Tim Mcgraw Tickets A Judge Granted Mcgraw Permission To Record Music For Another Label-ajviewer

UnCategorized McGraw came to the attention of Curb Records in 1990. After cutting a demo single, McGraw gave a copy to his father, Tug McGraw. A man who was friends with Curb Records executives heard the demo while driving with Tug McGraw one day and re.mended that Curb contact the young singer. Several weeks later, he was able to play his tape for Curb executives, after which they signed him to a recording contract. Two years later, in 1992, he had his first minor hit with "Wel.e to the Club" off his self-titled debut album. Although the album failed to make much of a dent on the charts, McGraw did have two other minor hits from it in 1993: "Memory Lane" and "Two Steppin Mind". His second album, Not a Moment Too Soon, was much more successful, be.ing the best-selling country album in 1994. The first single, "Indian Outlaw", caused considerable controversy, as critics argued that it presented Native Americans in a patronizing way.Some radio stations refused to play it, but the controversy helped spur sales, and the song became McGraw’s first top-ten country single (getting as high as No. 8), and reaching No. 15 on the pop chart. The second single from the album, "Don’t Take the Girl", became McGraw’s first No. 1 country hit, and "helped cement his image as a ruggedly good-looking guy with a sensitive side".The following year, the album’s title track became a No. 1 country single, while "Down on the Farm" reached No. 2, and "Refried Dreams" reached the top 5. The album sold over 6 million copies, topping the Billboard 200 as well as the country album charts. On the strength of this success, McGraw won Academy of Country Music awards for Album of the Year and Top New Male Vocalist in 1994.On January 2, 2011, Tim McGraw announced plans for his Emotional Traffic Tour featuring opening acts Luke Bryan and The Band Perry. Sirius XM announced on March 30, 2011 that they would be launching Tim McGraw radio, a .mercial-free music channel devoted to McGraw’s music, and featuring an in depth interview with Tim as well. McGraw has also finished work on a new album, also called Emotional Traffic, which will be his last album with Curb Records.On May 13, 2011, Curb Records filed a breach-of-contract suit against McGraw.The label alleged that McGraw recorded tracks for his Emotional Traffic album too early prior to its delivery to the label. Several days later, McGraw filed a counter suit against the label seeking advance payment and recording-fund reimbursement, unspecified damages, and a jury trial. A trial is scheduled to begin in July 2012. Tim’s twelfth studio album, Southern Voice, was released October 20, 2009, and led by the single "It’s A Business Doing Pleasure With You", which was shipped to radio outlets in late June 2009. Southern Voice was argued to be Tim’s last album for Curb Records, following the dispute over releasing his third Greatest Hits collection back in October 2008 without his permission. Tim did not approve of the release. On November 30, 2010, Curb Records released his fourth greatest hits .pilation, Number One Hits.In November 2011, a judge granted McGraw permission to record music for another label, ending his relationship with Curb Records that began in 1990. A few hours after the ruling, Curb released "Better Than I Used to Be", the second single from Emotional Traffic. The album will be released on January 17, 2012. McGraw, a Democrat, has stated that he would like to run for public office in the future, possibly for Senate or Governor of Tennessee, his home state.In the same interview, he praised former President Bill Clinton. He has referred to himself as a "Blue Dog Democrat" and stated that he supported Presidential candidate Barack Obama in 2008. About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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