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SONY/ATV INKS FITCHUK
3/10/20

Sony/ATV has signed a worldwide publishing deal with Grammy-winning songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Ian Fitchuk.

Ian has written and produced with a diverse range of artists, including Maren Morris, Leon Bridges, James Bay, Cam, Kesha, Shania Twain, Shawn Mendes and Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros. Fitchuk also wrote several chart-topping songs on Kacey Musgrave’s 2018 album Golden Hour, including “Slow Burn” and “Lonely Weekend.”

“Ian is a world class producer, songwriter and human. We are beyond thrilled to welcome him to the Sony/ATV family, and couldn’t be more excited to be part of his musical journey,” Sony/ATV SVP A&R Amanda Hill said.

Fitchuk added, “I’m honored and beyond excited to partner with Jon Platt, Amanda Hill and the entire Sony/ATV family in this new chapter of my artistic journey. I’m so inspired by their creative vision and looking forward to all the music ahead of us!”

Ian shared the 2019 Grammy win for Album of the Year for his work on Musgrave’s LP Golden Hour, which also won for Best Country Album. Recently, Fitchuk’s songwriting and producing was featured in a Google TV advertisement, and he penned several songs for the TV show Nashville when it was on ABC.