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1962
  • Mike Curb graduated from high school where he was elected President of the high school choir.
  • "Speedway" recorded by the Heyburners for Titanic Records was written by Curb and performed by his high school/college rock and roll band at Cal State University.
1963
  • Mike Curb - signed by Bobby Darin to a songwriter contract
  • "Warpath" was released on Cude Records (later released on Marc Records) and "Pow Wow" recorded by The Sudells (Curb's high school/college rock and roll band)for American Artists Records.
  • Composed "All The Winds" by Four Lads - released by United Artist Records
    The song was also recorded by the Baytowners on Mercury/Smash Records
  • Composed song "Always Waitin'" recorded by three artists and released by RCA Parlofone/Mercury Records (by Paris Sisters - produced by Curb)
  • Composed "Thoughtless", recorded by the Crickets on Brunswick Records
  • Composed and produced records for Columbia Records, Dore Records, Deltone Records, Smash Records, Mercury Records, Capitol Records and Dot Records, United Artist Records, Brunswick Records, Warner/Reprise Records
  • Curb signed as artist to Reprise/Warner Records at age 18
  • First single released on Reprise/Warner - "Hot Dawg" - released under the name Mike Curb and the Curbstones
1964
  • Curb signed as artist by Mercury/Smash Records - released "Rebel (Without A Cause)"
  • Hired by Mercury Records to West Coast A&R job
  • First Mercury album - "The Buddies And The Compacts" (Curb version - "Little Honda" on that album)
  • Composed and produced "You Meet The Nicest People On A Honda" ("Go Little Honda") - Hondells. Honda's national commercial - Composed and produced 10 songs for Hondells albums and singles.
  • Curb formed Sidewalk Records - later became Curb Records - Curb enters its first distribution arrangement with Capitol/Tower, thanks to the belief of Eddie Ray
1965
  • First Curb/Sidewalk record hits Billboard Hot 100 pop chart - Curb produced Apache 65 by The Arrows (The Arrows was Curb's high school band which included Davie Allan and Larry Brown). Curb also wrote 7 songs on that album
  • Curb signed as artist to Capitol/Tower label - released first single - "Suzie Darling"
  • Composed and produced the song "Life" by Joe Leahy - hits top 40 on Billboard AC chart
  • Released and produced albums by Joe Leahy and composed 5 songs for those albums that were released by Capitol/Tower
  • Co-produced Timi Yuro's records "The Big Mistake", "Teardrops Till Dawn"
  • Curb produced first single by Linda Rondstadt and The Stone Ponies for release on Sidewalk Records
  • Curb scores Skater Dater which is a short motion picture which wins the Cannes International Film Festival and is nominated for an Academy Award
  • Sonny James receives BMI awards for "I'll Keep Holding On (To Your Love)" and "You're The Only World I Know"

 

1966
  • Curb composed and produced music for "Wild Angels" (film starring Peter Fonda/Nancy Sinatra)
  • Theme from "Wild Angels" hits Billboard top 100 pop singles chart
  • Wild Angels soundtrack album hits top 20 on Billboard pop album chart - Top 10 Record World chart (Curb produced and wrote or co-wrote 11 of the songs on album)
  • Top 40 Billboard Chart hit single "Blues Theme" recorded by Davie Allan and The Arrows (produced and co-written by Curb)
  • Ventures recorded Curb's "Wild Angels" theme on their Billboard chart album Guitar Freakout
  • Sonny James receives BMI award for "True Love's A Blessing"
  • Curb scores the motion picture The Wild Angels which became a major soundtrack recording, and the them song "Blues Theme" became Curb's first top 40 composed and produced hit.
  • Linda Ronstadt and The Stone Poneys make their first recording on Curb's Sidewalk label.
1967
  • Wild Angels Vol. II - Billboard album chart (Curb composed 8 songs on the album)
  • Curb composed and produced album Devils Angels starring John Cassavetes - album and single hit Billboard charts
  • Co-scored soundtrack Golden Breed released by Capitol Records
  • Curb produced soundtrack for motion picture "Thunder Alley" (Curb composed 6 of the songs for the film)
  • Curb composed music to Billy Jack film (The Born Losers starring Tom Laughlin)
  • ABC Executive Michael Eisner hires Curb to compose the music for two animated weekly ABC TV series, Hot Wheels and Cattanooga Cats
  • Terry Stafford performed Curb-written Billy Jack theme "Alone Never To Love Again"
  • Sonny James receives BMI award for "Room In Your Heart"
  • Curb's Sidewalk label releases the soundtrack to the motion picture The Trip, starring Peter Fonda, which was Jack Nicholson's first motion picture. The music instroduced The Electric Flag, featuring Mike Bloomfield and Buddy Miles.
1968
  • Curb composed and produced theme for Dick Clark's show American Bandstand
  • Curb produced soundtrack Wild In The Streets - #12 Billboard album chart with single "Nothing Can Change The Shape Of Things To Come" - top 25 on Billboard album chart
  • Curb co-composed 6 songs for the motion picture "Mondo Hollywood" including theme song "Magic Night" by Mike Clifford
  • Curb composed and produced the soundtrack The Wild Racers
  • Curb/Sidewalk label released soundtrack album The Trip - single by Electric Flag (featuring Mike Bloomfield and Buddy Miles) - "Green and Gold"
  • Curb produced and directed soundtrack for Savage Seven motion picture - released by Atlantic Records featuring Cream and Iron Butterfly
  • Curb forms partnership with Jim Guercio (Poseidon Productions) and signs Chicago
  • Sonny James receives BMI award for "It's The Little Things"
  • The Mike Curb Congregation is selected to be on the Glen Campbell weekly national CBS television show.
