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Broken Bow head starts new label

Friday, March 27, 2009 – After a decade of success with Broken Bow Records, which launched the careers of Jason Aldean and Craig Morgan, President/CEO Benny Brown announced the opening of a new record label, Stoney Creek Records.

"I am extremely excited to expand our involvement within the Nashville music community," said President/CEO Benny Brown. "With the talented and passionate team of industry professionals joining us in our new venture, the future is bright at Stoney Creek."

No artist signings were announced. The label is located in Nashville.

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