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JOHN BERRY SIGNS ON WITH MANSION ENTERTAINMENT, SONY RED AND ABSOLUTE PUBLICITY

May 13 | Posted by: Absolute Publicity | Tags: John Berry
Nashville, Tenn. (May 13, 2016) - Grammy-nominated country music artist John Berry has signed on with Mansion Entertainment and Sony RED for project distribution as well as Absolute Publicity for public relations representation. Berry will soon release his first studio album in three years.

"After my successful Kickstarter effort last fall resulted in the recording of my new album What I Love The Most I wanted to partner with a label that would really 'get it,'" says Berry. "I was very pleased when Mansion Entertainment and Sony RED stepped up and was excited to release it. They are focused and we are all looking forward to it's June 3rd release."

Berry adds, "I had heard of Absolute Publicity and I am friends with many of the acts they represent. So when my manager and label both suggested them I knew it would be the right fit. I am thrilled to work with Don and his team in promoting this album I am so proud of.”

More information about Berry's new album will be announced in the coming days.

About John Berry
During his star-making decade, John Berry placed 20 singles on the county hit parade. He earned Gold and Platinum records. He was nominated for a Grammy Award, CMA Awards and ACM Awards. Berry’s co-written “A Mind of Her Own” and “Kiss Me in the Car” introduced him to radio audiences in 1993. Then “Your Love Amazes Me,” “What’s in It for Me” and “You and Only You” thrust him to stardom in 1994. “Standing on the Edge of Goodbye,” “I Think About it All the Time,” and “If I Had Any Pride Left at All” were all major hits the following year, and the first-named earned John Berry a 1995 Grammy nomination. Berry took “Change My Mind” into the country-music top-5 in 1996. “She’s Taken a Shine” became an even bigger hit in 1997. Both fans and the media took note when “There He Goes” was released as a 1999 “duet” with Patsy Cline.
For more information on John Berry, visit www.johnberry.com.

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