1969
  • Mike Curb Congregation became regular on Glen Campbell's CBS National television show
  • Curb co-composed and produced title song for motion picture entitled "Bunny O'Hare", starring Bette Davis and Ernest Borgnine
  • Curb executive-produced album featuring Mae West with the Mike Curb Congregation
  • "Big In Vegas" by Buck Owens becomes a top Top 5 Billboard Record and becomes the first Curb published BMI Award
  • Curb/Sidewalk released soundtrack album Psych-Out, starring Jack Nicholson, in association with Dick Clark Productions, featuring Strawberry Alarm Clock and The Seeds
  • Soundtrack Devils Eight produced and co-composed by Curb, starring Christopher George and Fabian
  • Curb released album entitled Pre-Flight by The Byrds which hit Billboard top 100 pop album chart
  • Curb co-produced soundtrack to Killers Three , featuring Merle Haggard, Bonnie Owens, Dick Curless and Kay Adams
  • Curb supervised music for Carlo Ponti/Michelangelo Antonioni for MGM picture "Zabriskie Point" featuring Grateful Dead and Pink Floyd
  • Curb and Roy Orbison composed the song "So Young" which Roy Orbison performed and which Curb produced and the record became a Billboard chart single for MGM Records
  • Curb and Roy Orbison composed the title song "So Young" for the film "Zabriskie Point" which Roy Orbison performed and which Curb produced -- released as a single by MGM Records
  • Curb composed music for Warner Bros. film "The Big Bounce" starring Leigh Taylor Young/Ryan O'Neal (Curb wrote or co-wrote 13 songs for the film)
  • Supervised music for the MGM film titled "Tick, Tick, Tick" starring George Kennedy - performed by Tompall and the Glaser Brothers - "California Girl" was the only Billboard top 100 pop chart by Tompall and the Glaser Brothers and "All That Keeps You Going" hit the Billboard top 100 singles chart
  • Curb merged his company with MGM and became President of MGM Records and Vice-President of the MGM parent company in charge of music publishing, records, and music for MGM films
  • Curb releases "Venus" by Shocking Blue through distribution agreement with Colossus, which goes to #1 on the Billboard chart
1970
  • Two Mike Curb Congregation albums hit the Billboard pop album chart (Come Together and Sweet Gingerbread Man)
  • Curb composed theme from Clint Eastwood's "Kelly's Heroes" movie
    Title song "Burning Bridges" from the movie became major hit for Mike Curb Congregation Composed by Mike Curb/Lalo Schiffrin ( (top 40 Billboard Hot 100 chart - top 20 Billboard AC chart (*1 record of the year in South Africa)
  • Curb signed Eric Burden and War and released their #1 record on Cashbox chart "Spill The Wine" - Curb signed Bobby Bloom and "Montego Bay" became a top 10 record on Billboard Hot 100 singles chart
  • Curb co-produced and co-wrote Hank Williams, Jr.'s first #1 hit - "All For The Love Of Sunshine" - duet with Mike Curb Congregation - started Curb's relationship with country music in Nashville
  • Curb signs Larry Norman and releases his recording, "I Wish We'd All Been Ready"

  • Signed the Five Man Electrical Band - top 3 record on Billboard Hot 100 singles chart - "Signs" Hank Williams, Jr. with Mike Curb Congregation - top 5 on Billboard country singles chart with "Raining In My Heart"

  • Hank Williams, Jr. with Mike Curb Congregation - top 5 on Billboard country singles chart with "Raining In My Heart"

  • Curb receives BMI award for "Big In Vegas" (Buck Owens)

 

1971
  • Curb signed The Osmond Brothers - first #1 hit - "One Bad Apple" - 5 weeks @ #1 on Billboard Hot 100 chart
  • Osmonds LP hits top 15 of Billboard pop chart (certified gold)
  • Donny Osmond - The Donny Osmond Album (certified gold) - "Go Away Little Girl" - Billboard #1
  • Curb signs Second Chapter Of Acts and releases their first single, "Jesus Is"
  • Curb co-wrote the theme for motion picture "Ryan's Daughter" with Maurice Jarre and Mack David
    "It Was A Good Time" became Billboard top 25 AC chart hit for Eydie Gorme
  • Liza Minelli recorded "It Was A Good Time" - song became a major part of her live performance
    Liza Minelli featured the song on her Emmy award-winning album Liza With A Z and released the song as a single on Columbia Records
  • Curb co-wrote the song "Chilly Winds" for the movie "Pretty Maids All In A Row" - recorded by the Osmond Brothers
  • Curb signed country artist Billy Walker who went on to have 15 Billboard chart records - "Gone" duet w/Mike Curb Congregation - top 25 on the Billboard country singles chart
  • The Five Man Electrical Band album Goodbyes and Butterflies hit the Billboard album chart
  • Top 10 Billboard country chart single by Tompall and the Glaser Brothers - "Rings"
  • Curb signed Lou Rawls - "Natural Man" hit Billboard Pop/R&B/AC charts - vocal background -Mike Curb Congregation - won Grammy for R&B Single of the Year
  • Curb received BMI Pop songwriter award for "Burning Bridges"
    The album Burning Bridges hit the Billboard top 100 album chart
  • Curb received BMI Country songwriter award for "All For The Love Of Sunshine"
1972
  • Curb supervised music and composed theme song for Frank Sinatra's motion picture "Dirty Dingus McGee"
  • Curb produced "Candy Man" which went #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart as a duet with Sammy Davis, Jr. and the Mike Curb Congregation
  • Curb produced two chart LPs with Sammy Davis, Jr. - "Now" which went to #11 and "Portrait of Sammy" which also hit the Billboard chart
  • Curb, in conjunction with Al Bell (President of Stax Records), created a new venture between MGM and Stax and selected Isaac Hayes to do the music for Shaft, which won the Academy Award for Best Song.
  • Curb co-wrote and produced the theme from the MGM film "No Blade of Grass" and produced the single which was released by Roger Whitaker
  • Kool Herc turned The Incredible Bongo Bands Apache into an early hip-hop hit.
  • Mike Curb Congregation had a top 20 Billboard AC single "See You In September" and two albums entitled Softly Whispering I Love You and The Congregation Songs from the Glen Campbell Television Show
  • Curb co-produced Donny Osmond's biggest selling album Portrait Of Donny (#6 on the Billboard pop chart) that included the smash hit "Puppy Love" (produced by Mike Curb/Don Costa) (certified gold) "Puppy Love" reached #1 on the British charts
  • Curb co-produced Donny Osmond's second biggest selling album Too Young (#11 on the Billboard pop chart), My Best To You (certified gold), To You With Love (certified gold)
  • The Osmonds - Homemade (certified gold), Phase III (certified gold), The Osmonds Live (certified gold)
  • Curb signed Mel Tillis in Nashville - 20 chart records - #1 Billboard country chart single - "I Ain't Never"
  • Hank Williams, Jr. and Mike Curb Congregation top 10 Billboard country chart single - "Ain't That A Shame"
  • Curb produced top 10 Billboard AC single "Wedding Song" - Petula Clark w/Mike Curb Congregation
  • Curb produced Petula Clark's album - "Now"
  • Steve & Eydie - top 10 single Billboard AC chart - "We Can Make It Together" (produced by Curb)
  • Curb produced three Donny Osmond top 15 Billboard pop records "Too Young" (13), "Why" (13), "Lonely Boy" (13)
  • Curb signed New Seekers - Billboard top 10 with "Pin Ball Wizard" - four Billboard chart singles in U.S.
