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Big Machine signs Phillips, releases EP

Friday, September 29, 2017 – Not only did Josh Phillips sign a record deal, he also released music.

Phillips inked witb Big Machine Records, it was announced today The singer/songwriter, who is recording his debut album, offers a preview "Lee County EP (The Acoustic Sessions).

The track list is:
1. "Fixer Upper" | Josh Phillips, Marcus Kiser
2. "Midnighters" | Josh Phillips, Randy Montana
3. "Fast Ride" | Josh Phillips, Brian Davis
4. "Long Way Home" | Josh Phillips
5. "Kids That Did" | Josh Phillips, Ray Fulcher, Jonathan Singleton

"From the moment I met Scott Borchetta and the team at Big Machine, it felt like home," said Phillips. "Everybody comes to Nashville with a dream and it's one that I would think of every time I played a little bar or club just grinding it out. Today, I get to live out that dream for me and my fans. I'm excited to share my music with the world!"

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