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Nashville, TN (May 19, 2010) – Multi-platinum selling RCA Nashville recording artist Martina McBride signed a management deal with Clint Higham, President of Morris Artist Management, this week.  Higham, who manages Kenny Chesney and Jake Owen, is based in Nashville and has been with Morris Artist Management for 18 years.
“Excited is an understatement when it comes to how I feel about starting this partnership with Clint,” says McBride. “He has strong and focused ideas about my career and the opportunities that lie ahead. I have the utmost respect not only for his talent and passion as a manager, but also for his integrity both professionally and personally.”
Higham responded, “My team and I cannot be more thrilled and honored to represent Martina. She is an artist who inspires all those around her as well as millions of fans everywhere.  Martina is a superstar at the top of her game but I believe there are many layers to her career that have yet to be explored. I look forward to an exciting future with her.”
About Martina McBrideOne of the most spectacular voices in any genre, Martina McBride is a four-time CMA Female Vocalist of the Year and GRAMMY award-winning recording artist with more than 18 million in album sales and 23 Top 10 singles, including six Number ones.

The breadth of her talents – as a recording artist, songwriter, producer and premiere entertainer - has made her an in-demand performer and personality on such high-profile programs as OprahVH1 Divas, 20/20, American IdolDancing with the StarsGood Morning America, The Today Show, The Bachelorette, Regis & Kelly, The View, A&E Private Sessions and countless other network specials and award shows.
Martina is celebrated for her beauty and sense of fashion, as well as her everywoman perspective in life and music. She is a wife and mother of three who has graced the covers of Redbook, Shape, Ladies' Home Journal, Reader's Digest, Country Weekly and many others.

Among her hits are such empowering songs as "Independence Day," "This One's for the Girls," "Anyway" and "Ride," all of which have underscored her incredible popularity as one of music's preeminent female vocalists.  Her latest album is the chart-topping Shine, which includes her current single, "Wrong, Baby, Wrong.”  
About Morris Artist Management
Based in Nashville, Tennessee, Morris Artist Management has an extensive roster of some of country’s biggest acts, including Alabama, Randy Owen, Kenny Chesney, Big & Rich, Blaine Larsen, Louise Mandrell, Gretchen Wilson, Jake Owen, David Nail, Julio Iglesias Jr., John Rich, and Andy Gibson. Higham is the primary management contact for Martina McBride, Kenny Chesney, and Jake Owen.


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