This will not include Chris’ upcoming album, Live At The Old Feed Store, which he will release independently next week.
The agreement was finalized on Tuesday at the IBMA’s World of Bluegrass conference in Raleigh, NC.
Jones says that he has been watching the success his new label has had of late.
“We’ve been very impressed by the quality of Mountain Home’s roster and the strong record of results they’ve achieved in bluegrass music and beyond. We’re extremely excited about this opportunity to join the Mountain Home family.”
The band will begin work soon on a new studio project, with an anticipated release by the middle of next year.