Clint Black’s Label Closes

The Equity Music Group record label, co-founded by Clint Black in 2003, has suspended operations and closed due to economic difficulties.

The label’s artist roster included Clint, who was also a partner in the company, Laura Bryna, the band Carolina Rain, Kevin Fowler and newcomer Blake Wise. Little Big Town was formerly with the label but signed with Capitol Records Nashville earlier this year. Clint was not available for comment on the label’s closing.

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