Thompson Square, the GRAMMY-nominated, award-winning country music duo has decided to step away from BBR Music Group’s imprint, Stoney Creek Records, their label home since 2009. The band released a statement following the decision, but the wording is unclear on if the split was mutual or forced.
“It’s bittersweet leaving our Stoney Creek Records family,” says Shawna Thompson, “So many memories have been made and so many goals have been achieved. We will be forever grateful to Benny and Carolyn Brown for their faith in our artistry. It has changed our lives forever.”
Since breaking into the country music scene, the multi-platinum selling duo have achieved international success scoring three No. 1 hits and five Top 20 hits, with streaming numbers surpassing 600 million and a social media following of nearly 2 million.
“All good things must come to an end but we look forward to the future and to new beginnings,” Keifer Thompson shares, “We are extremely excited about this new chapter of our life and what it means for our music and our fans.”
The three-time Vocal Duo of the Year (ACM/CMA) have received top honors in music including two GRAMMY nominations for Best Country Duo/Group Performance and Best Country Song, seven mainstream industry awards and over 25 additional award nominations.
Thompson Square continue to be represented by Shawn Pennington at Pennington Entertainment and William Morris Endeavor’s Greg Oswald and Abby Wells Bass. The duo is currently in the studio recording their forthcoming album with GRAMMY Award-winning producer Nathan Chapman (Taylor Swift, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum).