Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Steel Magnolia Exit Big Machine Records

Sad news ... we hope that Josh and Meghan will be able to work out their personal and professional issues and get past this soon.  Best of luck!

Status as a Duo Remains Unclear

Steel Magnolia have parted ways with their label, Big Machine Records. Comprised of Joshua Scott Jones and Meghan Linsey, the duo enjoyed a Top 5 hit in 2010 with "Keep on Lovin' You." Their follow-up singles included "Just by Being You," "Last Night Again" and "Bulletproof."

The duo signed to the label after winning the CMT competition series, Can You Duet, in 2009. They released a full-length album in January 2011 and announced their engagement in June.

Jones sought treatment at a substance abuse rehab facility in September and completed his program. Meanwhile, Linsey fulfilled the duo's touring obligations by performing with singer-songwriter James Otto. Steel Magnolia has no concerts scheduled at this time, according to their Facebook page.

The duo's former label, their former management company and their booking agent were all unable able to confirm to if the duo is still together, either as performers or a couple.

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