Sony signs Mize
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
– Kansas country singer Logan Mize signed with Sony Nashville, it was announced today.
His first single, "Can't Get Away from a Good Time," co-written by Mize, Blake Chaffin, and Kelly Archer, ships to radio Nov. 17 with an add date of Jan. 19, 2015. The digital single has sold more than 75,000 copies.
"I'm happy to announce a new partnership with Sony Music Nashville and we're already working on new music to share with you," said Mize on his Facebook page.
Starting on Nov. 13, Mize will tour with headliner Dustin Lynch on the Taste of Country Christmas Tour.
Mize performed 2 songs in a 2013 episode of The CW's "Hart of Dixie, "as well as being featured as the artist on stage in the Cotton TV commercial, "The Fabric of Hayden Panettiere's Life." He released "Nobody in Nashville" in 2012, a 10-song collection.
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