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.
August 7th, 2012 – Amid a sea of industry change that has seen major creative empires and labels rise and fall, the strength of Curb Records, which was founded in 1963 by Mike Curb while attending California State University as a student, remains intact.
On the eve of a half-century of success and in the midst of a field of gold standard milestones, Curb Records is a rare and enduring independent force of influence in the land of giants.
July 31st, 2012 - Heidi Newfield’s dramatic new video, “Why’d You Have To Be So Good”, is now showing on CMT Pure, GAC and The Country Network. Fans can see the video on those networks or on heidinewfield.com.
July 18, 2012 (via Today's Country) - A few years ago Music Row was wondering just who Lee Brice was when Garth Brooks took his “More Than A Memory” straight up to number one. Since then, Brice has been a force to be reckoned with as Tim McGraw found success with “Still,” Eli Young Band took “Crazy Girl” to the top of the charts, and in the middle of that Brice found his own success as an artist with his “Love Like Crazy.”
Movie called “fascinating”, “engaging” and “deeply interesting”
Jett Williams and Benjy Gaither to perform on Huckabee on Fox News June 30th
June 29, 2012 – The early reviews are in for The Last Ride, a new film about the final days in the life of country music icon Hank Williams. Variety called it “an engaging road trip” and said Hank Williams is “persuasively played by Henry Thomas.”
The New York Daily News described Williams’ music as “eloquent” and “mesmerizing”.
New York Observer said, “It’s a fascinating film that I enjoyed thoroughly.”