Scotty McCreery Sued by Former Manager

Scotty McCreery is being sued by his former manager, Todd Cassetty, reports MusicRow. The suit alleges that Scotty never paid Todd for services rendered, according to the Nashville Post. Todd’s management company, Cassetty Entertainment, was launched in October 2012 with Scotty as his first client but an official agreement was never signed. “There is no [...] Read More

Randy Travis Pleads Guilty, Receives Probation in DWI Case

Randy Travis pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated on Thursday in a case that began in August when he crashed his Pontiac Trans Am in Tioga, Texas, reports WKRN. Randy received two years of probation, a $2,000 fine and a 180-day suspended jail sentence. If Randy does not successfully complete the probation, he will face [...] Read More

2012 Rewind: No. 7 – Randy Travis Has Year of Highs and Lows

2012 was a challenging year for Randy Travis. The legendary artist celebrated 25 years in the music business by launching The 25th Anniversary Celebration Tour and releasing his Anniversary Celebration duets album which featured Brad Paisley, Kenny Chesney, Kris Kristofferson, Carrie Underwood, George Jones, Zac Brown Band, Lorrie Morgan, Jamey Johnson and more. He also [...] Read More

2012 Rewind: No. 8 – Tim McGraw’s Legal Troubles with Curb Records

In May, Tim McGraw announced he had signed a new record deal with Big Machine Records. The new deal is just a part of the legal saga that Tim has been involved with concerning former label Curb Records since late 2011 when he sought permission from a Nashville court to record his next album with [...] Read More

The Battle Between Tim McGraw & Curb Records Continues

The battle between Tim McGraw and Curb Records wages on. In the latest turn of events, the court has ruled in favor of Curb Records’ request to postpone the trial until they have had a chance to review additional evidence surrounding Tim’s signing with Big Machine Records in May and when the 20 songs for [...] Read More