|Nashville, TN (December 17, 2018)|
One of Christian music’s leading full-service entertainment management firms, First Company Management is set to wrap 2018 with four new signees to its acclaimed roster.
First Company general manager Mike McCloskey recently announced the signings of worship leader London Gatch; Anberlin frontman Stephen Christian; singer/songwriter Conrad Johnson; and popular blogger and speaker Jordan Lee Dooley to the firm’s management roster.
London Gatch, a former member of Elevation Worship, is slated to bow her BEC Worship debut, New Stories, in February. Her acclaimed singles include “You Never Walk Away,” “Oh What Perfect Love” and “Jesus Only You,” the latter of which was co-penned with Jesse Reeves and Aaron Robertson.
Stephen Christian has been the lead vocalist of popular alternative rockers Anberlin since their inception in 2002. To date, Anberlin has released seven studio albums and multiple hit singles. Christian, also a worship leader and speaker based in Florida, is currently at work on his BEC Recordings solo EP.
With a solo debut slated for 2019, Conrad Johnson rose to prominence in the former hit duo Chris & Conrad (“Lead Me To The Cross”). He continues to be a sought-after singer/songwriter, worship leader, producer and engineer, contributing to Michael W. Smith’s 2019 GRAMMY®-nominated album Surrounded.
A speaker, blogger, author and social media influencer with an audience of more than 400,000 women, Jordan Lee Dooley is known for her tagline-turned-movement, “Your Brokenness Is Welcome Here.” Dooley’s podcast launched this fall and reached #2 on iTunes’ overall podcast chart. Her WaterBrook/Penguin Random House book debut is set for spring. “It’s an incredible honor to serve our growing family of artists and we’re humbled to welcome London, Stephen, Conrad and Jordan to the roster,” said First Company general manager Mike McCloskey. “We celebrate what God has already accomplished through these extraordinary individuals, and we’re excited to walk alongside them for all He has ahead.”