Big Deal Music

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Big Deal Music, founded in September 2012 is a publishing company specializing in new talent. The roster currently includes: My Morning Jacket, Sleater Kinney,[1] Ray LaMontagne,[2] St. Vincent,[3] The Afghan Whigs, Dan Wilson,[4] Martie Maguire & Emily Robison,[5] Jim James, Sharon Van Etten, The Black Angels, Ethan Johns, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Missy Higgins, FIDLAR, Wye Oak, Birds of Tokyo, Underworld and Jonathan Wilson, and songwriters Brett Beavers, Tim James, Brad Tursi, John Ryan, Dave Sitek, Matt Morris and Matt Mahaffey. The company is administered by BMG[6][7] and Peermusic.[8]

Big Deal Music was founded by longtime Chrysalis Music colleagues Kenny MacPherson, Jamie Cerreta and Dave Ayers. Headed by MacPherson, the trio is joined by principles Michael MacDonald, Pete Robinson and Casey Robison.

The company is based in Los Angeles with additional offices in New York and Nashville.


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