Tim McGraw has exited Red Light Management, MusicRow has confirmed. He has re-teamed with former longtime manager Scott Siman in the interim.
McGraw signed with Red Light’s Coran Capshaw in 2009. Under Red Light’s management tenure, McGraw’s career included a successful Las Vegas residency with wife and fellow artist Faith Hill, as well as McGraw’s exit from Curb Records and his signing with Big Machine Label Group.
Siman is currently president of RPM Management, representing Maggie Rose and Chasin’ Crazy, as well as Tate Stevens. Siman served as a Sr. VP at Sony Music Nashville before becoming McGraw’s manager in the 1990s.
Earlier this year, RPM Entertainment eliminated its radio promotions staff, and shifted its focus to its management and publishing divisions.
Additionally, McGraw is no longer working with independent publicist, The GreenRoom PR’s Mary Hilliard Harrington.
McGraw’s latest album Sundown Heaven Town was released by Big Machine Label Group in September.
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