Thirty Tigers Teams With Big & Rich

Pictured (Front Row, L-R): Big Kenny Alphin, John Rich. Back row (L-R): Marc Oswald, Dewayne Brown (Sony RED), David Macias (Thirty Tigers), Jen Boise (Thirty Tigers).

Pictured, Front row (L-R): Big Kenny, John Rich. Back row (L-R): Marc Oswald, Dewayne Brown (Sony RED), David Macias (Thirty Tigers), Jen Boise (Thirty Tigers).

Thirty Tigers has partnered with Big & Rich for the release of an upcoming project, slated for release in 2017. The Nashville-based entertainment company will handle the marketing and distribution for the project, along with Sony RED. The project will be released on the duo’s Big & Rich Records.

“We are over the top excited to work with David Macias, Dewayne Brown and the entire Thirty Tigers and Sony RED teams! I truly feel they understand who we are, what we stand for and where we are dreaming to go,” says Big & Rich’s John Rich. “It’s not often in this business that you feel completely understood, but this is one of those golden moments where the stars align and great things happen!”

“A lot of what we do and believe in at Thirty Tigers is building around the idea of community. I intensely admired what these guys did in the last decade in being a driving force behind MuzikMafia, and then how they translated that to a national level,” says Thirty Tigers founder David Macias. “They do this while being passionate, being compassionate, making amazing music and being more fun than you can imagine. I also admire how they thrive together while being very different people. We need more of that in this country.”


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