Big Machine Music Signs Acclaimed Songwriter/Producer Jon Hume

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Leading independent music publisher Big Machine Music, a subsidiary of HYBE America, has announced the signing of GRAMMY®-nominated songwriter/producer Jon Hume to an exclusive co-publishing agreement. This exciting news comes just after Big Machine Music celebrated its 12th anniversary.

“Jon is a global powerhouse,” said Mike Molinar, President of Big Machine Music. “With over 8 billion song streams worldwide, he effortlessly transcends genres and creates hit songs for major artists and brands. We’re honored to welcome him to the Big Machine Music family!”

Hume’s impressive resume includes co-writing and producing smash hits for Dean Lewis, such as “Be Alright,” “Half A Man,” and the 2024 ASCAP Pop Award winner “How Do I Say Goodbye.” His songwriting talents extend to artists like Sofi Tukker, Bebe Rexha, JP Cooper, NEEDTOBREATHE, and Calum Scott. He’s also currently working on new music with David Kushner and Bishop Briggs.

Beyond his songwriting prowess, Hume boasts impressive sync placements. His work includes the theme song “Don’t Forget” for the hit series “Welcome to Wrexham” and placements for “The Croods,” Apple, BMW, and Smartwater. Most recently, he served as a producer for ABC’s “American Idol,” including Season 22 winner Abi Carter. Dive into Jon Hume’s songbook.

Originally from Australia, Jon now calls Nashville home, but his creative reach extends to Los Angeles and overseas projects.

“I’m incredibly excited to join Big Machine Music,” shared Hume. “The team, led by Mike Molinar, Alex Heddle, and Hannah Babitt, is bursting with energy and creativity. Their roster speaks for itself, and I can’t wait to be a part of it.”

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