Curb Records Celebrates 50 Years

Curb Records, founded in 1963 by Mike Curb (while he was a student at California State University), is celebrating 50 years in the music business. Born with American ingenuity, Curb Records’ independent spirit lives on. In celebration, Curb Records is announcing its 50 albums over 50 years feature on iTunes today. To see it click [...] Read More

Montgomery Gentry Will Kick Off Riverfront Stage Performances at CMA Music Festival

More than 40 country stars of the past, present and future will perform on the Chevrolet Riverfront Stage during CMA Music Festival held June 7-10 in downtown Nashville. Montgomery Gentry will kick off the performances, returning to CMA Music Festival for the first time since 2009. “Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry are the perfect act [...] Read More

Sawyer Brown Partners with Compassion International

Sawyer Brown has partnered with world-renowned child advocacy organization, Compassion International, to fight child poverty around the world. The band hopes to inspire fans to sponsor children through Compassion International and will travel with the organization in early 2012 to see the work they are a part of first-hand. “I always want to be a [...] Read More

Mac McAnally to Release Live Album on October 11

Singer-songwriter Mac McAnally will release his first live album, Live in Muscle Shoals, on October 11. Recorded during his show at Norton Auditorium at the University of North Alabama during the W.C. Handy Music Festival, the album will include hit songs Mac penned such as Kenny Chesney’s “Back Where I Come From” and “Down The [...] Read More

Colt Ford & Joe Nichols Join Charlie Daniels’ Annual Christmas Concert

Colt Ford and Joe Nichols have joined the lineup for the 10th Anniversary of the Charlie Daniels Band & Friends Concert to benefit Christmas 4 Kids, a division of Christmas For Kids, Inc. They join previously announced artists Phil Vassar and Sawyer Brown as well as the Charlie Daniels Band. Charlie will also serve as host [...] Read More