Allen grows "Big in a Small Town"
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Allen grows "Big in a Small Town"

Friday, August 27, 2021 – Jimmie Allen has released "Big In A Small Town," coinciding with the global premiere of the new Netflix series "Titletown High," for which it is featured as the theme song.

The show is now available to viewers across 190 countries.

"I grew up in a small town," said the Milton, Del. Native. "Whether it's football, a dream you have... everything you do in a small town is a big thing," Allen said of the song's and series' compatible natures. "Everything is the end of the world, or the start of a world. That's what I feel like people connect to – the realness of it."

Allen serves as executive music producer for the series, which has songs from the likes of G-Eazy & Demi Lovato, LANCO, Matt Stell, P-Lo, Goody Grace, Carly Rose, Chris Bandi, Kossisko, Carrie, and Nate Woodall.

"Having an executive role behind the camera has always been a dream of mine, so I'm thrilled to be the executive music producer on 'Titletown High,'" said Allen. "I loved using music to enhance the show's already compelling nature and can't wait for viewers to hear incredible songs from many amazing artists. Having 'Big In A Small Town' serve as the show's theme song was the cherry on top."

"Titletown High," created by Blue Eyes Entertainment founder, Jason Sciavicco, the executive producer and creator of MTV's "Two-a-Days," features the Valdosta High Football program. The series highlights the commitment of players against a backdrop of community support, and school pride. The series offers a complex portrait of the most unique football culture in America.


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