  • Curb co-wrote and produced a single by Roy Orbison which was the title song from the MGM picture "Zig Zag"
  • Curb signed Solomon Burke who went on to have several chart singles
  • Curb receives BMI awards for "Here Comes Honey Again" (Sonny James) and "Down By The Lazy River" (The Osmonds)
  • [ 1972 Overall Billboard Producer of the Year - Mike Curb ]
  • [ Co-Master of Ceremonies (with Dr. Billy Graham), Presidential Inaugural festivities]
1973
  • Curb signed 13-year old Marie Osmond - Paper Roses went to #1 on Billboard country chart - #5 on Billboard's pop chart - album went #50 on the Billboard pop album chart - The record was produced by Sonny James for Curb Productions. Curb Publishing published all of Sonny James' original songs during his career.
  • Curb produced "Daisy A Day" by Jud Strunk - backed by Mike Curb Congregation - top 15 on Billboard Hot 100 chart - album hit Billboard pop album chart
  • Curb signed Tony Bennett who hit Billboard top LP chart w/album titled "Good Things In Life" Produced single with Tony Bennett and the Mike Curb Congregation - "Living Together Growing Together"
  • Curb signed Kenny Rogers and charted his first country solo single "Today I Started Loving Her Again"
  • Curb produced Sammy Davis, Jr. "Legend In My Time" - top 30 Billboard AC
  • Curb composed title theme for MGM motion picture "The Last Run" with Mack David and Jerry Goldsmith - recorded by Steve Lawrence
  • Curb signed The Sylvers who went on to have several chart singles
  • Curb signed Eddy Arnold and produced 4 Billboard chart singles (all 4 singles charted the same year - 1973) 2 top 30 Billboard country chart records with the Mike Curb Congregation doing background vocals - "So Many Ways" and "Uh Oh I'm Falling In Love"
  • #1 on British charts with duet by Jimmy Osmond and Mike Curb Congregation "Long Haired Lover From Liverpool"(#1 record of the entire year on the British charts) (top 40 on Billboard pop singles chart in U.S.) Produced LP which hit the Billboard pop charts entitled "Killer Joe"
  • Curb produced Donny Osmond's top 10 Billboard single "Twelfth Of Never" - #1 international hit
  • Donny Osmond - "Young Love" - #1 international hit
  • Co-produced two top 30 Billboard albums - Donny Osmond - My Best To You and Alone Together Too Young (certified gold)
  • The Osmonds - Crazy Horses (certified gold)
  • Curb produced "It's A Small World" by Mike Curb Congregation - top 10 Billboard AC chart
  • Mike Curb Congregation became the official Disney group and recorded an album of all the Disney hits for Disney Records
  • Mike Curb Congregation recorded an album with Steve and Eydie - The World of Steve and Eydie (4 songs co-written by Curb on the album)
  • [Mike Curb Congregation appears at The White House State Dinner at the invitation of President Nixon and King Hussein of Jordan.]
1974
  • Curb produced Donny and Marie Osmond - "I'm Leaving It All Up To You" - #1 on Billboard AC chart - top 5 on Billboard Hot 100 chart
  • Curb produced "Love Me For A Reason" by Osmond Brothers - top 10 Billboard pop singles chart U.S. - #1 in U.K. Curb produced Love Me For A Reason that was top 50 on the Billboard album chart
  • Mike Curb Productions (with Sonny James Productions) - "In My Little Corner Of The World" by Marie Osmond - hit the Billboard pop album chart, Billboard country album chart and Billboard country and pop singles chart
  • Produced Donny Osmond's top 10 Billboard single - "Are You Lonesome Tonight" and the Donny Osmond LP A Time For Us
  • Donny & Marie - "I'm Leavin' It All Up To You" - Billboard #1; "Morning Side Of The Mountain" - Billboard #1
  • Curb signed Jim Stafford - 8 Billboard chart records including "Spiders and Snakes" (produced by Phil Gernhard, who brought the record to Curb) - #3 on Billboard singles chart Jim Stafford album also hit the Billboard charts - including "My Girl Bill" (#12 on Billboard pop singles chart and "The Wildwood Weed" - #7 on Billboard pop singles chart)
  • Curb signed Gloria Gaynor - #1 Billboard record with "Never Can Say Goodbye" (one of the first major disco hits)
  • Curb-published song "Swearin' To God" by Frankie Valli becomes one of the first major disco hits
  • Curb and Pat Boone sign DeGarmo & Key
  • Curb signed Neil Sedaka - "Standing On The Inside" - top 10 pop single in U.K.
