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Gathering after a spirited and sweaty game of cornhole at the iHeartMusic Summit in Nashville last week were, from left,  BBR Music Group Jon Loba,  iHeartMedia’s John Sykes, Zac Brown, iHeartMedia  EVP Country Programming Strategy Rod Phillips and iHeartMedia’s Tom Poleman.

The Zac Brown Band have signed a new global licensing agreement with BMG to release their forthcoming studio album through BBR Music Group’s Wheelhouse Records.

Brown praised BMG, saying “they understand our vision and sound and will help shape this next chapter in a way that’s uniquely ours.”

The band is preparing to kick off the second leg of their successful Down The Rabbit Hole Live Tour in March and will embark on The Owl Tour this summer.

BBR Music Group EVP Jon Loba said, “they are one of the very few acts in any genre that can sell out stadiums. We have long admired Zac not only for his music, but his philanthropic efforts through his music.”