Aubrie Sellers, a talented country singer with a little bit of rock influence, has landed a record deal. The singer became official with Warner Bros./Warner Music Nashville this month.

Sellers, the daughter of Lee Ann Womack and Jason Sellers, put pen to paper with the deal and the label seems very excited to have her on board.

“When you combine the purity of Aubrie’s voice, the gritty swagger of her delivery and her amazing and unique approach to songwriting, it’s no surprise that the competition to sign her to a major label was intense. We couldn’t be more thrilled that she chose to join our Warner Music Nashville family, and we are excited to join her already impressive musical journey," Warner Music Nashville Chairman & CEO John Esposito says of her as an addition.

She released an album earlier this year, New City Blues, on Carnival Records and Thirty Tigers -- but the decision on who to partner with wasn't an easy one for the prevoiusly unsigned artist.

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“The reason I didn’t go through a label and make it through a label is I knew exactly the kind of things they would be telling me,” Sellers told Taste of Country earlier this year. “‘We need a song for radio. We need the blah blah blah.’ And I didn’t want to do that. I wanted to not have anybody in my ear.”

Sellers celebrated her big news when she performed at Warner's next Pickin’ on the Patio on Wednesday (July 27). She'll also continue touring. She's got dates with the likes of Chris Stapleton and David Nail.

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