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1/17/23

Rising country artist Meghan Patrick has inked to Make Wake Artists for management, working with Chris Kappy and Randi McFadden, and WME for global representation.

Continuing her longstanding label partnership with Riser House Records, Patrick kicks off 2023 with her latest single, “She’s No Good for Me,” due 1/20.

“I could not be more excited to be a part of the Make Wake and WME families,” said Patrick. “I know I have finally found my home, and we are going to do big things!”

“She is the true definition of a rockstar,” shared Make Wake’s McFadden.

“Meghan is a force to be reckoned with,” added WME Nashville Partner Nate Towne. “Her powerful performances and bold songwriting captivates audiences everywhere. We’re thrilled to have her at WME and to continue building on her proven success.”

"Meghan Patrick has a rich culture and a strong, definable brand," said Riser House Entertainment President/co-Founder Jennifer Johnson. "We are honored to present Meghan and her message to the world in 2023."

Pictured above before heading to the nearest hot chicken joint to celebrate are (l-r) Sayre Baker, Patrick and McFadden.

Photo Credit: Kurt Ozan