McGraw Vs. Curb Drama Continues To Play Out
December 5, 2011 at 8:17 AM (PT)
Country artist TIM McGRAW, as reported on ALL ACCESS last week (NET NEWS 11/30), is now free to record on his own, away from his longtime record label, CURB. McGRAW originally signed with the label back in 1997. After the court ruled, there’s been a good amount of drama from both camps.
Shortly after the NOVEMBER 30th court ruling, CURB made the announcement they were releasing a McGRAW single, “Better Than I Used To Be,” and the album “Emotional Traffic,” will be released on JANUARY 17th, 2012.
McGRAW has released this statement on his website:
“I fought very hard for the release of ‘Emotional Traffic,’ it's an album full of music of which I am very proud. It's extremely unfortunate that it wasn't released earlier this year in conjunction with the Emotional Traffic tour but all I want to do now is focus on the positive and look to the future. I'm really excited about the new music I'm recording. Next week I'm putting out a holiday song I’ve just recorded called “CHRISTMAS All Over The World.” After the first of the year I’ll have a brand new single which I can hardly wait to share with everyone. I am so appreciative of the support I’ve received over the years, and I’m looking forward to this next chapter of my career.”
For more on McGRAW visit www.timmcgraw.com.