Old Dominion Inks Deal With RCA Nashville
March 2, 2015 at 7:27 AM (PT)
OLD DOMINION has officially inked a deal with RCA NASHVILLE. The quintet is comprised of MATTHEW RAMSEY, TREVOR ROSEN, WHIT SELLERS, GEOFF SPRUNG, and BRAD TURSI and has been playing and touring together for ten years.
"There has been a very loud buzz about OLD DOMINION around the SONY MUSIC NASHVILLE offices for some time now; so much that the three imprints were all fighting for the chance to work with the band," explained SONY NASHVILLE CEO GARY OVERTON. "I am pleased to announce the signing of OLD DOMINION to RCA RECORDS NASHVILLE."
The group landed a deal with MORRIS HIGHMAN MANAGEMENT just under two years ago, released its self-titled debut EP recently, have been added to the upcoming KENNY CHESNEY tour as a support act, and continue to watch its current single, "Break Up With Him," gain ground on the MEDIABASE charts. The seemingly overnight success has been propelled by a decade of hard work behind the scenes building a fan base. SIRIUSXM also played an important role in the group's recent successes, as "Break Up With Him" spent six weeks atop SIRIUSXM's "THE HIGHWAY HOT 45 COUNTDOWN."
"We couldn't be more excited to join the RCA NASHVILLE family," said RAMSEY. "As a band, we are eager to start our next chapter and are grateful for the opportunity to do that the support of an amazing promotion and marketing team in RCA."