Big Loud Shirt Publishing, Big Loud Mountain Publishing and Management, and Big Loud Records are streamlining and rebranding as Big Loud.
The new organisation is founded by Grammy award-winning songwriter Craig Wiseman, all-star producer Joey Moi, artist manager Kevin “Chief” Zaruk, and visionary VP Seth England. The independent company is an innovative fusion of song publishing, artist development, management, production, promotion, and capital investment, all under one roof.
Big Loud will leverage the wide-ranging expertise of its four partners and record label division President Clay Hunnicutt.
Big Loud’s publishing division opened in 2003 and signed songwriters such as Rodney Clawson, Chris Tompkins, Sarah Buxton and The Warren Brothers. The roster also includes Florida Georgia Line’s Hubbard and Brian Kelley, Matt Dragstrem, and Jamie Moore.
The management arm represents Florida Georgia Line, Chris Lane, Dallas Smith, Mat Kearney, Ernest K. and MacKenzie Porter.
In 2015 Hunnicutt joined the company to lead the label division and delivered the label’s first single, Chris Lane’s Fix, to the top of the charts. It has also launched new talents Morgan Wallen and Jillian Jacqueline.
Big Loud’s capital division was founded this week. It seeks to support new innovation in the field of music technology to the benefit of both artists and fans alike.