Big Loud Records has announced the promotion of Patch Culbertson to Sr. Vice President, General Manager, effective immediately.
Culbertson first joined Big Loud Records as VP of A&R in 2017. In his newly-created role, he will oversee day-to-day operations, commercial tactics, and creative development for the Big Loud Records roster, which includes Morgan Wallen, Jake Owen, Chris Lane, Hardy, MacKenzie Porter, Larry Fleet, Lily Rose, Sean Stemaly, Hailey Whitters, and more.
“Craig [Wiseman], Joey [Moi], and I couldn’t be happier to continue our working relationship with Patch Culbertson,” says Seth England, Partner/CEO of Big Loud. “Patch has been with the Partners since the beginning of Big Loud Records and has helped build the label into what it is today. We want to thank him for his years of service, and to the many more to come.”
“The trajectory of this groundbreaking label has stayed true to its namesake. How? Great songs, great artists, and a world-class team,” shares Culbertson. “I am grateful every day to support the endeavors of our artists with colleagues who are simply the best in the business. Thank you Seth [England], Joey [Moi], Craig [Wiseman], and Austen [Adams] for this opportunity.”
Prior to his time at Big Loud, Culbertson spent eight years at Republic Records, most recently serving as Director of A&R in their New York headquarters. His track record includes the signing and development of acts including Aminé, Florida Georgia Line (via Republic Nashville), SoMo, and The Naked and Famous. In addition, he spearheaded releases from Colbie Caillat, Florence + The Machine, Mat Kearney, and The Lonely Island, and more, as well as a number of soundtracks such as Ted, Jersey Shore, Safe Haven, and Snow White and the Huntsman.
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