Anthem Entertainment Signs Country Songwriter Jamie Paulin

Anthem Entertainment’s award-winning Nashville music publishing division has announced a worldwide publishing deal with acclaimed country songwriter Jamie Paulin.  Paulin, whose most recent number one came from Chris Janson’s “Done,” and Kenny Chesney’s “Happy Does,” has had numerous other cuts on high-profile projects including Justin Moore's hit single “Backwoods,” and Tim McGraw’s “How I’ll Always Be” from his latest Greatest Hits collection, and 2015 smash studio album Damn Country Music.  Paulin has also had songs recorded by artists such as Jordan Davis, Jon Pardi, Kane Brown, Ian Munsick, Shane Proffit, Travis Denning, Scotty McCreery, Jack Ingram, and Frank Ray, and currently writes with several Anthem songwriters, including Chris Janson, Jordan Davis, Shane Profitt, Nate Kenyon, Trae Landon, and Justin Lantz.

“After being friends with Noah Dewey for years and seeing the success he has had working with other writers, when the opportunity presented itself for us to work together, it just seemed like it was meant to be,” said Paulin in a recent statement.  “I’m looking forward to this new venture and working with Gilles, Noah, Courtney, Chandler, and all the other folks at Anthem!”

"I've tried to sign Jamie for years, but the timing was never right," added Noah Dewey, VP of Creative for Anthem Nashville.  "We finally figured it out! I'm elated that he's joining the Anthem family. His infectious personality is only overshadowed by his immense talent as a songwriter. I'm looking forward to continuing to build on Jamie's already successful career!"

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Left to right: Gracie Glass (Anthem Creative Coordinator), Jamie Paulin, Noah Dewey (Anthem VP of Creative), Gilles Godard (Anthem President), Courtney Crist (Anthem Sr. Creative Director), Chandler Thurston (Anthem Creative Director)