Tim McGraw No Longer a Curb Records Artist

Music Row reports that Tim McGraw is no longer a Curb Records artist, according to a ruling made this afternoon in a Nashville courtroom. This judgement leaves Tim free to release music via another label or situation. Tim first signed with Curb in 1997. Curb recently sued him for turning in his last album, Emotional [...] Read More

Blake Shelton & Elliott Sadler Bond Over Music & Fast Cars

  Blake Shelton and NASCAR driver Elliott Sadler became fast friends when they met at one of Blake’s shows in 2001. Blake and Elliott hit it off so well during that first meeting that Blake asked Elliot to make a cameo in his upcoming music video right then and there. “I had a video coming [...] Read More

Tim McGraw Seeks Permission to Record with Another Label

The Associated Press (via The Tennessean) reports Tim McGrawand his attorney, William Ramsey, are seeking permission from a Nashville court to record his next album with another label, while he’s in an ongoing lawsuit with his current label, Curb Records. Tim’s attorney has argued that Curb Records is trying to put his career on hold [...] Read More

Pat Green Prepares New Music

Pat Green will release his new album, Songs We Wish We’d Written II, on February 28. The project is a follow up to his 2001 collaboration with Cory Morrow, Songs We Wish We’d Written. The album is available for pre-order HERE. To celebrate, Pat is offering fans pre-order bundles that include exclusive t-shirts and koozies, [...] Read More

Alison Krauss & Union Station Added to MerleFest Lineup

Alison Krauss & Union Station featuring Jerry Douglas have been added to the MerleFest 25 lineup as the festival’s closing performance. MerleFest 25 will take place April 26-29 on the Wilkes Community College campus in Wilkesboro, North Carolina. Held in memory of Eddy Merle Watson, son of Doc Watson, MerleFest is the primary fundraiser for [...] Read More