Big & Rich partners with Reviver
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
– Big & Rich entered into a partnership with Reviver Records.
This move reunites the duo - Big Kenny and John Rich - with Reviver Records' President Gator Michaels. Effective immediately, Reviver Records will promote the duo's latest single "Brand New Buzz," to radio. The deal is for promotion, according to Big & Rich's publicist.
"John, Kenny and I have enjoyed tremendous success in the past, and we all expect that success to continue well into the future." said Michaels.
"We are thrilled to align with Reviver Records as they continue to build momentum for 'Brand New Buzz'," the duo said in a press release. "Gator and his team have been big believers in our music since we launched our debut single 'Wild West Show' in 2004, as well as the genre-bending career single 'Save A Horse, Ride A Cowboy, We are ready to rock this new era into the stratosphere."
Big & Rich will launch the Peace, Love & Happy Hour Tour presented by Redneck Riviera Whiskey in April.
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