Country rockers The Wolfe Brothers sign global record deal with BMG
Brothers Tom and Nick Wolfe are preparing to release new music on Friday after signing a worldwide deal with global independent label, BMG.
The exclusive agreement with BMG means The Wolfe Brothers now have a global label partnership to further build their career internationally.
The duo The won four awards at the 2019 Golden Guitar awards in Tamworth, including Album Of The Year, Contemporary Country Album, Group Or Duo and Song Of The Year.
In the USA, The Wolfe Brothers join BMG-owned BBR Music Group to represent the band’s releases stateside, which was acquired by BMG in 2017.
They join the star-studded growing country roster on the powerhouse Nashville label.
Hitmakers Chase Rice, Granger Smith, Jimmie Allen, Runaway June and Blanco Brown have all enjoyed hit records in multiple territories under the BMG umbrella.
“We are thrilled to welcome one of Australia’s truly great artists to the BBR family,” says Jon Loba, EVP at BBR Music Group in Nashville.
“The Wolfe Brothers. Nick and Tom write world-class songs and are incredible live performers.”
The band will release new single ‘No Brakes’ drops Friday, a song about going full steam ahead in a relationship, co-written and produced by Lindsay Rimes in Nashville.
“The minute our staff heard the first single ‘No Brakes’, they were in and wanted to be involved,” added Loba. “We look forward to partnering with our amazing BMG Australia team to bring their music to the US.”
Friday’s release of ‘No Brakes’ follows seven years of success for the much-loved duo.
The Wolfe’s have had 12 consecutive #1 radio airplay singles in Australia, with all four studio albums have debuted at #2 on the ARIA Albums Chart.
“To be joining a roster that includes Jason Aldean, Dustin Lynch and Lindsay Ell is truly a dream come true for us,” says bassist Tom.
“With the help of the dynamic and creative teams in the BMG offices around the world we are looking forward to taking our music and our live show internationally.
“We feel we are creating the best work of our career at present and look forward to the road ahead with our recording and publishing rights being managed by the passionate Broken Bow Records/BMG teams headed by Heath Johns and Jon Loba.
“We can’t wait to see where this journey takes us.”
The Wolfe Brothers are managed by Stephen White, who also represents Lee Kernaghan.