BRAD COTTER’S NEW DEAL

Former Nashville Star champ Brad Cotter has signed with Nashville-based independent record label Adobe Road.

Brad expects to release his first album for the company this spring. As winner of the popular TV talent show’s second season, he received a contract with major label Sony Nashville—but his 2004 Patient Man album met with limited success, and he soon parted ways with the company. Since then, Brad has been writing songs and touring. "Every label looks for a true artist, with such strong writing skills and strong public appeal,” says Adobe Road president Gary Cotton. “We at Adobe Road feel that we have found just that with Brad.”

[Photo courtesy Sony Music]

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