Pictured (L-R): Brandon Day, Steven Lee Olsen and Stevie Frasure
Rhythm House has announced the addition of several new members. The Roc Nation joint venture welcomes Steven Lee Olsen and Brandon Day to the roster, and has promoted Stevie Frasure to VP of Creative.
Olsen, known for penning the hits “Blue Ain’t Your Color” and “More Girls Like You,” joins Rhythm House’s writing roster in partnership with Warner/Chappell Music Nashville. As an artist, Olsen is managed by Chris Parr at Maverick and is currently working on his first EP.
“Steven is an incredible artist and writer. We are thrilled to have him part of our team, ” says Roc Nation’s Executive Vice President of Business Affairs Tamara Conniff.
Day, a 23-year-old writer and producer, joins Rhythm House with an exclusive songwriting agreement. With a background in rock and pop, the North Carolina native has production and writer credits ranging from The Plain White T’s to Big & Rich.
“Brandon was the perfect fit for our multi-genre minded family and we are excited to help take his brand to the next level,” says Rhythm House’s Jesse Frasure.
Stevie Frasure has been promoted to VP of Creative at Rhythm House. The Georgia native has held previous music industry positions at EMI, ole and Patrick Joseph Music where she helped land many major label cuts and guided songwriting careers.
“We love Stevie’s energy and are thrilled to have her continue to help develop our Nashville roster,” says Roc Nation CEO Jay Brown.
Rhythm House was formed in 2016 as a partnership between Roc Nation and Jesse Frasure, with help from Warner/Chappell’s administration. Rhythm House represents Roc Nation’s first partnership in Nashville’s publishing community.