July 25th, 2011 - From Billboard Fall Preview 2011:
Rimes reinterprets classic country songs notably performed by men, among them songs by Waylon Jennings, George Jones and Merle Haggard. Each song has been rearranged and reinterpreted, Rimes says, from a woman's perspective with the intention of introducing them to a new audience. She gave her fans a taste of the album last year when she released her cover of John Anderson's 1983 hit "Swingin'", a favorite of her youth. Rimes' one new song, written by Sonya Isaacs and Connie Harrington, is the ballad "Give".
LEANN RIMES REINTERPRETS CLASSIC COUNTRY SONGS
ORIGINALLY SUNG BY MEN ON LADY & GENTLEMEN
July 19th, 2011 – GRAMMY® Award-winning, multi-platinum artist LeAnn Rimes breathes new life into country classics originally performed by male recording artists by reinterpreting each song on her forthcoming new album Lady & Gentlemen due out September 27, 2011 on Curb Records.
Thursday, July 14th, 2011 - With an extensive family background in music Lil Larry is set to emerge as Curb Records latest young new artist. Skee.TV caught up with Lil Larry in his home state of Texas to talk about his family roots and the goals he’s set for himself in his new EPK. Stay tuned for more from Curb artist Lil Larry!
Thursday, July 14, 2011 - Fans, be sure to vote for Tim now in CMT's "What's Your 20" Contest which ranks the top twenty male country performers of the past twenty years. Vote for Tim right now at CMT.com - CLICK HERE! Voting ends on August 10th.
Friday, June 24th, 2011 - Curb Recording artist (and Seattle native) Natalie Grant enjoyed a day at the ballpark when she sang the national anthem today in Washington, DC as the Washington Nationals took on the Seattle Mariners. Natalie’s appearance was sponsored by the Ronald Reagan Foundation.
Pictured with Natalie, and Washington’s famous mascot “Screech”, is Republican Congressman Aaron Schock of Illinois, who threw out 1st pitch. Schock is the youngest member of congress at age 30.