Adkins signs with Broken Bow
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Adkins signs with Broken Bow

Monday, April 6, 2015 – Trace Adkins has a new label - Broken Bow.

Adkins, who most recently was with Show Dog-Universal Music after spending most of his career at Capitol Nashville, will release a new disc later this year, it was announced Monday.

"Trace Adkins has built a career and a legacy doing things his own way, never bowing to trends or society," said Benny Brown, President/ CEO of the BBR Music Group, which includes Jason Aldean.

"He's a straight shooter whose philosophy aligns with BBR Music Group's independent, hands on approach. The music is what matters at BBR Music Group, and that's a viewpoint we share with Trace. We're excited to welcome Trace to the BBR Music Group family and look forward to collaborating on new, amazing music."

Adkins said, "When you've been doing this as long as I have, you don't always get the feeling that the sky's the limit. I feel that way right now. When I sign up for something, I go all-in. Since Benny, Jon and I shook hands and said 'let's do this thing,' we've been all-in together."

Adkins currently is recording his 13th studio album with producer Mickey Jack Cones (Joe Nichols, Randy Houser).


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