Big Machine Records has signed Ray Wylie Hubbard to its roster. Hubbard has released 17 full-length studio albums in his career, the most recent being 2017’s Tell The Devil I’m Getting There As Fast As I Can via Bordello Records. In 2015, he released the book A Life…Well, Lived, and in 2010, he penned the script for the feature film The Last Rites of Ransom Pride and also wrote several songs for the soundtrack.
The Big Machine Label Group imprint also includes Tim McGraw, Rascal Flatts, Sugarland, Carly Pearce, Midland, The Cadillac Three, Dan Smalley, Payton Smith and Noah Schnacky.
“Ray Wylie Hubbard is a forefather of American rock’n roll, blues and country music who is as relevant today as ever,” said Big Machine Label Group President/CEO/Founder Scott Borchetta. “If you like your music delivered with heart, soul, snarl, attitude and guitars, then the new music from Ray Wylie Hubbard is for you.”
“To have a badass label like Big Machine say they believe in the low down, greasy record I made with my hoodlum friends and want to put it out? Well, damn. Sure. You bet,” says Hubbard.
Hubbard is currently finalizing a new album to release later this year, which will feature collaborations with Ringo Starr, Joe Walsh and more.
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