Newly established division of Plowboy Records NEED MORE ARTIST MANAGEMENT has signed country blues/rockabilly artist Eric Heatherly to its roster. Need More Artist Management specializes in managing established artists, specifically those who produce their own recordings and actively tour in support of their music.
“We are excited to have Eric and his performance and recording brands, The Continental Kings and Goats of Kudzu, be the first additions on our roster. We look forward to helping him expand the possibilities for his already impressive career,” said Ben Ewing, General Manager of NEED MORE ARTIST MANAGEMENT.
Considered a rare “quadruple threat” artist, Heatherly is a seasoned singer, songwriter, instrumentalist and producer. Following the Top 10 success of his debut single, “Flowers On The Wall,” the talented musician has continued to build his brand with the bluesy one-man show, Goats of Kudzu, as well as his rockabilly trio, Eric Heatherly & The Continental Kings. NEED MORE ARTIST MANAGEMENT will assist in exposing music fans across the globe to Heatherly’s most recent projects, as he continues to tour and write with prominent Nashville songwriters.
About Plowboy Records: Plowboy Records, LLC was established in 2012 to promote and further the legacy of the late singer Eddy Arnold as well as to provide a platform for additional recorded projects that focus on the creation of authentic music regardless of genre. The mission of Plowboy Records is to serve as a caretaker to the current music business interests of the estate of Eddy Arnold, as well as to reintroduce his music and influence to a new generation through legacy-related projects and ones designed to bridge the gap between what was and what will be the future. Since forming, the label has released titles from Country Music Hall of Fame members Bobby Bare and Jim Ed Brown, Chuck Mead, Cheetah Chrome, the Fauntleroys and more.https://www.countryschatter.com/2017/02/need-more-artist-management-signs-eric-heatherly/NewsPress ReleaseBen Ewing,Eric Heatherly,Need More Artist Management,Plowboy Records,Shannon Pollard