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SONY/ATV INKS KYLE CLARK
5/26/20

Sony/ATV Nashville has inked singer/songwriter Kyle Clark to an exclusive global pub deal. The 22-year-old up-and-comer has garnered attention in the country music scene after opening for artists like Kane Brown, Randy Houser and Darius Rucker, and has since collaborated with Nashville’s top songwriters.

Sony/ATV Nashville CEO Rusty Gaston shared, “Kyle Clark is a dynamic songwriter and a hard worker with great potential – I’m pleased to welcome him to Sony/ATV, and our team is proud to support him as he develops his career.” Sony/ATV Nashville Creative Director, Dane Schmidt added, “Watching Kyle grow as a songwriter over the last six months has been nothing short of impressive. He has truly committed to his craft and has shown he’ll go above and beyond to succeed as a creator and artist,”

"I am so excited to sign with Sony/ATV, and I’m thankful for the support of Rusty, Joey, and the Schmidt brothers. I could not have asked for a better team of people – they have worked hard to make this dream possible,” said Clark.

Recently, the Georgia native teamed up with Sony/ATV and Tree Vibez Music songwriter and producer Jordan Schmidt to write and record his debut self-titled EP, which dropped on 4/17. Featuring tracks like “Like the World’s Gonna End” and “First Time Feels,” other co-writers on the EP included Josh Miller, Josh Mirenda, Matt McGinn, Andy Albert and Jared Mullins.