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article imageDot Records announces Maddie and Tae as first act on new roster

By Markos Papadatos     Jun 2, 2014 in Music
Dot Records is the new imprint under the Big Machine Label Group. It announced female duo Maddie and Tae and their inaugural act.
General manager Chris Stacey remarked in a press statement, "I am thrilled and honored that Maddie and Tae will be the first act to be released on Dot Records! They are phenomenally talented young ladies who have captured a sound that is unique in today's country music landscape and I believe that they will send a message to the world that can't be denied."
They are from Texas and Oklahoma and they are ambitious 18-year-old singer-songwriters that grew up playing in similar circles, before they caught the attention of Big Machine Music Vice President Mike Molinar and staff writer and producer Aaron Scherz.
Three days after they graduated from high school this past June, the girls moved to Nashville for a development "summery camp," which showcased their top-notch vocal harmonies and lyrics. They subsequently earned a full Big Machine Music publishing contract and they went on to impress Big Machine Label Group CEO Scott Borchetta (best-known for discovering Taylor Swift) and general manager Chris Stacey.
Maddie and Tae were influenced by such female country acts as The Dixie Chicks, Shania Twain and Lee Ann Womack.
For more information on country duo Maddie and Tae, visit their official website.
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