Pictured (left to right) are: Top Row – Sony Music Nashville’s COO/EVP Ken Robold, SVP A&R Taylor Lindsey, SVP Marketing Jennifer Way, SVP Sales & Streaming Caryl Atwood and Chairman & CEO Randy Goodman; Middle Row – The AMG’s Rob Beckham, Kat & Alex and The AMG’s Steve Bryan; and Sony Music Nashville’s VP National Promotion Lauren Thomas, EVP Promotion & Artist Development Steve Hodges, EVP A&R Jim Catino, VP Creative Services Tracy Fleaner and SVP Legal & Business Affairs Angie Magill.
|NASHVILLE, TN – Sony Music Nashville announced the signing of Kat & Alex today. The newly-married country-Latin duo, made up of Kat and Alex Georgia, released English and Spanish versions of their debut track, “How Many Times,” in October, and the music video in November. Listen to “How Many Times” in English HERE and Spanish HERE, and watch the video HERE.|
“Joining the Sony Music Nashville family is truly a dream come true for us,” Kat and Alex comment. “From our very first meeting, this team has shown so much passion and excitement for our music, and we just know that we are going to accomplish amazing things together! We are so excited to get back in the studio and start working on new music!”
Kat & Alex just returned from their honeymoon, following their intimate wedding at Cactus Creek Barn in Dickson, Tennessee, on January 15. Read about their ceremony and celebration in an exclusive PEOPLE feature and photo gallery HERE.
About Kat & Alex
Kat & Alex are poised to redefine the boundaries of country music. With a unique and powerful sound that can best be described as country-soul fusion with Latin roots, Kat’s textured, savory vocals perfectly complement Alex’s smooth, low country sound, allowing the two to create harmonies that flow seamlessly between languages. Kat & Alex made their national television debut on Season 18 of “American Idol.” A first-generation American raised in a Puerto Rican family in Northwestern Georgia, Alex often entertained by dancing and putting on shows. His dad’s old acoustic guitar unlocked a world of possibilities as he taught himself how to play. Alex’s family moved to Miami when he was 11 years old, and he used the instrument to make friends and find confidence as a musician. In high school, inspired by artists ranging from Fleetwood Mac and Norah Jones to Garth Brooks, he learned piano. Meanwhile, Kat grew up in Miami as a first-generation American in a Cuban family. Her quiet charisma shined on the 2018 season of “La Voz,” the Spanish-American version of the popular NBC series “The Voice.” Following her run on the show, she attended Vous Church pastored by Rich Wilkerson, JR. A special guest in a cowboy hat captivated her from the stage.