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Lee Brice - CURB RECORDS ADDS ANOTHER #1 WITH LEE BRICE’S “HARD TO LOVE”

BRICE’S SECOND CONSECUTIVE #1 HIT THIS YEAR

October 29, 2012 - Celebrating its 50th Year as one of the industry’s leading independent record companies, Curb Records adds yet another #1 record to its catalog with Lee Brice’s “Hard To Love,” topping the Billboard Country Song chart. Marking the 433rd #1 hit in the 50 years since Curb first opened its doors, “Hard To Love” is Brice’s second consecutive chart-topper this year and is rapidly approaching platinum status in digital sales.

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Lee Brice - COUNTRY HITMAKER LEE BRICE MINES RIAA GOLD WITH CURRENT SINGLE “HARD TO LOVE”

September 17th, 2012 – CMA "New Artist of the Year" nominee Lee Brice’s current Top 15 single “Hard To Love” has officially been certified GOLD by the RIAA for digital sales of over 500,000 downloads.  

“I don’t really know what to say except thank you to my fans for all the support,” said Brice. “I can tell when I’m out there on the road every night that the momentum of this song just keeps picking up and it's because my fans continue to believe in me…they’ve stuck by me and I can tell they’re in for the long haul.”  

HEAVY METAL SUCCESS FOR CURB RECORDS’ COUNTRY STARS

PLATINUM AND GOLD CERTIFICATIONS FOR RODNEY ATKINS, LEE BRICE, STEVE HOLY,TIM MCGRAW, HANK WILLIAMS, JR.

September 13th, 2012 - Blazing into the fourth quarter of 2012, Curb Records is celebrating some serious heavy metal success with a number of their top country stars striking gold and platinum status in digital sales. The latest stack of RIAA certifications adds to the decades of top awards and accolades for the label, which has just marked its 50th Anniversary as one of the industry’s leading independent music companies.

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