Taylor Swift - Big Machine Records Promo mp3 album
Big Machine Records is an American independent record label, which is distributed by Universal Music Group, specializing in country and pop artists. Big Machine is based on Music Row in Nashville, Tennessee. The label was founded in September 2005 by former DreamWorks Records executive Scott Borchetta and became a joint venture between Borchetta and country singer Toby Keith
Big Machine's lofty projections have set off a debate among the data analysts and sales teams at competing record labels over whether the Nashville label can come close to achieving that figure - and how it would do so, even though the first singles off Reputation aren't performing as well as the first cuts off 1989.
UMG (от лица компании "Big Machine"); Abramus Digital, BMI - Broadcast Music In. SOLAR Music Rights Management, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, CMRRA, LatinAutor, LatinAutor - SonyATV, AMRA, UBEM, Sony ATV Publishing, ole (Publishing)" и другие авторские общества (17). Безопасный режим: выкл.
Red' is the fourth studio album by Taylor Swift and her third consecutive Billboard Chart number on. Digital Album, Red Digital Single, 1. State of Grace Digital Single, 2. Red Digital Single, 3. Treacherous Digital Single, 4. I Knew You Were Trouble Digital Single, 5. All Too Well Digital Single, 6. 22 Digital Single, 7. I Almost Do Digital Single, 8. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together Digital Single, 9. Stay Stay Stay Digital Single, 10.
This Big Machine Records roster includes both past and present artists. The list you're viewing is made up of many different artists, including Taylor Swift and Jewel.
First Song & Album. Taylor Swift, age 15, was in her sophomore year of high school when she signed with Borchetta’s Big Machine Records. She recorded in the studio after school - and with her first song, Tim McGraw (CD cover shown earlier above), her career began its rise. In many ways, using the name Tim McGraw as her first song title was a very clever bit of marketing. But the big Taylor Swift news in early 2009 was her planned 52-city tour through the . As tickets went on sale in city after city, the concert was sold out. After the date was announced for her show at the Staples Center in . for example, it was sold out in two minutes.
With fans as insatiable as Taylor Swift's, the country sweetheart is almost obligated to release nothing but hit-worthy material; fortunately the bonus tracks here are just that.
Earlier this month, Swift became a free agent for the first time in her career when the one-year anniversary of Reputation, her sixth album, marked the end of her Big Machine deal, but she was quickly snapped up by UMG and Republic, who distributed her previous records through the Nashville-based, independent label. That’s UMG Chairman and CEO Lucian Grainge and Republic CEO Monte Lipman alongside Swift in the photo.
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