Despite a press release issued yesterday (Thursday, June 28th) on behalf of Curb Records that a judge determined that Tim still owes Curb another album, Tim and and his lawyers say that is far from the truth.
Tim's attorney issued a statement yesterday (Thursday, June 28th) that read, in part, "It is proper . . . for Mr. McGraw and his counsel to clarify the record in light of Curb's misleading and inaccurate press release. The Court's only ruling was to postpone, at the request of Curb, the trial as to damages claimed by Mr. McGraw and by Curb. There was no ruling about anything else, and specifically there was no ruling regarding the substance of either party's claims in the lawsuit. The Court's ruling did not effect, in any way, Mr. McGraw's relationship with Big Machine Records . . . Mr. McGraw and his counsel believe that the rulings speak for themselves, and that it is not proper for either of the parties to issue a press release regarding these matters."
Curb Records has claimed that Tim is still a Curb artist and is appealing the court's decision late last year that he was a free agent and could sign with another label, which he did earlier this year. Curb is investigating when Tim cut 20 songs for his new label, Big Machine Records, claiming that those songs belong to Curb.
Curb is appealing the court's decision to release Tim from their roster. That appeal will be heard on July 27th.
In the meantime, Tim will release a new single called "Truck Yeah" next week.
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