Simons signs with Big Deal Records!

In recent years, Keaton Simons has made quite a name for himself. The Los Angeles based singer/composer has performed his original music on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Last Call with Carson Daly, and The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Keaton’s music is also regularly placed in feature films and TV shows including Sons of Anarchy, Private Practice, and NCIS. Most recently, his latest single, “When I Go,” was featured in both the 2015 Summer Finale and 2016 Winter Mid Season Premiere of SUITS.  “When I Go” is also graces the trailer for the major feature film and political thriller Miss Sloane.

Keaton has played for artists like Tré Hardson (Pharcyde), Kim Hill (Black Eyed Peas),  N’Dea Davenport and Snoop Dogg. He has toured nationally and internationally, opening for Coldplay, Train, Guster and Carlos Santana, amongst others.

It’s not surprising that the major record labels were very chomping at the bit to sign this incredibly talented artist.  After careful consideration, Keaton decided to pair with a fiercely independent label… Big Deal Records.

Big Deal Records was founded by HENRY MARX-Visionary Executive. Henry Marx’s business history spans over 40 years in the independent record industry.  Big Deal Records boasts worldwide distribution through Sony/Red.

Keaton based his decision on the close personal attention he receives from label CEO Henry Marx, in producing, promoting and distributing his music and helping to build his brand.  That along with the broad distribution channels and global reach of industry powerhouse Sony/Red made it an easy decision for Keaton.

Keaton’s debut single on Big Deal Records “When I Go” is available at the major online retailers worldwide.  Expect to be hearing quite a bit more about Keaton…