Breakout Country Star Tyler Braden Signs with 50 Egg Music for Publishing and Triple 8 Management for Representation
NASHVILLE (CelebrityAccess) –Breakout country star Tyler Braden has signed a deal with 50 Egg Music, a publishing and artist development venture co-owned by Luke Combs together with co-founders Tali Canterbury and Jonathan Singleton. The deal is part of a comprehensive partnership with Sony ATV, which also sees Braden inking a deal with Triple 8 Management for representation.
“It’s been a while since I met a new artist who wants this more than Tyler Braden,” said Triple 8 co-founder Bruce Kalmick. “While we’ve been a part of Tyler’s team for a few years on an advisory level developing the music and structure to best set him up to succeed, we are excited to officially sign him to our management roster in partnership with Pete Olson. This alliance with 50 Egg and Sony ATV is an exciting next step toward releasing more great music from Tyler.”
“Talent, work ethic and persistence are all things I look for in clients and Tyler definitely checks every one of those boxes,” adds Olson. “He knows what he wants and he knows who he is as a writer and artist. We are thrilled to partner with Triple 8, 50 Egg and Sony ATV.”
Braden is one of the first artists signed to the newly-formed 50 Egg Music since Combs himself. Publisher and president Tali Canterbury elaborates: “Our vision at 50 Egg is to help launch careers, and Tyler’s signing is a strong testament to all our belief in his talents as a writer, vocalist and performer.”
Braden began writing songs while working as a firefighter in his hometown of Montgomery, Alabama, spending his off days playing shows throughout the southeast. After his first performance at a writer’s round in Nashville two years ago, Braden decided to go all in and make the move to Music City. He quickly built a name for himself among industry insiders on the strength of his powerful voice, addictive melodies and relatable lyrics.
Braden’s debut single, “Little Red Wine” has amassed more than 10 million streams.
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