  • Curb signed Johnny Bristol - top 10 Billboard pop record "Hang On In There Baby"
  • Curb composed "If I Could Only Go Back Again" for Andy Williams to sing in motion picture Where The Red Fern Grows
  • Curb produced Andy Williams' album The Way We Were for Columbia
  • Curb produced Sammy Davis, Jr. and Mike Curb Congregation "Singing In The Rain" - top 20 Billboard AC record
  • Sammy Davis, Jr. "That's Entertainment" Billboard chart single
  • [Curb formed Warner/Curb Records]
1975
  • Curb co-wrote and produced the song for the motion picture "Moonshine Wars" with Roy Orbison "It Takes All Kinds Of People" was recorded by Roy Orbison and The Mike Curb Congregation
  • Mike Curb Productions (Sonny James Productions) - Marie Osmond single and album entitled "Who's Sorry Now" - top 40 - Billboard pop singles chart and top 30 on Billboard country singles chart
  • Curb produced #1 Billboard AC chart record by Donny and Marie Osmond "Morning Side Of The Mountain" - top 10 Billboard Hot 100 singles chart
  • Curb produced Donny and Marie Billboard album chart LP - Make The World Go Away
    I'm Leaving It All Up To You (certified gold)
  • Curb produced "The Proud One" by Osmond Brothers - #1 Billboard AC chart
  • Curb produced the Billboard chart album The Proud One
  • Curb produced top 10 Billboard AC chart single "Volare" by Al Martino - record also goes top 40 on Billboard Hot 100 singles chart
  • Curb signed Four Seasons
    First single - "Who Loves You" - #3 Billboard Hot 100 singles chart
    Album Who Loves You hit Billboard pop album chart
    Second single - "(December 1963) Oh What A Night" - #1 in Billboard for 3 weeks and ultimately became the first record to spend more than one year on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart (54 weeks)
  • Curb produced Billboard pop chart album entitled Donny by Donny Osmond and the single "I Have A Dream"
  • Curb produced and composed the English lyrics to the Billboard chart recording "Butterfly" by Eddy Arnold
  • Curb co-produced an album by Eddy Arnold, I Wish That I Had Loved You Better, with the Mike Curb Congregation singing background vocals
    Single "I Wish That I Had Loved You Better" - top 20 Billboard country chart
  • Curb produced Sammy Davis, Jr. "Chico And The Man" and "Song And Dance Man" with Mike Curb Congregation - top 30 Billboard AC chart
  • Curb signed T.G. Sheppard - first two singles went to #1 in Billboard - "Devil In The Bottle" and "Tryin To Beat The Morning Home"
  • Curb co-produced "Padre" by Judy Lynn - Billboard country chart
  • Co-produced soundtrack to "The Pom Pom Girls" for Twentieth Century Fox
  • Curb produced Shirley and Pat Boone's only chart record - "I'd Do It With You" - Billboard country singles chart
  • Curb's copyright "Swearin' To God" by Frankie Valli won BMI award
  • [Co-Chairman of the Reagan Presidential Campaign in California]
  • [Religious Heritage of America - Business and Professional Leader of the Year]
1976
  • Curb signed Bellamy Brothers (produced by Phil Gernhard)
    "Let Your Love Flow" went to #1 Billboard Hot 100 singles chart - #2 Billboard AC chart
    Let Your Love Flow album hit Billboard pop album chart
  • T.G. Sheppard - 2 more top 10 Billboard country singles titled "Motels and Memories" and "Show Me A Man"
  • Curb signed Larry Groce - top 10 Billboard chart single "Junk Food Junkie"
  • Curb produced duet with Al Martino and The Mike Curb Congregation - "Sing My Love Song" - top 25 Billboard AC chart
  • Curb produced Donny Osmond (Disco Train LP) - Billboard pop album chart
  • Curb produced Donny Osmond's "C'mon Marianne" - top 40 Billboard Hot 100 singles chart
  • Four Seasons - #1 in U.K. with "Silver Star"
  • "(December 1963) Oh What A Night" - #1 U.K. and #1 U.S. Billboard Hot 100 charts
  • Curb produced "Deep Purple" by Donny and Marie Osmond - top 15 Billboard Hot 100 singles chart - top 10 Billboard AC chart
  • Curb produced Donny and Marie TV show LP - Billboard album chart
    Donny & Marie Featuring Songs From Their TV Show (certified gold)
  • Curb produced top 10 Billboard AC single - The Osmond Brothers "I Can't Live A Dream"
  • Curb also produced Osmonds' album I Can't Live A Dream - Billboard album chart
  • Bobbie Gentry signed with Curb Records and released her first single - "Steal Away"
  • Sammy Johns -"Peas In A Pod" - #11 Billboard AC chart single
  • Curb receives BMI award for "Little Bit South Of Saskatoon" (Sonny James)
  • [Co-Chairman, California's President Ford Campaign]
  • [Curb elected National Committeeman representing the State of California]
1977
  • Mike Curb Congregation recorded album for Warner Bros.
  • Curb released Shaun Cassidy album - #3 on Billboard pop album chart (certified platinum)
    "Da Doo Ron Ron" - single went #1 on Billboard Hot 100 chart
    Shaun Cassidy "That's Rock and Roll" - #3 Billboard Hot 100 chart
    Shaun Cassidy - Born Late (certified platinum)
  • Curb signed Debby Boone - "You Light Up My Life" - #1 Billboard Hot 100 singles chart - 10 weeks - #1 record for the entire decade of the 70s - won Grammy Award and Academy Award
  • Debby Boone's album - You Light Up My Life - #6 on Billboard pop album chart - co-produced by Curb (certified platinum)
  • Curb's copyright "You Light Up My Life" received ASCAP award
  • T.G. Sheppard - first Curb/Warner single - "Mister D.J." - top 20 Billboard country chart single
  • Hank Williams, Jr. - "Mobile Boogy" Curb/Warner first Billboard country chart single
  • Hank Williams, Jr. - 3 Billboard country chart singles
  • Jim Stafford - Billboard pop chart single - "Turn Loose Of My Leg"
  • Curb produced Donny and Marie - "Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing" - top 25 Billboard pop record - top 20 Billboard AC
  • Curb produced Donny and Marie - New Season LP - Billboard pop album chart
  • Curb and Tony Scotti participate in the signing of the rock group Foreigner to Atlantic Records and receive a production participation for several albums.
  • Hues Corporation signed with Curb - Billboard Hot 100 - "I Caught Your Act"
  • [California Museum of Science and Industry's Museum Fellowship Award for Outstanding Achievement in Business]
  • [Curb married Linda Dunphy]

  • [Curb selected to serve on the Executive Committee of the Republican National Committee (youngest person ever selected to serve on the RNC Executive Committee)]
1978
  • Curb co-produced "Candle In The Water" by Helen Reddy for the Walt Disney motion picture Pete's Dragon
  • Curb signed Exile - #1 on Billboard Hot 100 singles chart - "Kiss You All Over"
    Exile album - #14 Billboard pop album chart
    Exile - Mixed Emotions (certified gold)
  • Donny & Marie Osmond - Goin' Coconuts (certified gold)
    New Season (certified gold)
  • Shaun Cassidy - #7 on Billboard Hot 100 singles chart - "Hey Deanie"
    Shaun Cassidy - Under Wraps (certified platinum)
  • Bellamy Brothers - top 20 on Billboard country singles chart - "Slippin Away"
  • Susie Allanson - two top 10 Billboard country chart singles
    #2 Billboard country singles chart - "We Belong Together" (#1 in Cashbox)
    #7 Billboard country singles chart - "Maybe Baby"
  • Debby Boone has 3 top 20 Billboard AC records " California ", "Baby I'm Yours", "God Knows"
  • Leif Garrett - Feel The Need (certified gold)
  • Curb supervised the Lassie soundtrack (Disney) starring Jimmy Stewart and Mickey Rooney featuring the Mike Curb Congregation and Debby Boone - ("When You're Loved" - Billboard chart single)
  • Gloria Gaynor  I Will Survive becomes the first #1 hit on Billboards Dance Chart
  • Bill LaBounty has 3 chart records - 3 Billboard AC chart records and 1 Billboard Hot 100 chart single
  • T.G. Sheppard has 3 top 10 Billboard country chart records - "When Can We Do This Again", "Day Light", "Happy Together"
  • T.G. Sheppard has first Billboard chart album - T.G.
