James Stroud, CEO of Stroudavarious Records, has announced the signing of Australia native Shea Fisher to a recording agreement covering worldwide territories outside her home country. Fisher’s self-titled album, produced by Richard Landis and Steve Forde, debuted in the Top 10 on Australia’s ARIA Country Chart last month. The Trey Fanjoy-directed music video for her first single, “Don’t Chase Me,” hit No. 1 on Australia’s Country Music Channel (CMC), and the song has just shipped to U.S. radio stations. “The minute I heard Shea’s music, I knew I wanted to sign her,” said Stroud. “She has done what many young artists don’t accomplish until later, which is to find her own voice and make a record that reflects her vision.” For more information click here.
(l. to r.) Front Row: Shea Fisher; James Stroud. Back Row: Steve Ford; Bill Catino, President of Stroudavarious Records; Richard Landis; Derek Simon, Stroudavarious VP, Marketing & Artist Development.
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