Thursday, March 24, 2016

Jerrod Nieman New Record Deal

Nashville, TN – March 24, 2016 – Curb Records is proud to announce the signing of Jerrod Niemann to the artist roster. Known for chart-topping hits such as “Lover, Lover” and “Drink To That All Night,” the signing combines two of Country Music’s most well-known brands.

"One thing that Nashville has always been proud of is its heritage and I'm lucky enough to be a part of the most historic independent record label in the music industry and wear my Curb jersey proud,” the singer said in a statement. A Kansas native, Niemann first made a name for himself as a songwriter, with several cuts from the iconic Garth Brooks, including the 2005 hit “Good Ride Cowboy.” His prowess as a tunesmith led to the chance to make music of his own, and he definitely made the most of that opportunity. His breakout single – 2010’s “Lover, Lover,” became one of the most-played songs of the year, topping the singles chart while on the way to being certified Platinum. His follow-up, “What Do You Want,” also hit the top ten and was certified Gold. Other hits in the Niemann catalog include radio staples such as “One More Drinkin’ Song” and “Drink To That All Night,” which became one of the most-played songs of 2013. The singer has been on the road this year with his new labelmate at Curb, Lee Brice.

Just as Niemann is excited about his recording future with Curb, the label is likewise enthusiastic. Jim Ed Norman, CEO of The Curb Group says "We’re delighted and privileged that Jerrod is joining the Curb Records Family. His longstanding association and friendship with others at the label, both artists and executives alike, further enhances that spirit of family, camaraderie and teamwork, which are the attributes of any successful company and the characteristics to which we aspire each and every day." Already well at work on new music, a single release from Niemann’s debut project for Curb Records will be issued this spring. 

For a full list of tour dates and more information on Jerrod Niemann, visit