It's common knowledge that Tim McGraw and his old label Curb Records, haven't been happy with each other for years. Even though Tim's moved on to a new label, Big Machine, neither side is letting go of their fued.
Curb claims in a lawsuit that Tim still owes them another studio album under the terms of his contract, and the project he is now recording for Big Machine actually belongs to them. Tim claims in his countersuit that Curb prolonged his contract by releasing greatest hits compilations to extend the period between his album releases.
In court last Friday it was ruled that Big Machine won't have to turn over sensitive documents to his old label Curb Records for now. Curb was seeking the documents in their appeal of an earlier court decision allowing McGraw to record for a new record label.
According to The Tennessean, the judge in Friday morning's hearing decided that the appeals court will now consider if the documents Curb seeks from Big Machine will be admissible in court. The judge did say he believes some of the documents between Big Machine and McGraw should remain confidential.
I have a feeling we won't see an end to this drama for a long time.