Marty Brown Inks Deal With Plowboy Records

Pictured: Plowboy Records General Manager Ben Ewing, Marty Brown and Plowboy Records President Shannon Pollard

Marty Brown has joined the Plowboy Records roster.

Brown is currently putting the finishing touches on his latest album, which is due out this Spring. The initial radio single is set for release in February. Publicity for the new project is being handled by Martha Moore of so much MOORE media.

To date, Brown has recorded four studio albums, including three for MCA: High and Dry (1991), Wild Kentucky Skies (1993) and Cryin’, Lovin’, Leavin’ (1994). He released Here’s To The Honkytonks (1996) via HighTone. Brown also co-wrote Tracy Byrd’s hit “I’m From The Country,” and Trace Adkins’ “When I Stop Loving You,” among others. Brown also appeared on season eight of America’s Got Talent and was previously signed to Keith Stegall’s Dreamlined Entertainment.

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