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BIG MACHINE MUSIC EXTENDS DEAL WITH LAURA VELTZ
7/20/20

Big Machine Music has extended its exclusive, long-term songwriting deal with Laura Veltz.

During her near 8-year with Big Machine, Veltz has penned six #1 tracks including Lady A’s “What If I Never Get Over You,” Marren Morris’ record breaking “The Bones“ and I Could Use A Love Song,” Chris Young’s “Lonely Eyes,” Eli Young Band’s “Drunk Last Night” and Dan + Shay’s “Speechless,” which earned Veltz a Grammy nom.
 
“Laura is a rarity among rarities in terms of craft, commerciality and caring for her fellow humans," says BMM GM Mike Molinar. "We feel privileged that we get to continue supporting her and her music for many years to come."
 
“Big Machine Music and Mike Molinar were both there for my first hit and I am so lucky to have had them in my corner ever since. I’m grateful and excited to partner up again for the next chapter of my life,” adds Veltz.

Currently nominated for three 2020 AIMP Nashville awards including Songwriter of the Year, Song of the Year (“The Bones”) and Publisher’s Pick (“To Hell and Back”), Veltz also became the first and only female to claim the #1 spot on the Top Country Songwriter chart since its inception.

Veltz has also penned songs for artists including Kelly Clarkson, Miranda Lambert, The Highwomen, Reba McEntire, Little Big Town, Dierks Bentley, Ryan Hurd, Brothers Osborne, Carly Pearce, Kane Brown and more.