It’s been a tough journey for the inspiration behind Eric Church’s “Homeboy” song but Tucker Beathard has always known who he is as an artist and person (that song mentioned above was co-written by Church and Tucker’s father Casey Beathard). Tucker’s debut album, Nobody’s Everything was written and recorded as 1/2 of his double album debut with the follow-up now set to be released later in 2019.
The singer’s tough road has brought an intensity to his music not seen by many but certainly draws comparisons to the fight for your music types in country music which include Church and Kip Moore, among others. To that end, Tucker Beathard’s journey now finds him with Warner Music Nashville where he’ll issue the follow-up to Nobody’s Everything.
“To quote Tucker’s song, when we first heard this music, it was clear that he had ‘somethin' to say,’” said WMN SVP A&R Cris Lacy. “That’s the hallmark of true artist. You couple that with the raw depth of his lyrics, some brilliant musicianship, and that old soul voice, and it was a no brainer.Tucker HAD to be part of the Warner Music family.”
“It was really important to me during this album-making process, that I didn’t immediately rush into signing a record deal,” said Beathard. “With everything I’ve learned during this journey, I wanted to be sure whenever I add a new layer into the fold it’s the right fit and that it’s always about the music. The first time I met with the team at Warner, I knew they were the right ones to help get more of my music out into the world."