Suretone Announces 3 New Management Signings

Apr 1, 2015

Suretone Entertainment is proud to announce three new artist management signings.


Emmy Palmer pic for suretone web

Emmy Palmer hails from San Diego and was signed to Sony/ATV Publsihing and Columbia Records in early 2014.  Her music is a fresh take on California pop describing the life and relationships of an independent young woman.  She is a constant worker by engaging her fans at a personal level and releasing numerous self-made videos online including one with one of her writing partners, Meghan Trainor.  Emmy’s debut single and album coming in Summer 2015.



Birthed out of ambition to create a sonic environment that is new and fresh in the alternative pop/rock world, Apollo has quickly garnered attention as a creative innovator and live act in the rising alternative scene in Nashville.

Apollo is the amalgamation of established long time creative partners and collaborators Jordan Phillips and Adam Stark. Having spent the past 8 years of their lives writing, producing, and touring in various bands and projects, Jordan and Adam have uncovered new creative earth within the Apollo moniker.

Fusing together hook, melody and a production style that is fresh and modern yet reminiscent of the vibrations of forefathers that have come before, Apollo seeks to push the boundaries of alt pop, all the while maintaining a sense of artistic integrity, purpose and intent.

Currently writing and recording debut album…



Goodbye June blends traditional black gospel intensity with raw, uncompromising rock, creating a musical experience as heart pounding and fiery as the Pentecostal tent revivals of their upbringing.

After guitarist Tyler Baker received the the devastating news that his brother, PFC Shane Baker, had been in a fatal car accident while home on leave, his cousins Brandon Qualkenbush and Landon Milbourn traveled to southern Indiana to ease the sting of unexpectedly losing a loved one. For the next few weeks, the three cousins began writing songs to cope with the tragedy. Eventually named Goodbye June in memory of their lost brother and cousin, the band packed up and moved to Nashville with Music City’s emerging rock scene in their cross hairs.

Since then Goodbye June has been the featured “artist of the week” at WRLT (Lightning 100), resulting in spins on “Daisy” from the forthcoming album which also recently won the international Unsigned Only grand prize beating out 8,000 other entries. The band continues to solidify their reputation as a hair-raising live act while touring throughout Europe, the southeast and midwest including shows at Live On The Green, Forecastle Festival, Midpoint Music Festival, Red River Revel Festival, and many more.

Goodbye June is currently putting the finishing touches on their sophomore album with Grammy-nominated producer Paul Moak. The band is fired up about the yet to be titled sophomore project, stating “we want this album to showcase our grit and soul by focusing on straight up rock ‘n roll.”