Tillis signs record deal
Friday, November 8, 2019
– Pam Tillis has signed with ONErpm, a full global distribution and branding company, to release new music.
"This week is a very exciting time for me," said Tillis. "I was so happy to be asked to be a presenter at the CMA Awards and to have inked my partnership with ONErpm. I can finally release the album I've had in the works. Every album is its own little journey, and this one may be a little more winding than usual. I've had some of these songs in my back pocket for a long, long time."
There was no word when new music would be released.
"We're thrilled to be part of this project," said ONErpm General Manager Ken Madson. "The heart, authenticity and artistry Pam brought to this album make it something very special."
Tillis will be a presenter on The 53rd Annual CMA Awards on Nov. 13. "The fact that the CMA Awards will be a celebration of women in country makes it even more special to me," adds Tillis.
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