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Music City
SMACKSONGS' OPEN-DORR POLICY
1/15/20

Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne’s SMACKSongs is celebrating the inking of Josh Dorr to an exclusive publishing deal. Dorr, who moved to Nashville in 2010, has secured cuts with artists like Jordan Davis, Dylan Brady, Sister Hazel, and Emerson Hart, among others. Dorr has also released two solo EPs in addition to working on his upcoming release, which is expected sometime this year.

“I’m honored and beyond excited to be part of such a talented roster of writers/artists and creative staff. “I’m grateful for the opportunity and I can’t wait to start 2020 with my amazing new team at Smack,” says Dorr.

SMACKSongs Senior Creative Director, Lee Krabel, adds, “I’ve been a fan of Josh’s for years. From day one he has fit right in with the staff of writers at SMACK. We are so excited to be a part of his future and help take his career to new heights.”

Seen hoping to smack some sense into us are (l-r) SMACKSongs’ Robin Palmer, McAnally, Dorr and Krabel.

Photo Credit: Cece Dawson