  • Hank Williams, Jr. - 4 Billboard country chart records including "I Fought The Law"
  • Curb produced Donny and Marie Osmond - "Soul and Inspiration" - top 20 Billboard AC chart - top 40 Billboard Hot 100 chart
  • Frankie Valli - last Billboard chart album - (Grease) Is The Word
  • Curb receives ASCAP award for "You Light Up My Life" (Debby Boone)
  • [1978-1982 Curb served as Member of the State Land's Commission]
  • [Voice of Patriots - Man of the Year]
  • [Curb elected Lieutenant Governor of California]
1979
  • Curb/Electra label is started with 2 top 10 Billboard country singles by Susie Allanson - "Words", "Two Steps Back"
  • Hank Williams, Jr. - 2 top 5 Billboard country singles - "Family Tradition", "Whiskey Bent"

  • Debby Boone - 4 Billboard country chart singles - "My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own", "Break In A Brand New Heart", "See You In September", "Everybody's Somebody's Fool"
  • Bellamy Brothers #1 Billboard country chart - "If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body" - top 5 Billboard country chart - "You Ain't Just Whistlin' Dixie"
  • Curb co-produced Steve and Eydie w/Mike Curb Congregation - "Hallelujah" - top 50 Billboard AC chart
  • Maureen McGovern - 3 records on Billboard Hot 100 chart and album hit Billboard pop album chart 3 records on Billboard AC chart including "Different Worlds" which went #1 Billboard AC chart - top 20 on Billboard Hot 100 singles chart
    #5 Billboard AC chart - "Can You Read My Mind"
  • Jerry Naylor - 2 Billboard country records - "But For Love"
  • Tommy Roe - 2 Billboard country chart singles - "You'd Better Move On"
  • Maureen McGovern - "Different Worlds" - Billboard #1
  • T.G. Sheppard - #1 Billboard country chart - "Last Cheaters Waltz"
    Top 5 Billboard singles chart - "You Feel Good All Over"
  • Bellamy Brothers top 10 Billboard album - The Two And Only
  • Top 10 Billboard single Stephanie Windslow - "Say You Love Me"
  • Hank Williams, Jr. - 2 top 5 Billboard country albums - Whiskey Bent, Family Tradition
  • Lobo #1 Billboard AC chart - "Where Were You When I Was Fallin' In Love"
  • T.G. Sheppard - top 5 Billboard album chart - 3/4 Lonely
  • [Megan Carole Curb born June 12, 1979]
  • [Curb received San Fernando Valley Business and Professional Association's Free Enterprise Award]
  • [Curb appointed by the Governor to Chair California's State Economic Development Commission]
  • [Member of the Board of Regents for the University of California]
  • [Curb became acting Governor of California (Supreme Court decision - December 27, 1979)]
1980
  • Bellamy Brothers - two #1 Billboard country singles - "Sugar Daddy" and "Dancin' Cowboys"
  • Debby Boone - #1 Billboard country singles chart - "Are You On The Road To Loving Me Again"
    Top 20 Billboard country album chart - Love Has No Reason
  • Pat Boone - last single on Billboard chart - "Colorado Country Morning" - 65th Billboard chart single
  • Phil Everly - Billboard country singles chart - "Dare To Dream Again"
  • Four Seasons - last single hits top 100 Billboard singles chart - "Spend The Night In Love"
  • Don Gibson - "Sweet Sensuous Sensations" - Billboard country chart singles
  • Bobby Goldsboro - top 20 Billboard country - top 20 Billboard AC chart - "Goodbye Marie"
  • Maureen McGovern - "We Can Have It All" - top 20 Billboard AC chart
  • T.G. Sheppard - 3 #1 Billboard country singles - "Do You Want To Go To Heaven", "I Feel Like Loving You Again", and I'll Be Comin' Back For More" - top 20 Billboard country album Smooth Sailin'
  • Frankie Valli - top #5 Billboard AC single - "Where Did We Go Wrong"
  • Hank Williams, Jr. - 3 top 10 Billboard country records - "Women I Never Had", "Kaw-Liga", "Old Habits"
    Top 5 Billboard country album - Habits Old And New
  • Stephanie Windslow - top 20 Billboard country single and album - "Crying"
  • Bellamy Brothers - top 10 Billboard country album - You Can Get Crazy
  • [Dale Earnhardt won first Nascar Winston Cup championship in Curb-sponsored Chevrolet]
  • [Curb appointed National Vice-Chairman of Reagan Presidential Campaign]
  • [Republican National Convention Program Chairman]
  • [Member of the Board of Trustees for The California State University]
1981
  • Don Gibson - "Love Fires" - last Billboard chart record - 82nd
  • Bellamy Brothers - "Do You Love As Good As You Look" - #1 Billboard country singles chart
    Sons Of The Son - top 20 Billboard country album chart
  • Debby Boone - 2 Billboard country chart singles - "Perfect Fool", "It'll Be Him"
    1 Billboard country chart album - Savin' It Up
  • Burrito Brothers - 2 top 20 Billboard country singles - "Does She Wish She Was Single Again", "She Belongs To Everyone But Me"
  • Phil Everly - Billboard country chart/Billboard AC chart - "Sweet Southern Love"
  • Bobby Goldsboro - 2 top 20 Billboard country singles - "Alice Doesn't Love Here Anymore", "Love Ain't Never Hurt Nobody"
  • Lobo - top 20 AC Billboard single - "Holding On For Dear Love"
  • T.G. Sheppard - 3 #1 Billboard country singles - "I Loved Them Everyone" (top 40 Billboard pop chart), "Party Time" and "Only One You"
    Top 10 Billboard country album I Love 'Em All
  • Hank Williams, Jr. - 3 #1 Billboard country singles - "Texas Woman", "Dixie On My Mind", "All My Rowdy Friends Have Settled Down"
    Top 5 Billboard country album - Rowdy
    Top 5 Billboard country album - Pressure's On
  • Jim Stafford - "Cow Patti" - Billboard country singles chart

  • [Courtney McLeod Curb born October 21, 1981 while Curb was acting Governor of California]
  • [Curb receives California Republican Assembly Governor's Award]
  • [Military Order Of The World Wars - Patriot Citizen Of The Year]
  • [President Gerald R. Ford and Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin announce the establishment of the Mike Curb Nachlah in Galilee]
  • [International Association of Lions Clubs - Medal of Distinction]
