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3/9/21

Sony Music Publishing has renewed its global deal with Luke Bryan.

Bryan, who started his career as a songwriter, plans to release a deluxe version of Born Here Live Here Die Here on 4/9, adding six new songs to the original 10 tracks. Born Here contained four back-to-back #1 country songs.

“I am personally so excited for Luke to extend his long-standing relationship with Sony Music Publishing Nashville,” Sony Music Publishing Nashville CEO Rusty Gaston said. “His songs are genuine enough to touch the heart of the individual listener and engaging enough to bring an entire stadium to its feet.”

Bryan said, “Songwriters are the backbone of country music and being included in this category with arguably the biggest company in the business is unreal.”