Just because the major record labels gave up on Vertical Horizon and Pat McGee Band doesn't mean that other labels have to.
Both Pat McGee Band and Vertical Horizon are breathing new life into both of their latest albums, inking new record deals, have giving them one more push into the world.
Pat McGee Band parted from Warner Brothers Records after a less-than-stellar release of their album "Save Me." The lead single "Beautiful Ways," was a minor hit at Hot AC and AAA radio, but wasn't enough for Warner Bros. to keep interest. Now signed to Kirtland Records, the band will be re-releasing "Save Me," while pushing "Must Have Been Love" to radio stations this week. No word on an official re-release date for Pat McGee Band.
Vertical Horizon is moving in the same direction with their latest disc "Go." Originally released in 2003 on RCA records, the band's first single "I'm Still Here" failed to reach the popularity of their previous smash hit "Everything You Want." The band did not get video or tour support from RCA, and eventually were tossed to the back burner and dropped from the label. Now signed to Hybrid Records, Vertical Horizon will be re-releasing "Go," while pushing their new single "Forever" to Hot AC and AAA radio stations this week. The re-release of "Go" will contain the previously unreleased track "Better When You're Not There" and is slated for a Summer release.