Rob Dalton has exited radio promotion and artist development company New Revolution Entertainment, which he co-founded with Jeff Solima in 2006. Solima will continue to lead the company.
“Thanks to everyone who gave us a chance and allowed us to have multiple industry awards, No. 1 and Top 10 singles,” Dalton said. “It’s time for me to go now. All the best to Jeff and the staff they will always be dear friends.”
“When Rob and I started New Revolution, it had never been done before. What we did and accomplished was light years ahead of the industry, and now is the industry standard. Our time together was personally some of the best times of my life, which has been filled with great moments. Rob will be truly missed, and has our love and support in his next endeavor. It’s an exciting time in the music industry, as distribution slowly fades and smaller companies narrow the gap between the majors. We look forward to what the future brings, and will have big announcements coming in the near future,” Solima added.
Among the artists the company has worked with include: The Farm, Montgomery Gentry, Tim McGraw, Martina McBride, Lee Brice, Gloriana, Randy Owen, Steve Holy, Emerson Drive, Colt Ford, Jerrod Niemann, Bucky Covington, Darryl Worley and many others.
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