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Published: 6/16/2009

Blaine Larsen signs to TREEHOUSE Records

Industry Vets Construct TREEHOUSE Records And Sign Blaine Larsen As First Act


Nashville, TN (June 15, 2009) – Morris Management Group will add an in-house record label to its roster in the coming weeks. TREEHOUSE Records is set to open its doors later this month with Blaine Larsen as the first act signed to the label.
Blaine Larsen
Music business pros Irving Azoff, Dale Morris, Clint Higham, and Mike Betterton are the founding partners of TREEHOUSE Records. This partnership developed earlier this spring when Azoff’s Frontline Management acquired Morris Management Group.

The label will kick-off business by releasing Larsen’s forthcoming single later this summer.  Morris, Higham, and Betterton have managed Larsen for five years and look forward to continued success in his career as the first artist signed to TREEHOUSE Records. Larsen’s previous hit singles include “How Do You Get That Lonely,” and “I Don’t Know What She Said.” 

“We have been managing Blaine for the past five years and are honored to give him the freedom to make the record he's all about," said MMG's Higham. "Our new partnership with Irving gives us the freedom to move swiftly and creatively and we are thrilled to be bringing Blaine's music back to Country Radio and the fans."
“I am extremely honored to partner with these iconic figures in the music industry. I am proud to release this new record and I look forward a long future together,” Larsen said.

ABOUT BLAINE LARSEN:
Blaine Larsen began his recording career with Sony Music Nashville in 2004 with the release of his debut hit “How Do You Get That Lonely.” Larsen released his first album off the label in 2005 and has toured with many notable artists, including Gretchen Wilson.  Larsen co-wrote a song featured on George Strait’s upcoming 2009 release, “Twang”. His first project off TREEHOUSE Records is expected in 2009. 






 
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