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WWE Published artists

WaterWorks Entertainment offers a unique take on artist publishing. We believe that an artist should always own the majority of their rights and should have control over their catalogs which is why we offer a 70/30 split, with the artist retaining the majority, as opposed to the traditional industry standard of 50/50. Our publishing contracts are also non-exclusive, so as not to prevent any artists from working with others in the industry and furthering their careers. Our company slogan is "devoted to the art of INDIE!" for a reason!

For information on submitting material to WaterWorks Entertainment for consideration, please see the info in the Submissions sections below.

Available for immediate licensing

Be sure to use the scroll bar to view all of the tracks in this playlist!


Waterworks radio

Listen to lots of different projects WaterWorks Entertainment has been involved with. WWE's owner/operator, Rosemary has produced, engineered, sang, played, written, or contributed something to every track in this playlist. For a complete list of credits, or to find out what role she played in these songs, visit the "CREDITS" tab. Enjoy!



To submit materials to WaterWorks Entertainment, please mail your album/press kit/and any other materials to:

WWE Publishing

c/o WaterWorks Entertainment

P.O. Box 120333 

Nashville, TN 37212

Or you can contact us via the form HERE to request a submission. Please do not send mp3s in your email. We prefer direct links to where music can be previewed or downloaded such as your band's website, soundcloud, bandcamp, dropbox, etc. 


"Babylon" Jonathan Sexton and The Big Love Choir-2008

"Babylon" Jonathan Sexton and The Big Love Choir-2008 Produced by Dario Gildrie: Bio: Its amazing what can happen in a year. Jonathan Sexton went from a solo artist to a frontman, from a man alone on a journey to the leader of a team. "Big Love (2008)" not only allowed Sexton to reclaim his place on the map in the music world, but more importantly it put in place the series of events that led to the creation and solidification of "The Big Love Choir" -at least the core members that as, because the band maintains "if you have a voice you can sing, and if you wanna sing along, then your in the choir" says drummer Dave Campbell. Sexton adds, "thats right, its open invite, as long is its about love and respect, its all family." It truly is all about family, nothing makes this more evident than the addition of Andrew Sexton, Elodie Lafont, and J. Niles Haury to the choir. Drummer Dave "the animal" Campbell has been in since jumpstreet. Press Quotes: Jonathan Sexton and the Big Love Choir was not even a band a year ago and is already getting nods from major concert promoters and sharing the stage with some of the biggest acts from around the region such as DMB collaborator Tim Reynolds and singer songwriter Dave Barnes. This incredible momentum is further evidenced by being added to the Sundown in the City concert series line up for 2009. Their video is on the website.They are also beginning to make waves regionally swapping gigs with some of the best independent musicians the south has to offer. ~~Rose Cortez 2009 " It's like they (JSBLC) play EVERY different kind of pop music and they do it well!! - Patrick Himes, Waterworks Entertainment and Studio- Nashville Tn "Jonathan Sextons Babylon is the best original reggae song by a local band. Ever. The message of this single from the Big Love CD is as powerful as it is simple—love can heal the human heart or an entire nation. Jack Rentfro, " -Jack Rentfro, writer/editor Cumberland Avenue Revisited: Four Decades of Music from Knoxville "Jonathan Sexton has a lot of love for everyone, and he isn't afraid to sing about it on his new disc "Big Love." His voice is the star of the show, soaring over a foundation of reggae-tinged, rockin' Americana. It's a solid collection from the heart." -Randall Brown, Knoxville News Sentinel "A great young band who's living up to their name. I think they come from France and East Tennessee, which seems totally appropriate to me. " -RB Morris, Poet, Songwriter, Playright "Sexton has a big voice, but he never plays it for drama. The understated and largely acoustic arrangements are nonetheless silky, streamlined, and IT WORKS!!!" -Matthew Everett, Metropulse "Jonathan Sexton is OVERFLOWING with big ideas of universal love and good vibes. " - The man about town-Randall Brown, Knoxville New Sentinel
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