March 14, 2016 – Chart topping duo Love and Theft, known for their high-energy performances and emotionally forthright lyrics, have signed to Curb Records, one of the world’s leading independent music companies.
“We’re extremely excited and proud to have Love And Theft joining the Curb Records family,” says Jim Ed Norman, CEO of The Curb Group. “The chance to work with great artistry is first and foremost a privilege, but getting to add the incredible management team at Vector and long time friend and award winning Producer Josh Leo, is uncommonly rewarding. 1-2-3-GO!”
TOP 10 CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED DEBUT ALBUM (#7) ON AMERICANA AIRPLAY CHARTS AND CLIMBING
TUNE INTO “LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS” TO SEE BAND
THIS FRIDAY, MARCH 11 AT 12:35/11:35C ON NBC
Following their 2015 SXSW debut which garnered rave reviews from various outlets including NPR, WYNONNA & THE BIG NOISE will return to the annual music festival in Austin, TX. The band will perform three showcases throughout the week:
Wednesday, March 16 -- Official SXSW Showcase -- 10pm at 800 Congress (800 Congress Ave)
Rolling Stone Country announced Mo Pitney’s inclusion in the Opry’s 9.0, Vol II EP: Discoveries From the Circle. The EP is available on March 8th and includes his live performances from the Opry in the last year with “Clean Up On Aisle Five” and “Who’s Gonna Fill Their Shoes”. Mo will also be doing an in-store signing at the Opry Shop on March 25th.
February 24, 2016 – Music industry veteran Jim Ed Norman was honored with the Bob Kingsley Living Legend Award for his impact on country music during an event held tonight at the Grand Ole Opry House. The honor was a well-kept surprise for Norman, who was recognized both as the leader of successful record companies and work ‘behind the board’ so to speak, producing some of the most important music of the 20th century. The evening benefitted the Opry Trust Fund, which for 50 years has supported members of the country music community in need.
BAND MAKES NATIONAL TV DEBUT ON “LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS”
“…a wide-open power surge of crunchy blues and Americana, with plenty of the country music she sang as one-half of the Judds…when Wy tears loose on the bluesier numbers that affords her the chance to show she can still take it to 11.”
--Stephen L. Betts, ROLLINGSTONE.COM, January 8, 2016