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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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    JUSTIN MOORE SCORES FIFTH CAREER #1 WITH “LETTIN’ THE NIGHT ROLL”

    June 23, 2014 0 Comments

    New Single & Video Slated for July 1

    "Home Sweet Home" Featured on NASHVILLE OUTLAWS: A Tribute To Mötley Crüe

    JUSTIN MOORE shoots straight to the top of both Country radio charts this week and celebrates his fifth career #1. From his chart-topping album OFF THE BEATEN PATH (The Valory Music Co.), "Lettin' The Night Roll" has sold over 400,000 downloads to date and follows previous back-to-back #1 hits "Point At You" and "Til My Last Day." The reigning ACM Awards New Artist of the Year performed the smash recently on the finale of NBC's The Voice. Justin also showcases his talents as a songwriter, penning the tune with long-time producer Jeremy Stover and BMI Songwriter of the Year Rodney Clawson.

    "The fact that we just scored our fifth # 1 and third in a row kinda blows my mind,” said Justin. “A huge thanks goes out to my friends at Country radio for once again giving me another career song. I also want to say thanks to the fans for the continued support in our career. My whole team and I are humbled."

    Next month Justin will debut “Home Sweet Home,” featuring Mötley Crüe’s Vince Neil. The track is included on NASHVILLE OUTLAWS: A Tribute To Mötley Crüe (Big Machine Records), which is available on August 19. Shot in downtown Nashville with all members of Mötley Crüe, the music video will debut exclusively on Rolling Stone Country, Rolling Stone.com and VEVO on July 1 in conjunction with the launch of the new single at Country radio.

    The Arkansas native will hit the road playing fairs and festivals before joining Miranda Lambert’s PLATINUM TOUR in August. For dates and more visit, www.justinmooremusic.com.

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    Justin Moore Announced Green Beret As Namesake of Brickyard 400 During CMT Music Awards Live Broadcast

    June 9, 2014 0 Comments

    When Green Beret John Wayne Walding attends his first NASCAR race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in July, he’ll see a familiar name plastered around the historic race track – his own.

    Walding was announced the winner of Crown Royal’s annual “Your Hero’s Name Here” program, which awards naming rights to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at IMS to a deserving American hero, during last night’s live broadcast of the CMT Music Awards. As the winner, Walding’s name will be incorporated into the official race title, the Crown Royal Presents the John Wayne Walding 400 at the Brickyard Powered by BigMachineRecords.com.

    Walding, of Little Elm, Texas, is a highly decorated Army veteran who served for 12 years, completing tours in Afghanistan and Iraq. While overseas in 2008, Walding was involved in a fire fight during a mission to capture a high value target, during which he lost the lower part of his right leg.

    After recovering from his injury, Walding was the first amputee to graduate the Special Forces Sniper School. He completed the Army 10 miler on foot and the 2009 Boston Marathon utilizing a hand cycle, within a year of the accident. Among Walding’s many awards and badges are the Silver Star, Bronze Star, Purple Heart, and Combat Infantry Badge. Walding was nominated for the program by his brother and lives in Little Elm with his wife Amy and their four children. He is the founder of Five Toes Custom, which employs wounded veterans in an effort to provide support and direction within their lives.

    “The fact that Crown Royal cares enough to say ‘thank you’ for what I’ve done is a true validation for my sacrifice,” said Walding following the unveil event. “The magnitude of those two words goes above and beyond.”

    On hand to take part in the program’s winner reveal event for the third year in a row was Country music star and reigning ACM New Artist of the Year Justin Moore. Moore presented Walding with a custom-made Gibson guitar bearing the official race logo incorporating Walding’s name and thanked him for his service during the award show broadcast.

    “To be able to be involved in this program’s winner reveal event for the third year in a row is really special to me,” said Moore. “We’ve had the opportunity to meet so many amazing heroes over the years and are looking forward to honoring John Wayne at the Brickyard this summer.”

    Walding was joined in Nashville by the other four program finalists, Tara Hulett of Albany, N.Y.; James Bailey of Pamplin, Va.; Bryce Boyer of Wanship, Utah; and Tyler Whisenhunt of Gentry, Ark. The five finalists were selected from thousands of nominations submitted to CrownRoyalHeroes.com, and consumers 21+ voted for the hero they thought was most deserving of the honor.

    “The sacrifices that have been made by John Wayne Walding and countless heroes across the country serve as an inspiration to all of us at Crown Royal,” said Abby Wise, Brand Director for Crown Royal. “We’re excited to provide Walding a small token of our gratitude by renaming the NASCAR race at the famed Brickyard in his honor.”

    As part of the grand-prize package, Walding will take part in a VIP at-track experience that will include garage tours, pace car rides and concerts by Big Machine Label Group artists. He’ll cap off the weekend by delivering the trophy bearing his name to the race winner in Victory Lane.

    “We’re proud to participate in Crown Royal ‘Your Hero’s Name Here’ program for the third consecutive year,” said J. Douglas Boles, Indianapolis Motor Speedway president. “It’s been an honor to welcome so many great American heroes to our events and we’re anxious to host John Wayne for a great weekend of racing.”

    While raising a glass to the heroes in your life, Crown Royal reminds consumers to please drink responsibly.

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