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11/28/22

Big Yellow Dog Music has inked singer-songwriter Kyle Coulahan.

Since getting his start in music, the Florida native—who was mentored by producer Chips Moman (Waylon Jennings, Elvis Presley, Willie Nelson)—has penned tracks with the likes of Bobby Pinson (Jason Aldean, Randy Houser) and Clint Daniels (Eric Church, Jon Pardi), among others.

Most recently, Coulahan teamed up with comedian Carlos Kane for their new track “Country as Hell.”

“When I heard Kyle Coulahan's voice singing the hits he walked in with, I knew immediately we had a ringer,” said Big Yellow Dog Music co-owner/CEO Carla Wallace. “His work ethic and charm are a nice addition to the hits. Thanks to Jacee Badauex for bringing this one to Big Yellow Dog.”

As he continues to write for other artists, Coulahan is also gearing up to release more new music of his own. Until then, peep the vid for “Country as Hell” below.