1982
  • Bellamy Brothers - 2 #1 Billboard country chart singles - "For All The Wrong Reasons" and "Redneck Girl"
    Top 20 Billboard country album - When We Were Boys
    Top 10 Billboard country album - Bellamy Brothers Greatest Hits (certified Gold)
  • Burrito Brothers - 4 Billboard chart records including "I'm Drinkin' Canada Dry"
  • Bobby Goldsboro - 2 Billboard chart singles including "Lucy And The Stranger"
  • Marie Osmond - 2 Billboard country chart singles - "Back To Believing Again"
  • Osmond Brothers - Billboard top country single - "I Think About Your Loving"
    Billboard country chart album - Osmond Brothers
  • T.G. Sheppard - 2 #1 Billboard country singles - "Finally", "War Is Hell"
    Top 5 album - Finally
  • Curb signs The Whites - 2 top 10 Billboard country chart singles - "You Put The Blue In Me" and "Hanging Around"
  • Hank Williams, Jr. - 3 top 10 Billboard country chart singles - "All My Rowdy Friends Are Comin' Over Tonight", "A Country Boy Can Survive", "Honky Tonkin" (#1)
    High Note - top 5 Billboard country chart album
  • [President of the California State Senate - President's Gavel Award for Service as President]
  • [Curb elected Chairman of the National Conference of Lieutenant Governors]
  • [Curb elected as a Lifetime Member of Phi Kappa Phi by Cal Polytechnic University commencement]
1983
  • Bellamy Brothers - 2 #1 Billboard country record - "When I'm Away From You" and "I Love Her Mind"
    Top 20 Billboard country album - Strong Weakness
  • Curb Records signs Judds - top 20 Billboard country chart single - "Had A Dream"
  • Osmond Brothers - 2 Billboard country chart records including "Never Ending Song Of Love"
  • Real Life - "Send Me An Angel" - top 30 single on Billboard pop singles chart
  • Neil Sedaka - top 20 record on Billboard AC chart - "Your Precious Love" (with Dara Sedaka)
  • T.G. Sheppard & Karen Brooks - #1 Billboard country singles chart "Faking Love"
    T.G. Sheppard Greatest Hits - top 5 Billboard country album chart
  • The Whites - 2 top 10 Billboard country singles - "Hanging Around", "I Wonder Whose Holding My Baby Tonight"
  • Hank Williams, Jr. - 4 top 10 Billboard country singles - "If Heaven Ain't A Lot Like Dixie", "Gonna Go Huntin' Tonight", "Leave Them Boys Alone", "Queen Of My Heart"
    Top 10 Billboard country album - Strong Stuff
  • Curb receives BMI award for "Baby I Lied" (Deborah Allen)
  • [California College of Optometry - Doctor of Law]
  • [Curb appointed Chairman Republican National Finance Committee ( Washington , D.C. ) by President Ronald Reagan]
1984
  • Bellamy Brothers - 2 top 10 Billboard country singles - "Forget About Me", "World's Greatest Lover"
    Top 25 Billboard country album - Restless
  • Burrito Brothers - 2 Billboard country records including "My Kind Of Lady"
  • Craig Dillingham - "Have You Loved Your Woman Today" - Billboard country chart single
  • Released soundtrack to Universal film "Gotcha", featuring Hubert Kah
    Hubert Kah - top 10 Billboard dance chart single - "Machine Gun"
  • Anne Murray recorded and released Curb's composition of "Gotcha"
  • The Judds - 2 #1 Billboard country singles - "Mama He's Crazy" and "Why Not Me" (CMA Record of the Year)
    #1 Billboard country chart album - Why Not Me
    The Judds win CMA Horizon Award and ACM Vocal Duet Award
    "Mama He's Crazy" wins Grammy for Best Country Performance by Duo or Group
  • Marie Osmond - Billboard chart record - "Whose Countin'"
  • Osmond Brothers - top 40 Billboard country single - "If Every Man Had A Woman Like You"
  • Real Life - top 40 Billboard pop singles chart - "Catch Me I'm Fallin'"
    Billboard pop chart album - Heartland
  • Sawyer Brown - 1st Billboard top 20 single - "Leona"
  • Neil Sedaka - top 40 Billboard AC chart - "Rhythm Of The Rain"
  • Clint Eastwood and T.G. Sheppard - top 20 Billboard country single - "Make My Day" from motion picture Sudden Impact starring Clint Eastwood
    Also hit on Billboard pop singles chart
  • T.G. Sheppard - "Slow Burn" - #1 Billboard country singles chart, "Somewhere Down The Line" - R&R #1
    Slow Burn - #20 Billboard country album chart
  • The Whites - 2 top 10 Billboard country singles - "Give Me Back That Old Familiar Feeling", "Pins and Needles"
  • Hank Williams, Jr. - 2 top 5 Billboard country singles - "Man Of Steel", "Attitude Adjustment"
    Attitude Adjustment - first #1 Billboard country album - "Major Moves" - #1 for 7 weeks
  • Curb receives BMI awards for: "I Hurt For You" (Deborah Allen); "I'm Only In It For The Love" (Deborah Allen); "I've Been Wrong Before" (Deborah Allen); and "Let's Stop Talkin' About It" (Janie Fricke)
  • [Top 10 SCCA Indy Pro (Ted Prappas) (winner at Laguna Seca)]
  • [Richard Petty won Daytona in Curb-owned car with President Ronald Reagan in attendance (became the first Nascar driver to win 200 Winston Cup victories) - also finished top 10 in Winston Cup 1984 standings in Curb-owned car]
  • [Grant High School - Hall of Fame]
  • [California State Polytechnic Institute - Phi Kappa Phi]
1985
  • Bellamy Brothers - #1 Billboard country single "I Need More Of You" 2
    #2 Billboard country singles - "Old Hippie", "Lie To You For Your Love"
    Top 10 Billboard country album - Howard and David
  • Billy Burnette - 2 Billboard country chart singles
  • Exile - Billboard country chart single - "Stay With Me"
  • Jermaine Jackson and Pia Zadora - from the picture Voyage of the Rock Aliens - Billboard pop chart and R&B chart ("When The Rain Begins To Fall" - platinum in Europe )
  • The Judds - 3 #1 Billboard country chart singles - "Girls Night Out", "Love Is Alive" and "Have Mercy"
    #1 Billboard country album - Rockin' With The Rhythm
    The Judds win CMA Vocal Group of the Year and ACM Top Vocal Duet
    "Why Not Me" wins Grammy for Best Country Performance by Duo or Group
    Why Not Me (certified gold)
