"I'm so excited about this amazing opportunity," the 'There Is No Arizona' singer says. "I've had my own studio for many years, and being a part of the creative process has always been one of my favorite things about the music business. By having our own label, we can now help introduce the world to some exceptionally talented new artists."
Jamie's keeping it in the family with this new venture. Her father and manager, Jimmy Murphy, will serve as the record label's General Manager and Partner. The first artist signed to the label is Rachele Lynae, whose debut single, 'Party 'Til the Cows Come Home,' will be released in March.
In 2000, the Australian-born Jamie busted onto the country scene with her debut single, 'There Is No Arizona,' which she immediately followed up with the chart-topper 'When I Think About Angels.' Five years later, she was back in the Top 5 with the inspirational tune, 'Somebody's Hero,' which appeared on her 'Brave' album.