Copperline Music Group (CMG) has signed an exclusive distribution deal with The Orchard for the label’s releases. Current Copperline Music Group projects include Craig Wayne Boyd’s Top Shelf and Jason Morton and The Chesapeake Sons‘ new self-titled album.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with The Orchard and their teams in Nashville and New York,” says Copperline Music Group’s Rusty Harmon. “Having access to their multitude of proven label services will enhance our ability to achieve success for our artists.”
“As the music industry continues to evolve and change, I find myself looking to sign artists and labels that understand these changes,” notes The Orchard’s Dewayne Brown. “Ones that embrace the challenges of the new movement to a more digital streaming world, but yet still feels that there is life and needs for physical product. I am so very honored and proud that Rusty Harmon and his staff at CMG have join our family here at The Orchard Nashville. Our staff is extremely excited about working with CMG, Craig Wayne Boyd, Jason Morton, and beyond.”
Copperline Music Group has also partnered with Girlilla for digital marketing and Absolute Publicity for publicity services.
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