Curb Records

Curb Records (also known as Asylum-Curb and formerly known as MCG Curb) is an independent record label started by Mike Curb originally as Sidewalk Records in 1963. From 1969 to 1973 Curb merged with MGM Records where Curb served as President of MGM and Verve Records.

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Star De Azlan
... Signed to Curb Records in 2007, she released her debut single "She's Pretty" in early 2008 the song peaked at No ... While performing at Cheatham Street, she was asked to audition for Curb Records after label head, Mike Curb heard her perform ... De Azlan released her debut single under Curb Records titled "She's Pretty" in 2007 ...
Sawyer Brown Discography - Studio Albums - 1990s
... US Country US CAN Country Buick Release date January 7, 1991 Label Capitol/Curb Records Formats CD, cassette 140 ... — The Dirt Road Release date January 6 ...
Curb Records - Europe
... In the United Kingdom, Curb artists (apart from those sub-licensed to majors) are eligible for the UK 'independent' charts ... In January 2006, Curb scored a top ten hit with Brian Kennedy and Peter Corry's 'Tribute to George Best', an EP featuring recordings of You Raise Me Up amongst others ...
Sawyer Brown Discography - Studio Albums - 1980s
... Country US CAN Sawyer Brown Release date 1984 Label Capitol/Curb Records Formats LP, CD, cassette 140 ... — Shakin' Release date 1985 Label Capitol/Curb Records Formats LP, CD, cassette 3 ...

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