Disney’s country label Lyric Street has launched a brand new website in honor of its artist Rascal Flatts who celebrate ten years in the industry in 2010. The new site reminisces across the past decades with a photo collage, a length history of awards and recognitions and a complete discography.
Also pictured on the site is what appears to be cover art for an album titled 10 Years featuring a large X (Roman numeral for ten) promising a September 2010 release (although October seems like it would be a more obvious choice) along with a host of ways for loyal fans to interact.
Even those who don’t count themselves among country fans are no doubt familiar with the band, particularly their cover of Tom Cochrane’s Life is a Highway from Disney/Pixar’s CARS.
Walt Disney Records’ country music arm, Lyric Street, has launched an official website for its 15 year old country star-to-be Tyler Dickerson. The website, which can be found at TylerLovesRadio.com (or TDLovesRadio.com) currently serves up a small photo gallery, a lengthy video featuring Tyler and his ‘life story,’ a bio and clips of several of Tyler’s songs including Just Like Hank, She’d Be You, Tell Your Sister I’m Single, Cowboys and Soldiers and Faster I Go, all presumably to be found on Tyler’s debut album. You’ll also find links to Tyler’s already established MySpace page as well as emerging pages on other social media sites.
Lyric Street’s stable of other country artists include SHeDAISY, Rascal Flatts, Bucky Covington and Sarah Buxton amongst others.