Aubrie Sellers signs record deal with Warner music Nashville

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Critically acclaimed singer, songwriter and performer Aubrie Sellers has just signed with Warner Bros. / Warner Music Nashville. Taking 2016 by storm with her self-described garage country sound, Billboard touted Sellers as “one of the most-talked-about artists in Music City.” She was named a must-see act of CMA Fest by Rolling Stone, who noted that she blends “country with a little taste of Sixties garage-rock and electrifying flashes of cool confidence” and with her “heavy twang and fuzzy feedback… Sellers shows how sweet it sounds to break the rules.” Widely applauded for the grit and honesty of her music, The New York Times praised the “southern-rock muscle behind her gentle voice,” while NPR Music observed “[Sellers’ music is] plainly the work of an artist who’s determined to construct a riveting identity for herself.”
“When you combine the purity of Aubrie’s voice, the gritty swagger of her delivery and her amazing and unique approach to songwriting, it’s no surprise that the competition to sign her to a major label was intense,” said Warner Music Nashville Chairman & CEO John Esposito. “We couldn’t be more thrilled that she chose to join our Warner Music Nashville family, and we are excited to join her already impressive musical journey.”
“Aubrie’s vision for her artistry and her debut album was extraordinary, from the songs she wrote to the way she wanted them produced and performed,” added WMN VP A&R Cris Lacy. “That clarity is rare – and the hallmark of a true artist.”
To officially celebrate her addition to the Warner Music Nashville family, Sellers will perform the latest installment of the Pickin’ on the Patio concert series on Wednesday, July 27. She has hit the road hard this summer, playing over a dozen dates in the last four weeks all across the nation. Sellers also made her Bonnaroo and CMA Fest debuts in June, making her one of only a few artists to tackle both events and earning her praise from outlets including Nashville Scene and fuse. She will continue on the road through October, stopping at festivals and playing shows with artists including Anderson East, David Nail and Chris Stapleton (full list below).

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