Tim Mcgraw Curb Records Analysis

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Oops! Tim McGraw's label, Curb Records, has gone ahead and released yet another McGraw greatest hits album - without the musician's knowledge or permission! McGraw says he feels most for his fans - "It has to be just as confusing to the fans as it is to me." That's because this is the second compilation album since 2006, with only one studio album in between. McGraw says he's been working on a studio album for over a year now, performing new tracks on tour and hoping to release the new album in the fall. But now he'll have to hold off on that. McGraw tells his fans, "In the spirit of the election year, I would simply say to my fans 'I'm Tim McGraw and I don't approve their message.'" Especially since the album was produced without…show more content…
McGraw says he's been working on a studio album for over a year now, performing new tracks on tour and hoping to release the new album in the fall. But now he'll have to hold off on that. McGraw tells his fans, "In the spirit of the election year, I would simply say to my fans 'I'm Tim McGraw and I don't approve their message.'" Especially since the album was produced without any communication with him. Greatest Hits 3 contains all of the singer's hits since 1995, including his current single, Let It Go. There are also two previously unreleased collaborative tracks - Find Out Who Your Friends Are with Tracy Lawrence and Kenny Chesney, and Nine Lives with Def Leppard. He says he doesn't mean to take away from the people who worked on those songs, but that he is a little embarrassed by the independent label's actions, as fans may feel a little disappointed. Rightfully so! . See Texas v. Johnson, 491 U.S. 397, 407 (1989). . See id. at 403; Ben’s Bar, Inc. v. Village of Somerset, 316 F.3d 702, 723 (7th Cir.

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