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Pictured (l-r): back row – L3 Entertainment’s Cody Villalobos, BMLG’s Allison Jones, L3 Entertainment’s Pete Hartung, Tour Manager Ricky Crawford, BMLG’s Andrew Kautz; front row – The Valory Music Co.’s George Briner, Sanders, BMLG’s Scott Borchetta

The Valory Music Co. has announced the addition of Heath Sanders to its roster. The Arkansas native officially joins the Big Machine Label Group imprint whose roster includes Thomas Rhett, Brantley Gilbert, Sheryl Crow, Justin Moore, Eli Young Band, Aaron LewisTyler Rich, Avenue Beat and Conner Smith.

The Valory Music Co. President George Briner commented, “Heath Sanders has the talent and voice that people will be talking about from the very first time they hear him. And this boy is country, through and through.” 

The former oil field worker turned singer/songwriter has been on the road introducing himself to country fans, performing alongside Justin Moore, Drake White and Chase Rice. Sanders is managed by L3 Entertainment in Nashville.

“After watching the Big Machine Label Group build the careers of some of my heroes, it’s an honor to experience firsthand the welcoming spirit, work ethic and love for music that is the driving force behind the team at The Valory Music Co.," shared Sanders. "This is life-changing and I’ll be forever grateful for the opportunity.” 

Following this photo opp, the posse paddled a kayak over a lake filled with Big Machine vodka.