Wills, best known for songs like "19 Somethin," and earlier hits "Jacob's Ladder," "I Do," and "Don't Laugh at Me" has signed to a new recording deal with Clint Black's label that also includes Little Big Town, and Texas country's Kevin Fowler. Wills was previously with Mercury Nashville before the merger at Universal Music Group.
Another artist who has found backers to keep plugging at radio playlists in spite of losing his major label deal: Darryl Worley signs with Neal McCoy's 903 Music.
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