Friday, February 19, 2021 - 4:15pm

NASHVILLE, Tenn. —  On the heels of a highly successful year, The Erv Woolsey Company looks to continue building momentum, starting with the promotion of industry veteran Allen Mitchell to Vice President of New Artist Management & Operations for The Erv Woolsey Company / Rollin’ The Dice Records.

“Allen has great ideas and a strong work ethic. I know he will have tremendous success in all phases of the music business, shared CEO & Founder Erv Woolsey of Mitchell, whose career began with Audium / Koch Records and includes experience in the promotion departments at Universal South Records, UMG / Mercury Records, and Bigger Picture Music Group.

The announcement follows a busy year for the company, whose diverse roster of artists released a total of 23 songs, nine music videos and six lyric videos, both independently and with major labels.

Additionally, 2020 saw the launch of EWC’s Rollin’ The Dice Records imprint, formed in partnership with Copperline Music Group / The Orchard and representing flagship artist Stone Senate, whose “Slow Crusade” lyric video is set to premiere later this month, as well has the Davisson Brothers Band, who will release a music video featuring NASCAR’s Ernie Irvan for their song “Pond Fishing” on March 11.

Looking forward to 2021, EWC’s full slate of artists are set for another remarkable year. Ian Munsick, signed under a co-management deal with Caroline Rudolph Munsick / Not A Public Figure Management, will release his Warner Music Nashville debut album Coyote Cry on February 26 with lead single “Long Haul” shipping to radio in April. Munsick also recently performed at the WMN Virtual Luncheon as part of CRS 2021.

Jaden Hamilton, signed in partnership with Regulator Management, also celebrates the release of new music with “Bad Spot” out today, February 19, via Sony Music Nashville.

Rounding out the talented slate of newcomers, Carnival Music singer songwriter Kylie Frey continues to build on the momentum of her Rodeo Queen EP released in the fall, while Vince Herman, lead singer of American Jam Band Leftover Salmon, has signed with EWC’s Wimberly Publishing for his first solo songwriting venture.

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About The Erv Woolsey Company
For nearly four decades, The Erv Woolsey Company has worked with some of the most notable names in the music industry. The team responsible for fostering the entertainment empire built by The King of Country Music, George Strait, continues to build their unmatched country music legacy throughout their roster of clients. Founded in the early 1980s, the company’s humble beginnings started with Erv and a young Strait at the helm. As Strait’s touring career and talents grew, Woolsey had his hands full, yet took a meeting with a young songbird, Lee Ann Womack, and knew her promising career was one he needed, and wanted, to be a part of. Out of their original office on Nashville’s historic Music Row, the company’s current roster includes Strait and Womack, alongside up-and-coming artists the Davisson Brothers Band, Kylie Frey, Ian Munsick, Jaden Hamilton, Zach Neil, Vince Hermanr and Southern/Country Rock band Stone Senate.