Evans launches Born to Fly Records
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
– Sara Evans launched her own record label, Born to Fly Records, she announced today.
The label is named for her chart-topping single and double-platinum album of the same name and will distributed via SONY RED.
Evans will release a new album hti summer, her eighth studio effort.
"I'm extremely excited to be launching this venture, and I love that the label is Born To Fly," Evans said. "I wrote that song about my own life, coming to Nashville and following my dreams. It's a dream come true to surround myself with my own team and truly embrace my entrepreneurial spirit, taking complete control of my career and brand is so freeing. I can't wait to share this new project with everyone."
Evans began her career on RCA with "Three Chords and the Truth" in 1997. Her last disc, "At Christmas," came out in 2014. Evans had signed with Sugar Hill last year, but never released an album.
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