Twinnie set: BMG UK country signings set for Stateside push

Andre Paine

Alistair Norbury has tipped UK country acts The Shires and Twinnie for US success.

The Shires moved to BMG after three Top 10 albums with Decca. Their new LP, Good Years, is out March 13.

“Our US label, Broken Bow Records, will be releasing The Shires’ album in the States, so for the first time they’re going to get proper attention in America,” said Norbury.

“We’ve made this big play in country music and we have a lot of relationships ...

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