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Following the release of his debut single, "Drop Everything," Arista Nashville recording artist Carlton Anderson (seated in the picture above) has signed with Morris Higham Management.

“Carlton is one of the rare young artists who understands why country music matters," shared Clint Higham, "and he makes it as compelling and as current as anything on radio. When you find an artist who’s so grounded in the roots, who can sing, write and connect with fans across ages, places and everything that country music now contains, that’s like finding a unicorn. When you find an artist like that, and they have a work ethic that matches the team at Morris Higham, that’s when special things happen. Everyone here believes in his music, and there’s no young artist I’ve seen like this.”

"Drop Everything" is just getting started at Country radio, where it's now #49 and preparing to chart. Keep those peepers pealed.

Seen before dropping a pretty penny or two at Kayne Prime are (L-R) Morris Higham’s Will Hitchcock, Rob Filhart, Clint Higham, Nick Morris and Dale Morris.