Nashville native, Arturo Buenahora Jr. graduated from the University of Tennessee in 1996. He joined Sony ATV Music Publishing in June of 1997 as the night-shift tape copy boy and left 10 years later as the Sr. Director of Creative Services and Production. During his time there, he signed and developed Taylor Swift, Eric Church, Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley, Brett Beavers, Deric Ruttan, Ryan Tyndell, and Stan Lynch. The next four years found Buenahora in A&R roles at Capitol Nashville and Universal Records South where he placed Song Of The Year “Crazy Girl” with Eli Young Band. Disenchanted with the label world, Buenahora returned to music publishing as the General Manager of ole Music. While at ole, Buenahora signed young artist Charlie Worsham and songwriter Ryan Tyndell. Tyndell scored the most played song of 2012 with “Springsteen”, written with Jeff Hyde and Eric Church. Charlie Worsham, now a Warner Brothers recording artist, released his debut album “Rubberband” that same year. Through the years, combining his publishing and A&R background, Buenahora has served as Executive Producer for Dierks Bentley, Charlie Worsham, and Eric Church. In 2013, Buenahora and Eric Church started publishing company, Little Louder Music. Buenahora was listed in Billboard’s prestigious “40 Under 40” and is a member of the Leadership Music class of 2007. He lives in Nashville with his wife Jessica, and their 3 sons.