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SONY/ATV INKS BRAD COX
10/27/20

Sony/ATV has inked rising country star Brad Cox to a global publishing deal. Under the agreement, Cox will collaborate with the company’s creative teams in both Nashville and Australia. 

The Australia native made a name for himself in the country scene with singles like “Rusty Strings” and “Give Me Tonight,” which has garnered 4m+ global streams RTD.

Most recently, the four-time Golden Guitar nominee released “Drinking Season,” co-written by Brad and Dan Isbell (Luke Combs), and it’s already amassed 1m+ stream. He also dropped a “Short Lived Love” in Australia on 10/16, followed by a music video on 10/23.

“I first met Brad last year and immediately became fast friends with him. He’s not only a talented artist, but a really genuine, great guy. I am looking forward to watching him become a country music star in the US,” shared Sony/ATV Nashville VP, Creative, Tom Luteran.

Sony/ATV Australia Head of A&R/Creative, Craig Hawker, added,We are absolutely delighted to be working in conjunction with our Nashville office on such an exciting new Australian country voice in Brad Cox, who is a superstar in the making.”

“Songwriting is such a huge part of me and my career. I’m super stoked to be working with Sony/ATV both in Australia and in Nashville. I love them all and this is going to be an awesome partnership,” said Cox.

Cox, who released his self-titled debut album in 2018, has previously opened for artists like Brett Eldredge, Jon Pardi, Randy Houser, Adam Eckersley and Brooke McClymont.

Photo Credit: Maclay Heriot