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The Valory Music Co

THE VALORY MUSIC CO
1219 16th Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37212
phone: 615.324.7777

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  • Biography - The Valory Music Co

    May 27, 2011 0 Comments

    The Valory Music Co., the second of three labels established under the Big Machine Label Group umbrella, opened in November 2007. The label celebrated its first #1 album with Jewel’s Perfectly Clear only 7 months after launching and then celebrated its first #1 single just 3 months later when Jimmy Wayne’s “Do You Believe Me Now,” spent 3 weeks atop the Country singles charts. In November 2008 the label signed multimedia superstar Reba McEntire who saw her first Valory Music Co. album release, Keep On Loving You, debut at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 and spend two consecutive weeks at #1 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart.

    Since then Reba has enjoyed the two biggest chart hits of her illustrious 30+ year career when “Consider Me Gone,” spent a historic 4 weeks at #1 and “Turn on the Radio” followed, allowing Reba to both begin and end 2010 at #1. Southern stylist Justin Moore’s poignant anthem, “Small Town USA,” reached #1 in October of 2009 and he has quickly become a Country Radio airplay staple as well as a touring force to be reckoned with. New to the label is southern Country-Rock sensation Brantley Gilbert who has already topped the Country Singles Charts by writing “My Kinda Party” for Jason Aldean. New albums from Justin Moore and Brantley Gilbert are due in 2011. The Valory Music Co. possesses an exclusive, in-house promotion branding team while utilizing existing Big Machine Records backroom service and is distributed by Universal Music.

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    THOMAS RHETT LANDS ON GOLF DIGEST’S “TOP 100 IN MUSIC”

    October 7, 2014 0 Comments

    Adding some swing to his swagger, THOMAS RHETT landed on GOLF DIGEST’S Top 100 in Music list, which highlights artists who love hole-in-ones almost as much as a #1s. Watch the Georgia native play a few holes and give some tips at the Athens Country Club during TRue Life. The CMA New Artist of the Year nominee joins country superstars Vince Gill, Joe Don Rooney (Rascal Flatts), Toby Keith and Charles Kelley (Lady Antebellum), all ranking in the upper-echelon of the magazine’s list. Thomas Rhett frequents the links as often as he can, enjoying the challenges of new and different courses while on the road. This fall, the “Make Me Wanna” singer will join golf buddy – and The Valory Music Co. labelmate – Justin Moore on his OFF THE BEATEN PATH TOUR. The talented singer/songwriter has scored two consecutive platinum-certified chart-toppers with “Get Me Some of That” and “It Goes Like This” as well as penning Florida Georgia Line’s multi-week #1 “Round Here."

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    RAELYNN DAZZLES DURING GRAND OLE OPRY DEBUT

    September 29, 2014 0 Comments

    Trading in her once-signature flouncy skirts for a sleek black dress, RaeLynn made her Grand Ole Opry debut over the weekend. On Friday night (9/26), the rising young entertainer showcased sophistication in more than just her style. The “God Made Girls” crooner enchanted the crowd with her debut single and performed two other songs, “Young” and “Love Triangle,” all three of which she co-wrote in Nashville.

    RaeLynn humbly took the stage surrounded by a wealth of support from family, friends and her record label, The Valory Music Co. There were plenty of familiar faces in the crowd – 50 friends and family members traveled from Baytown, TX to watch RaeLynn make her debut. The 20-year-old songstress’ vocal prowess is both “conservative” and “empowering” according to Buzzfeed. It is no wonder that her debut single has been noted as the highest charting song on Mediabase by a new solo female artist this year. Pausing her set after the first song, RaeLynn commemorated the night in her own way, snapping an onstage “#OpRaeDebut” selfie with the crowd.

    “I’m so excited to be able to share such a special moment in my career with my family, fans and amazing team. They all mean so much to me and I wouldn’t be here without them. Being invited to sing at the Grand Ole Opry is an absolute dream come true,” beamed RaeLynn. “Standing in the same hallowed circle as my heroes and looking out into that crowd performing my own music is a moment I will never forget. Someone pinch me please!”

    Always finding new ways to connect with her fans, RaeLynn partnered with the Opry to offer a select group tickets and passes to spend time with her during the monumental evening. The Grand Prize winner won an invitation to watch RaeLynn’s soundcheck and hangout backstage in her dressing room before she took the stage. The winner also received a gift certificate to Ani & Ari, the boutique that styles RaeLynn. During intermission, the spunky vocalist treated ten fans to a meet & greet, signing autographs and snapping pictures to immortalize the milestone occasion.

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