Phil Vassar Changes Labels

Phil Vassar is being released from his contract with Arista Records in order to join the newly reorganized Universal Records South label.

“I think that as artists change and grow musically, it’s important to shake things up on the business side, too,” says Phil. His biggest songs for Arista included his debut “Carlene,” the No.1 “Just Another Day in Paradise,” “That’s When I Love You” and more. Phil recently released his Greatest Hits CD. He is recording a new album with producer Mark Wright, also the head of Universal Records South, scheduled for release in 2007.

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