Jared has finally settled in with a record company partner - and he didn’t even have to learn a whole bunch of new names to cozy up to the team that’ll be working his next album project!
With the recent expansion of the Nashville operations of Blaster Records, signing with the label was an easy decision for Jared, who has long been managed by parent company Blaster Entertainment’s music management division. The deal was announced today by Blaster Entertainment president Mike Dennison. Jared will be joining esteemed label-mates Hank Williams, Jr., Aaron Lewis and Brother Trouble. Blaster Records is distributed through Warner Music Nashville.
“When Mike and Blaster’s CEO Tom Porter approached me with the idea of signing to the label, it was really a pretty easy decision,” said Jared. “Blaster Records has grown so much in the last year. I’m thrilled to be able to keep my records in the family. These guys know me, believe in me and are passionate about the music that I’m making.”
Plans call for Jared to head into the studio this Spring to record several of his new song that will be combined with a number of tracks remixed from Jared’s self-titled independent release. Blaster Records will ship the remix of Jared’s “Last Train To Memphis” to country radio in March with an album release set for later in the year.