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WMN BRINGS IN BRADEN
12/4/19

Warner Music Nashville gave country artist Tyler Braden a warm welcome to the label family with a recording contract. The Alabama native moved to Nashville in 2016 and, while working as a firefighter, began to build a catalogue and tour.

Braden’s influences include Eric Church, Alan Jackson, Keith Urban, John Mayer, Ron Pope and Jason Reeves. Currently repped by Triple 8 Management, along with 50 Egg Music for publishing and Nashville-based agents at WME, Braden is set to release new music in 2020.

Seen above are (l-r) WMN VP of Artist Development Justin Luffman, Triple 8's Pete Olson, WMN Director of A&R Stephanie Davenport, Chairman/CEO John Esposito and EVP of A&R Cris Lacy, Triple 8 Co-Owner Bruce Kalmick, WMN SVP of Radio & Streaming Kristen Williams, SVP of Artist Development Shane Tarleton and COO Matt Signore.

Shortly after this photo was taken, Braden demonstrated how to properly handle a fire extinguisher, which apparently doesn't involve propelling yourself down the hallway on an office chair. Go figure.