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Newfield helps launch label

Thursday, April 12, 2012 – Curb Records relaunched its Sidewalk imprint with Heidi Newfield as its first artist.

Newfield, who has enjoyed a solo career after being the lead singer of the trio Trick Pony, was the frst artist signed to the label, according to Country Aircheck.

Label head Mike Curb first formed the label in 1963.

Newfield's debut single for the label is Why'd You Have To Be So Good.


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