Broken Bow Records

Broken Bow Records

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Broken Bow Records


Founded July 1999
Founder(s) Benny Brown
Distributing label RED Distribution
Genre(s) Country
Country of origin United States
Location Nashville, Tennessee
Official Website Official website

Broken Bow Records is an American independent record label based in Nashville, Tennessee. Founded in July 1999 by Benny Brown,[1] the label specializes in country music. The label's general manager is Jon Loba.

Craig Morgan produced the first number-one single for the label with his 2005 hit "That's What I Love About Sunday".[2] Thompson Square had a number-one hit on the label in early 2011 with "Are You Gonna Kiss Me or Not". Jason Aldean has produced the most Number One country hits on the label, with ten total.

In 2009, Broken Bow Records launched a sister label, Stoney Creek Records. Three years later, Broken Bow partnered with RED Distribution to form Red Bow Records, whose first signees are Joe Nichols and Rachel Farley.[3]

Artists

Artists on Red Bow

  • Chase Bryant
  • David Fanning
  • Rachel Farley
  • Joe Nichols

Artists on Stoney Creek

  • Lindsay Ell
  • Randy Houser
  • Parmalee
  • Thompson Square

Previous Broken Bow Artists

  • Chad Austin
  • Sherrié Austin
  • Ash Bowers
  • Chad Brock
  • Dean Brody
  • Crossin Dixon
  • Joe Diffie
  • Damon Gray
  • The Great Divide
  • J. Michael Harter
  • Fidel Hernandez
  • Joanie Keller
  • Krista Marie (Holeshot)
  • Robert Lee
  • Lila McCann
  • Craig Morgan
  • Megan Mullins
  • Randy Owen
  • Elbert West
  • Blake Wise

References

  1. Stark, Phyllis (8 July 2006). "New Nashville Names: Entrepreneurs try their hand at the Music City game". Billboard 118 (27).
  2. BMI.com | Music Row Helps Narmore, Morgan Celebrate First #1
  3. http://www.roughstock.com/blog/broken-bow-records-red-distribution-announce-red-bow-records-sign-joe-nichols-rachel-farley

External links

  • Official website
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