Reviver Publishing and LOCASH Join ole and Tim McGraw In New Joint Venture

LOCASH AND REVIVER PUBLISHING INK WRITERS DEAL IN ASSOCIATION WITH OLE AND TIM McGRAW

Reviver Publishing and LOCASH Join ole and Tim McGraw In New Joint Venture

 

NASHVILLE, TN  (November 23, 2015) – Reviver Records recording artists, LOCASH, are partnering with Tim McGraw and ole, the world’s fastest-growing independent rights management company, to continue churning out hits for the publishing arm of Reviver Records, LLC.  The exclusive administration agreement establishes a relationship between ole, LOCASH and Reviver Publishing.

“We’re honored and excited to once again be working with such an icon and one of our favorite artists of all time, Tim McGraw,” said LOCASH member Chris Lucas.

Lucas and the other half of LOCASH, Preston Brust, penned the Top 10 hit “Truck Yeah” for Tim McGraw and Keith Urban’s No. 1 smash “You Gonna Fly.”

Building on the momentum of their rising Billboard Top 15 single, “I Love This Life,” LOCASH will have an opportunity to show off their powerful vocals when they belt out the National Anthem Thanksgiving Day during the Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears game Thursday, November 26 on NBC (6:30/7:30 CST).

LOCASH continues touring the country while writing new material on the road.  “The team at ole and Reviver has everything that we have been looking for in a publishing company, and we know we’ve hit a grand slam with this partnership. We could not be more excited to have found a great home for our songs,” said LOCASH member Preston Brust.

Reviver was founded by music Promotional Executive veteran David Ross, who has worked with Sony BMG Music Worldwide Entertainment, the TJ Martell Foundation, CMJ, Alpha Distributors and his own S*Management. Reviver Publishing, based in New Jersey under Reviver Records, LLC , a production and management company has recently found a second home in Nashville, TN.

“After opening our Nashville office in December 2014, we met the folks at ole and were extremely impressed with the work they do on behalf of their songwriters on Music Row and throughout the world,” said David Ross, President and CEO of Reviver Records. “We know that they will work tirelessly on behalf of our artists and are excited to see what we can accomplish together.”

Breaking into the industry with the Tribute Albums “Let Us In: Nashville”, “Let Us In: Americana” and “Blessed” by Sir Paul McCartney benefiting The Woman and Cancer Fund, featured acts such as Jeff Daniels, Lee Ann Womack, Phil Vassar, Ricky Skaggs, SHeDAISY, Steel Magnolia, Steve Earle, Will Hoge, and many more. Reviver Publishing and Reviver Records, LLC has since signed R&B icon Little Anthony, a 2009 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, country act Lucas Hoge, rising country duo LOCASH and country rock band Blackjack Billy.

“Reviver Records is an exciting new name in the Nashville scene, and ole is looking forward to providing increased exposure and wide-ranging opportunities for their roster of artists,” said John Ozier, GM of Nashville Creative at ole. “With ole’s world-class publishing resources and expert, well-connected staff behind them, there’s no telling how high Reviver’s artists can climb both in Nashville and around the globe.”

For more information on LOCASH, please visit www.locashmusic.com

 

About Reviver Records:

Reviver Records started with a song and a charity-driven campaign several years ago – “Let Us In”. As an independent record label, Reviver is now on the verge of taking the term “independent” to a new level of entertainment – a new level of music. To some, this may sound as if Reviver Records is more of a cliché, but that is not the case. In essence, Reviver is an independent, risk taking, staunch in its beliefs, young, free, supportive… daunting and above all, caring record label. Reviver Records lives in its freedom to discover and introduce both new and classic songs/artists in varying genres. As an American record label, its lifeblood flows to support independence, creativity, and the culture of song, explore uncharted territory, and promote new and established artists and present records with artistry and radio in mind.

 

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