  • Marie Osmond - #1 Billboard country single - "There's Just No Stoppin' Your Heart"
  • Dan Seals and Marie Osmond - #1 Billboard country single - "Meet Me In Montana "
  • Marie Osmond - top 20 Billboard country album - There's Just No Stoppin' Your Heart
  • Osmond Brothers - 2 Billboard country chart singles
  • Curb releases "Once Bitten" soundtrack starring Jim Carey and Lauren Hutton, Samuel Goldwyn picture (7 Curb records in soundtrack album)
  • Sawyer Brown - 2 top Billboard country singles - "Step That Step" (first #1 Billboard country single), "Used To Blue" (#3 Billboard country single)
    #2 Billboard country album - Sawyer Brown
    Sawyer Brown wins CMA Horizon Award
  • T.G. Sheppard - 2 top 10 Billboard country singles - "One Owner Heart", "You're Going Out Of My Mind"
    Top 30 Billboard country album - One Owner Heart
  • Gene Watson - top 10 Billboard country single - "Got No Reason Now For Going Home"
  • The Whites - 3 Billboard chart singles - 1 Billboard country chart album - Whole New World
  • Hank Williams, Jr. - #1 Billboard country single - "I'm For Love"
    #1 Billboard country album - "Five O" - 10 weeks, Greatest Hits Volume 2 - Billboard #1
    "Pure Hank" - top 20 Billboard country single
  • [Curb appointed to Board of Directors of Hawaii 's largest corporation - Castle & Cooke (Dole Food Company)]
  • [Curb-owned Indy car finished top 10 in Indianapolis 500 (Ed Pimm) also top 10 in USAC Gold Crown Indy Car championship]
  • [Top 10 IMSA GTU Championship (Chris Cord/Jim Adams) - 8 victories, including Daytona]
  • [Curb-owned car finished top 10 in Cart Indy Car National Championship (Tom Sneva) ]
  • [Three Curb cars qualified for Indianapolis 500 - Sneva, Pimm and Bettenhausen]
1986
  • Bellamy Brothers and Forrester Sisters - #1 Billboard country single - "Too Much Is Not Enough" - "Feelin' That Feelin'" - R&R #1
  • Bellamy Brothers Greatest Hits Volume II - #1 Billboard album chart (certified Gold)
  • Marie Osmond and Paul Davis - #1 Billboard country single - "You're Still New To Me"
  • Tish Hinojosa and Craig Dillinghand - Billboard country chart single - "I'll Pull You Through"
  • The Judds - 3 #1 Billboard country singles - "Grandpa", "Rockin' With The Rhythm" and "Cry Myself To Sleep"
    "Grandpa" wins Grammy for Best Country Song and Best Country Performance by Duo or Group
    The Judds win CMA Vocal Group of the Year and ACM Top Vocal Duet
    The Judds - Rockin' With The Rhythm, #1 Top Country Album Of The Year (certified platinum)
    The Judds - Why Not Me (certified platinum)
  • The Kendalls - 3 Billboard country chart singles - chart album
  • Lyle Lovett - 1st top 10 Billboard country single - "Cowboy Man"
    1st top 15 Billboard country album - Lyle Lovett
  • Ronnie McDowell - top 10 Billboard country single - "All Tied Up"
    Top 40 Billboard country album - All Tied Up
  • Marie Osmond - "There's Just No Stoppin' Your Heart" - #1 Billboard country chart
    Marie Osmond - top 5 Billboard country single - "Read My Lips"
    Top 20 Billboard country album - I Only Wanted You
  • Osmond Brothers - 4 Billboard country chart singles including "Baby When Your Heart Breaks Down"
  • Tommy Roe - 2 Billboard country chart singles - "Radio Romance" and "Some Such Foolishness"
  • Sawyer Brown - top 10 Billboard country album - Out Goin' Cattin' - 3 top 15 Billboard country chart singles
  • The Whites - 3 top 40 Billboard country chart singles
  • T.G. Sheppard - "Strong Heart" - Billboard #1
  • Hank Williams, Jr. - 3 #1 Billboard country singles - "Ain't Misbehavin'", "Mind Your Own Business" and "Country State Of Mind"
    #1 Billboard country album - Montana Cafe (4 weeks)
    "All My Rowdy Friends" wins CMA Video of the Year and ACM Video of the Year
    Hank Williams, Jr. named ACM Entertainer of the Year
  • Beat Farmers - Billboard pop chart album - Van Go
  • Mike Curb Productions (Michael Lloyd, producer) "Mad About You" - #3 Billboard pop singles chart by Belinda Carlisle
    Belinda Carlisle - top 15 Billboard chart album
  • Released soundtrack to Tri-Star motion picture - "Rad" featuring John Farnam, Real Life, Hubert Kah and the Beat Farmers
  • Curb co-wrote the song "Gotcha" recorded by Anne Murray, included on Anne Murray Billboard chart LP Something To Talk About
  • [Curb-sponsored car won CRA sprint car championship (Brad Nofsinger)]  
  • [Curb-owned car finished top 10 in Cart Indy car national championship (Tom Sneva) top 10 in Indy car points in Curb Indy car]
  • [Dale Jarrett - Top 5 NASCAR Busch championship (winner at Orange Speedway)]
  • [Curb-owned car won Pomona Winternationals (Tim Grose) (Top 10 NHRA point standings)]
  • [Ron Bouchard - Top 10 Daytona 500 and Talladega 500 in Curb-owned Winston Cup car]
  • [Top 10 IMSA GTS Championship (Dennis Aase/Rocky Moran) - 3 victories, including Watkins Glen]
  • [The Mike Curb Boy Scout Center opens in Los Angeles]
  • [American Humanics - Theodore Roosevelt Friend of Youth Award]
1987
  •  Released soundtrack to Teen Wolf II starring Jason Bateman (Atlantic Films), featuring Beat Farmers, Real Life and Desert Rose Band
  • Curb signs Moe Bandy - top 10 Billboard country single - "Too Old To Die Young", and top 10 Billboard country album You Haven't Heard The Last Of Me
  • Beat Farmers - Billboard pop chart album - Pursuit of Happiness
  • Bellamy Brothers - 2 #1 Billboard country singles - "Kids Of The Baby Boom" and "Old Hippie"
    Top 25 Billboard country album - Country Rap; "Crazy From The Heart" - R&R #1
  • Desert Rose Band - #1 Billboard country single - "One Step Forward"
    Top 25 Billboard country album - The Desert Rose Band
  • The Judds - 2 #1 Billboard country singles - "I Know Where I'm Going" and "Maybe Your Baby's Got The Blues"
    #1 Billboard country album - Heartland (certified gold)
    The Judds win CMA Vocal Group of the Year and ACM Top Vocal Duet
