Big Machine Music proudly announced earlier this week the signing of esteemed songwriter Jonathan Singleton to an exclusive publishing agreement.
“The highest caliber of songwriter today, Jonathan is exactly the kind of unique talent that we are honored to represent at Big Machine Music,” said Mike Molinar, Vice President of BMM. “I’m so proud to welcome him to our family.”
Singleton has established himself as a true talent in the Nashville community with a beloved personality and consistent string of hits, including the #1 singles “Let It Rain” (David Nail) and Why Don’t We Just Dance” (Josh Turner), as well as hits, “Red Light” (Nail); “Chasing Airplanes” (Gary Allan) and “Don’t” (Billy Currington). He has also garnered album cuts from superstars such as Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Blake Shelton and Little Big Town.
“I am more than excited to be a part of the Big Machine team. I expect great things from them and hope I live up to their expectations,” added the Tennessee native, who is originally from Jackson.
Singleton recently finished a solo record entitled The Getaway, which will be released independently this year. Previously, he founded the group Jonathan Singleton and The Grove.
Pictured from (L-R): Big Machine Music’s Tali Giles, Jonathan Singleton, BMM’s Mike Molinar and Alex Heddle