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News October 28, 2020

Jindabyne country artist Brad Cox inks global publishing deal

Jindabyne country artist Brad Cox inks global publishing deal
Credit: Maclay Heriot

Jindabyne-born country artist Brad Cox has inked a global publishing deal with Sony/ATV Music Publishing.

The singer-songwriter, artist, and four-time Golden Guitar nominee will be collaborating with Sony/ATV’s creative teams in both Nashville and Australia to build on what has already been an impressive career so far.

Wth singles like ‘Rusty Strings’ and ‘Give Me Tonight’ – which amassed over 4 million global streams – Brad Cox caught the attention of Luke Combs collaborator Dan Isbell who he wrote his recent track ‘Drinking Season’ with. The song has already garnered over 1 million global streams.

Since launching his career in 2018, Cox has earned opening spots for acts like Brett Eldredge, Jon Pardi, Randy Houser, Adam Eckersley and Brooke McClymont.

Cox released the clip for his latest single, ‘Short Lived Love’, on October 23. The clip is directed by Brisbane filmmaker Dan Graetz, who is behind visuals for Paul Kelly, Violent Soho, and E^ST, among others.

Check out Brad Cox’s video for ‘Short Lived Love’:

Sony/ATV Nashville Vice President, Creative Tom Luteran said: “I first met Brad last year and immediately became fast friends with him. He’s not only a talented artist, but a really genuine great guy. I am looking forward to watching him become a country music star in the US.”

Sony/ATV Australia Head of A&R/Creative, Craig Hawker said: “We are absolutely delighted to be working in conjunction with our Nashville office on such an exciting new Australian country voice in Brad Cox, who is a superstar in the making.”

Brad Cox added: “Songwriting is such a huge part of me and my career. I’m super stoked to be working with Sony/ATV both in Australia and in Nashville. I love them all and this is going to be an awesome partnership.”

Check out Brad Cox’s ‘Water On The Ground’ clip:

This article originally appeared on The Industry Observer, which is now part of The Music Network.


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