Tim McGraw's Curb Case Won't Be Heard By Supreme Court

Curb Records, the former record label of Tim McGraw from which he won his freedom last year, has failed in its attempt to have the Supreme Court hear its case. The diskery was attempting to invalidate the singer's contract with Big Machine Records, the label he signed with following his split from Curb.

Curb claimed that McGraw finished his Emotional Traffic album too soon after the release of an earlier record, which represented a breach of contract. The label said his 1997 contract stipulated a year-and-a-half delay between releases.

However, the Supreme Court refused to hear the case, meaning that McGraw's drawn-out battle with the label has now come to a close, with the label having exhausted all of its legal options.

Earlier this month, McGraw released Two Lanes to Freedom, his 12th album on Big Machine Records.

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