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SEAN STEMALY SIGNS WITH WME AND BMG NASHVILLE
7/17/19

Singer-songwriter Sean Stemaly has signed a global pub deal with BMG Nashville along with WME for worldwide representation. The agency will now represent the rising star in all areas including music, film, TV, books, branding and endorsements. 

Born in Western Kentucky and raised in Southern Indiana, Stemaly found his singing ability at the age of 19 and began writing songs at 22. After relocating to Nashville, he has since penned over 100 songs and shared the stage with artists like LANCO, HARDY, RaeLynn and Cody Johnson, among others. 

Stemaly released his new single, "Georgia," on 2/1, co-written with Ryan Robinette, Davis Branch and Sam Grayson

He is managed by Lex Lipsitz and Chief Zaruk at Big Loud/Maverick

Pictured above, top Row: Alex Luebbert (WME), Scott Safford (Safford & Motley), MaryAnn Keen (BMI), Austin Neal (WME), Kevin 'Chief' Zaruk (Big Loud / Maverick) Bottom Row: Kos Weaver (BMG), Rakiyah Marshall (BMG), Sean Stemaly and Lex Lipsitz (Big Loud/Maverick).