2015 has already been a big year for country rock band Old Dominion, and shows no signs of slowing down. The 5 piece band composed of professional studio musicians and established songwriters have signed a record deal with Sony RCA Nashville. Sony Music Nashville Chairman and CEO Gary Overton said Old Dominion wins over fans with their rocking approach to country music.
As an independent band, Old Dominion forged a clever strategic partnership with Nashville label services company Thirty Tigers, which helped lead to sturdy early sales numbers. Old Dominion’s debut EP that has turned so many heads was produced by hit-making songwriter and producer Shane McAnally.
McAnally referred the band to manager Clint Higham, who also represents Kenny Chesney, where he was initially skeptical about working for a band because, as he put it, “you’ve got five people you’re reporting to instead of one.” But Higham and his team fell in love with Old Dominion, helped the group build a following and developed a more refined product to offer the record labels.
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