Big Loud Records has announced Songs & Daughters a brand-new, female-focused label partnership with songwriter Nicolle Galyon. Galyon will serve as President of Songs & Daughters. The label’s flagship artist is singer-songwriter is Madison Kozak.
The mission of Songs & Daughters is to be a music home for female creatives that nurtures the art (the song) and the artist (the daughter). Providing a platform for these women to tell honest stories about real life, the company will shine a spotlight on a new generation. Galyon created the company to provide the mentorship and strong female leadership she wished she had when she first moved to Nashville 17 years ago.
“The heart behind Songs & Daughters is to be rooted and liberated at the same time,” shared Galyon. “For me, this role is an extension of something I already am — and that’s a mother. I hope to nurture the song, I hope to nurture the daughter, and I hope that the artists matter just as much as the music that we’re making. Songs & Daughters is a bigger way to tell young female creatives, ‘yes you can’.”
Kozak will release her first track under Songs & Daughters across all digital platforms this Friday, July 26 titled “First Last Name.” Inspired by her close relationship with her father, who instilled in her a love of Country music, the song was co-penned by Kozak with Claire Douglas and James Slater.
A 22-year-old native of Ontario, Canada, Kozak attended Belmont University and is currently signed to Big Loud’s publishing arm.
Revealing the news on July 22, Songs & Daughters hosted a pop-up celebration at Nashville’s Ruby event space.
For more information on Songs & Daughters, visit SongsAndDaughters.com.