Innovation-focused music publishing company TREE VIBEZ MUSIC has welcomed an exciting new songwriter to its arsenal, signing 26-year-old BLAKE REDFERRIN to the growing team of hitmakers.

“Signing with Tree Vibez is a dream come true,” says Redferrin. “I can’t thank everyone enough for giving me a chance to write songs for a living. I’ve grown in so many ways in the short time I’ve been a part of the TVM family and I can’t wait to see what the future has in store for all of us.”

A native of nearby White House, Tennessee, and former professional motocross racer who shares a love of the sport with TVM co-founder and Florida Georgia Line superstar Tyler Hubbard, Redferrin’s musical story begins early with a guitar brought home from his father’s job at Nashville’s Gibson Guitar plant. 

Tunes took a back seat to dirt bikes and racing for the ensuing years, instilling Redferrin with the toughness, discipline, and fearless courage he needed to follow his dreams and excel on the track. He quickly rose through the sport’s ranks and went pro at age 18, which later led him to joining the national Arenacross circuit, while also serving as Editor-in-Chief at Motoplayground Magazine

But after a frightening crash knocked Redferrin unconscious and broke his arm, coupled with the unexpected loss of his mother in 2017, the promising talent decided it was time to downshift. He had already met Hubbard through a mutual friend and bonded after riding at Hubbard’s private track, and was then introduced to TVM Creative Director / Tour Manager Adam Romaine. With Romaine setting up writing sessions, Redferrin has quickly impressed and is now ready to chase his musical passions once again.

“We couldn’t be more excited to welcome our newest writer to the Tree Vibez family,” shares FGL’s Hubbard and Brian Kelley. “Blake has grown as a writer faster than we could have ever imagined and we look forward to what’s ahead for him,” says Kelley. Hubbard adds, “Not only is Blake the man in a writing room but he’s also one of the best guys you’ll ever meet, and it’s easy to see why everyone loves being around him. Big things ahead for this guy.” 

TVM General Manager Leslie T. DiPiero agrees, “Everything about Blake is fresh, unique, and fearless. His songwriting has a distinctive style that you can hear in any song he is a part of. From the moment he was signed, we all felt like we knew him forever.”

With NINE #1 songs, 26 singles, and 140 releases under the young firm’s belt, TVM is fast becoming one of the hottest creative forces in Music City. Redferrin joins a team that also includes Corey Crowder, James McNair, RaeLynn, Daniel Ross, Jordan Schmidt, Canaan Smith, Ernest K. Smith, and Jared Mullins.

For more information about Tree Vibez Music, please visit www.treevibezmusic.com

Tree Vibez Music is an emerging music publishing company and the brainchild of hitmaking superstar duo Florida Georgia Line. Founded in 2015, by the duo’s Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard and based in Nashville, Tennessee, TVM isn't limited to any specific type of genre, and at its heart is a hunger to stay creative, work hard and bring the good vibes. Built as a home for songwriters who share FGL’s core values of trailblazing style and passionate creativity, the TVM roster has already secured NINE #1 songs including the 3X PLATINUM #1 success of the Kane Brown (ft. Lauren Alaina) single, “What Ifs,” Jason Aldean’s PLATINUM-certified “You Make It Easy” and “Lights Come On,” Mitchell Tenpenny’s PLATINUM-certified “Drunk Me,” plus the top-selling viral success of Mason Ramsey’s breakout debut, “Famous,” as well as placements with many other major artists such as Rodney Atkins, Luke Combs, Old Dominion, HARDY, Chris Lane, Florida Georgia Line, RaeLynn, LOCASH, Scotty McCreery, Jake Owen, Blake Shelton, Granger Smith, Morgan Wallen, Chris Young, and many more. In addition, the company has pioneered new practices in the craft of songwriting. With the Tree Vibez Music Bus, writers are able to tour alongside artists as they travel from city-to-city, providing a space that’s more conducive to creativity and collaboration than stars have ever had on the road before.