It’s All About to Change

Travis Tritt, who has previously recorded for Warner Bros., Columbia Nashville and the ill-fated Category 5 Records, is starting his own label.

Travis told Billboard.com that he plans to launch the as-yet-unnamed label to release the follow-up to his 2007 album, The Storm.

But don't look for the Georgia native to have a large roster. The label will only be home to one artist: Travis. "It's strictly for me to release my music on," he told Billboard.com. "We're not looking to sign other (artists)."

Travis said he's "very, very close" to getting the label up and running.

Meanwhile, Travis is touring this summer. Find out if he's coming to a town near you at travistritt.com/tour.

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