Zach Bryan Signs Publishing Deal With Warner Chappell Music

Zach Bryan’s “Something in the Orange” topped the charts. billboard‘s Hot Country Songs chart and Hot Rock & Alternative Songs chart have signed a worldwide publishing deal with Warner Chappell Music. Warner-Chappell declined to disclose the terms of the deal.

Signed to Warner Records, Bryan has broken out as one of the brightest new artists of the past few years. billboard Top New Country Artists of 2022.

Based in Los Angeles David Goldsen, has signed Brian, Head of WCM for A&R in Australia and Vice President of Creative. “Zak is a truly generational songwriter, and it was clear from the first time we heard his music. He is a natural storyteller and has a natural talent for writing songs that are unguarded and unguarded.In a short period of time he has captivated all music fans and we know that we can work with him. I feel very lucky and excited.”

Goldsen began courting Brian some time ago. They were literally the first people I spoke to on . “They never forced a four-person writing team on me or asked me to do something I didn’t want to do. They just believed in me. I just supported them.” But I owe it to them to regain their trust in me, who was just a 23-year-old kid from Oklahoma walking around New York like a sore thumb.”

Brian’s major debut, american heartbreakwas released in May and Brian wrote all 34 songs himself. billboard‘s Top Country Albums chart, reaching #5 in the US. billboard 200 charts. According to Warner his chapel, his global stream numbers surpass his 1 billion.

“Zack has already launched a record-breaking career and there’s a lot more to come,” said Warner-Chappell Music’s president of North America. Ryan Press“He’s not afraid to do things differently. It’s great to see him become such a positive force in the industry and reshape the way singer/songwriters release music.” This is a very important moment and I am very proud to join him on this journey as he continues to blaze his own path.”

Bryan’s Burn Burn Burn North American tour begins May 10 at the John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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