dawson to their roster –
“Outside of being grounded and very personable, Dawson’s desire, dedication and belief in himself were our biggest draw to work out a deal in bringing him on board. Even knowing his passion is performing at the artist level, having Dawson’s ability brings together some of our missing pieces. We are very excited to work with Dawson on his music and writing.”
If you’d like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview, please call Dave Wilson at (615) 866-6883 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Judge’s Vinegarroon
1805 Church Street in Downtown Nashville
Thursday, February 16 | 6:30-8:30pm
Son of a Baptist preacher, Dan Isbell grew up in Savannah, TN and has been writing music since the age of 13. He plays guitar, piano and recently picked up the fiddle.
Accomplished songwriter Skip Black wrote Eden’s Edge latest hit “Amen” and has a cut on Craig Morgan’s latest album. Skip writes for Sony ATV.
“Dan Isbell has been playing guitar for over 15 years and his ability to come up with musical and lyrical ideas and turn them into commercial-driven songs,” states Todd Wilkes, Creative Director for Flat Earth Music. “I believe he is on the verge of creating a name for himself. I also believe his talent is attracting other writers such as Jonathan Singleton, James LeBlanc and Jason Matthews to sit down and co-write with him and I am very happy to be representing his music.”
Listen to a couple of songs by Dan Isbell:
Dan Isbell was raised on the banks of the Tennessee River in small town Savannah, Tennessee. His education of melodies and harmonies started early in a little Baptist church where his father pastored. Continue reading
Reba McEntire has been nominated for two American Country Awards. She’s a contender for the Single of the Year: Female and Music Video: Female for“Turn On Your Radio,” co-written by Flat Earth Music’s Mark Oakley. The song was a #1 record-breaking hit for Reba in early 2011.
You can learn more about voting for her at reba.com.