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1/18/23

Red Street Records Chairman/Owner Dan Crockett, Owner/CEO Jay DeMarcus and General Manager Alex Valentine have welcomed Ryan Larkins to the Red Street Country roster. The singer-songwriter has what DeMarcus called a “once in a generation voice," one they're looking forward to cultivating.

After winning first place in WSM’s Road Show Talent Competition, Larkins has gone on to work with several Nashville heavy-hitters, including Country Music Hall of Fame inductee Bill Anderson, Steve Bogard and Scooter Carusoe. More recently, he co-wrote "Someday It Will All Make Sense" with Anderson and Bobby Tomberlin, which was later recorded by Dolly Parton and Anderson himself. Needless to say, the future looks bright for Larkins—unlike ours.

Seen in the photo above hoping to erase any memory of HITS are: (L-R) Crockett, Larkins, DeMarcus (front row) and Valentine, SVP of Promotion Andy Elliott, Senior Director Kelly King and Director of A&R Publishing Harrison Sokoloff (back row).