Brad Cotter has signed on as the "flagship artist" for Adobe Road Records, a new label headed by music veteran Gary Cotton. Brad is excited about his new home and looks forward to going into the studio with Gary. The new album should be ready for a spring release. Since becoming "America's favorite" he has spent the last two years fine-tuning his craft and touring. He has steadily been writing songs and having them cut. Brad is proud to join this new label and to work with such a high caliber of professionals. He feels his fans deserve his best. He is ready to deliver.
Since the show, Sheila has put out an album "Makes Perfect Sense" that is currently available on her website (www.sheilamarshallband.com) and in select Texas stores. Sheila has played for the Houston Texans several times and has been asked to play the Houston Rodeo every year since the show. She is still traveling and playing shows from Texas to New York, and is planning on touring overseas to perform for the U.S. troops. At the moment, Sheila is involved in recording a song for a major motion picture that she hopes will make it big in theatres. And be on the lookout for a new album release from Sheila in early 2007.
Since appearing on Nashville Star, Marty has continued to tour and record with George Strait. Marty completed a solo album called "Plan B" which is available at her website. Marty just got married in July to a wonderful man and has never been happier.
Lance just finished up his debut record for Warner Brothers Records, which is currently slated for a 2007 release.