Jake Owen announced on Monday (Nov. 6) that he would be joining the roster of Big Loud Records, a move that reunites him with the producer of his breakthrough album, 2011’s Barefoot Blue Jean Night.
Big Loud co-founder Joey Moi was a co-producer on Owen’s hit-making set, which scored the singer four singles at the top of the charts.
“I couldn’t be more excited to start this new chapter in my career with Big Loud,” Owen said in a statement. “The passion for success that everyone has in the building is contagious. Combining what I already do with Big Loud’s expertise is exciting, and I am eager to get to work with Joey Moi again. We had great success in the past and I’m looking forward to what the future holds for all of us.”
Other artists on the Big Loud Records roster include up-and-comers Chris Lane, Morgan Wallen and Jillian Jacqueline. Owen previously had a long run with the RCA Nashville label.
In other Owen news, the “Good Company” singer, who is from Florida, recently joined his home state’s Governor Rick Scott to help in relief efforts for Hurricane Irma victims with a campaign he launched called “Bring Back the Sunshine.” He’ll additionally unite with Jimmy Buffett, Kenny Chesney, and Toby Keith to perform at a Hurricane Benefit Concert, which will take place on Nov. 19 at his alma mater, Florida State University. Proceeds will help communities in Florida, Puerto Rico, and the islands affected by hurricanes in 2017.
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