TRICK PONY LABEL HOPS

Trick Pony has parted company with its record company, Warner Bros., and found a new home at Curb-Asylum Records. "I feel fortunate for the success we've had in past," says Ira, "but now I know our brightest days still lie ahead." Keith Burns echoes, "I haven't been this excited about our career and music in years!" With a new single ready to ship to radio and a new album coming in the fall, Heidi says, "Number one, the music has to be great, it has to speak for itself. I believe in this new music , and now we have a team in Curb-Asylum that believes right along with us. Creatively, there is no glass ceiling on us and no limit now to what we can do. That is exciting!"

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