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MAKING SERIOUS GREEN (UPDATE)
2/20/18

Word from the 615 has it that buzzing singer/songwriter Riley Green has officially inked a massive label deal with Big Machine, wrapping up an intense bidding war.

Last week, it was learned that the new country artist had signed with Ben Vaughn's Warner/Chappell Nashville team for publishing. 

The charismatic Green, who’s managed by industry up-and-comer Joe Lee and repped by Greenberg Traurig attorney Jess Rosen, already pulls in serious crowds when on the road; he’s with WME for touring. His six-song EP, Outlaws Like Us, dropped last August. That set houses song “Bury Me in Dixie,” which boasts 2m+ streams on Spotify.