Thursday, April 25, 2013


Source: - Jessica Nicholson

DJ/remixer/producer Dee Jay Silver has signed a recording contract with Sony Music Nashville. As part of an overall deal to help support marketing and production of this project, Sony Music Nashville has struck a deal with Average Joes Entertainment to produce country remix albums of new and existing Sony Music catalogue.

Silver’s first release under the new arrangement will be the early-summer arrival of his four-song EP, Country Club.
On the announcement, Silver remarked, “What an honor to be a part of the Sony Music Nashville family! I appreciate the opportunity and all the hard work by the staff at Sony, as well as Sony A&R VP Jim Catino, my manager Ken Madson, Jarred & KO at Phive Starr, and Average Joes’ CEOShannon Houchins. Thank you for believing in me. Can’t wait for the world to hear what we’ve done!”

Average Joes has already produced several remixes for Montgomery Gentry, Joe Nichols and others over the past few years. Sony Music Nashville’s catalogue remixes under the relationship also promise to include some new guest appearances.

A top concert DJ/remixer/producer for the past decade, Dee Jay Silver’s brand of music has been heard on tour with a variety of artists, most recently on back-to-back outings with Jason Aldean on Aldean’s My Kinda Party Tour and his current Night Train Tour.

Fans can look for a feature on Silver in the new episode of GAC’s Headline Country, premiering today, April 25, at 3 p.m ET.

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