High Cotton Records is an Independent Label that focuses on Artist Development. We offer a variety of services along with our many different service providers on a limited basis. We have years upon years of combined experience in the music business from Business and Legal Affairs, to Marketing, to production of audio/visual, to promotion, and distribution. We are for the most part a DIGITAL LABEL and have worked with numerous Bands, Artists and Songwriters in the past and look forward to finding MORE that are READY to take it to a higher level.
We have worked with many different artists in the past and those can be found on our Artist Pages on the middle links of our website.
High Cotton Records is a division of MUSIC SQUARE ONE
Which is also the parent company of the following:
Raising Moore Cain Music (BMI)
Cowboy Killers Music (ASCAP)
No Pain, No Pain Music (SESAC)
Music Square One (MSO) also owns all the copyrights for Steve Moore’s published works which include many articles about the music business that have published in Gibson Guitar Magazine, FNO Magazine, Damned Good Tunes and many more.
Most importantly, MSO also owns the rights to Steve Moore’s Book:
Steve’s Book is available via Amazon and many other places but will soon be available via E-Books through Lawson Music Media and also by Print On Demand. If you would like a signed copy of the book please contact us via our contact form and we’ll be happy to get you a SIGNED COPY!
Our future endeavors are to include changing Steve’s former band from “The Cowboy Killers” back to “Steve Moore & The New South” and posting both the Meridian Recording Artist High Cotton Compilation CD along with the rest of Steve’s Music on High Cotton Records Label to iTunes, Last FM, Pandora and a host of other places.
Visit Steve Moore & The New South’s new Website here:
You’ll also be able to find Music Square One’s and Steve Moore Social Networks by clicking on the ICON TABS below.
We appreciate you stopping by our NEW WEBSITE and look forward to offering more music and information in the future.
All of the above are subsidiary of:
New South Development