  • Curb signs Lyle Lovett - first top 10 Billboard country single - "Cowboy Man"
  • Marie Osmond - 2 top 25 Billboard country singles
  • Sawyer Brown - top 20 Billboard country album - Somewhere In The Night
  • The Whites - top 40 Billboard country album - Ain't No Binds
  • Hank Williams, Jr. - #1 Billboard country single and #1 Billboard country album - Born To Boogie
    #1 Billboard country album Hank Live
    "My Name Is Bocephus" wins CMA Video of the Year
    Hank Williams, Jr. wins CMA Entertainer of the Year and ACM Entertainer of the Year
  • Mike Curb Productions (Michael Lloyd) produces platinum single "I've Had The Time Of My Life" by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes for the motion picture "Dirty Dancin'"
    Single goes to #1 on Billboard Hot 100 singles chart and album chart - wins Academy Award
  • [Brad Nofsinger wins CRA Sprint Car championship for second consecutive year ]
  • [Curb honored with Doctor of Law Degree from Pepperdine University]
  • [Appointed by President Reagan as a member of the Committee for Trade Negotiations]
  • [Boy Scouts of America - Silver Beaver Award]
1988
  • Moe Bandy - top 10 Billboard country single - " Americana "
    Top 30 Billboard country album - No Regrets
  • Bellamy Brothers - 3 top 10 Billboard country singles - Billboard country chart album - Rebels Without A Clue
  • Desert Rose Band - 2 #1 Billboard country singles - "He's Back And I'm Blue" and "I Still Believe In You"
    2 #2 Billboard country singles - "One Step Forward" and "Summer Wind"
    Top 30 Billboard country album - Running
  • The Judds - 2 #1 Billboard country singles - "Turn It Loose" and "Change Of Heart" (Curb co-publisher)
    #1 Billboard country album - Judds Greatest Hits (certified gold)
    The Judds wins CMA Duo of the Year and ACM Top Vocal Duet
    The Judds - "Give A Little Love" wins Grammy for Best Country Performance by Duo or Group
  • Lyle Lovett - 3 Billboard country chart top 20 singles, including "She's No Lady, She's My Wife"
    #12 Billboard country album - Pontiac
  • Conway Twitty and Ronnie McDowell - top 10 Billboard country single - "It's Only Make Believe"
  • Ronnie McDowell - top 50 Billboard country album - I'm Still Missing You
  • Marie Osmond - top 30 Billboard country album - All In Love - 3 Billboard country chart singles
  • Sawyer Brown - top 40 Billboard country chart album - Wide Open - 3 Billboard country chart singles including "My Baby's Gone" (Stacey, I just took away the bullet before this.
  • 3 Billboard country chart singles including "My Baby's Gone"
  • Curb co-produced soundtrack Hemdale motion picture "Body Slam" starring Dirk Benedict and Tanya Roberts
  • Mike Curb Productions (Michael Lloyd) produces "She's Like The Wind" by Patrick Swayze - #3 Billboard pop singles chart
    Mike Curb Productions (Michael Lloyd) soundtrack to "Dirty Dancin'" and soundtrack entitled More Dirty Dancin' - #1 on Billboard pop album chart - 18 weeks (1987 and 1988) - 8 Mike Curb Productions tracks on Dirty Dancin ' album
  • Trinity Lane - 3 Billboard country chart singles
  • Hank Williams, Jr. - #1 Billboard country album - Wild Streak
    2 top 10 Billboard country singles including "Young Country" (Billboard #1)
    Hank Williams, Jr. wins CMA Entertainer of the Year
    Born To Boogie wins CMA Album of the Year
    "Young Country" wins ACM Video of the Year
  • Curb releases soundtrack to Orion motion picture "Mac And Me" (title song composed by Curb and Gaudio)
  • [Brad Noffsinger finishes top 10 in NASCAR Australia]
1989
  • Moe Bandy - top 50 Billboard country album - Many Mansions
    3 Billboard country chart singles
  • Bellamy Brothers - 2 top 10 Billboard country singles and Billboard top 50 gold album - Greatest Hits Vol. III
  • Jan Browne - 1 top 20 Billboard country single - "You Ain't Down Home"
  • Desert Rose Band - #1 Billboard country single - "I Still Believe In You"
  • The Judds - 2 #1 Billboard country singles - "Young Love" and "Let Me Tell You About Love"
    The Judds win CMA Duo of the Year and ACM Top Vocal Duet
    Christmas Time With The Judds (certified gold)
    The Judds - Heartland (certified platinum)
    The Judds - River Of Time (certified gold)
    The Judds - Greatest Hits (certified platinum)
  • Johnny Lee - 4 Billboard country chart singles
  • Jerry Lee Lewis and Ronnie McDowell - Billboard country single - "Never Too Old To Rock 'N Roll"
  • Lyle Lovett - top 10 Billboard country album and 3 Billboard country chart singles including "Stand By Your Man"
  • Ronnie McDowell - 4 Billboard country chart singles including " Sea of Heartbreak "
  • Tammy Wynette and Wayne Newton - Billboard country chart single - "While The Feeling's Gone"
    Wayne Newton - first Billboard country chart album Coming Home
  • Marie Osmond - Billboard country album chart - Stepping Stone
    3 Billboard country chart singles
  • "The Race Is On" is a major hit - starting the next major phase of their career
    Sawyer Brown - top 5 Billboard country album - The Boys Are Back
    Top 5 Billboard country single - "The Race Is On"
  • Hank Williams, Sr. and Hank Williams, Jr. - "Tear In My Beer" - top 10 Billboard country single - Grammy winner
    "Tear In My Beer" wins CMA Vocal Event of the Year, CMA Music Video of the Year, and ACM Video of the Year
  • Hank Williams, Jr. - #1 Billboard country album - Greatest Hits Vol. III
  • Real Life - "Send Me An Angel" - top 30 Billboard Hot 100 single (2nd time) 35 total weeks
  • Bobby Vinton - 3 Billboard country chart singles
  • Released soundtrack to Paramount motion picture "Major League", starring Tom Beringer, Corbin Bernson and Charlie Sheen, featuring single "Wild Thing" and also featuring and Lyle Lovett
  • Curb's copyright of "Change Of Heart" wins BMI Country music award
  • [Appointed to the World USO Board]
1990
  • Bellamy Brothers - top 10 Billboard country single - "I Could Be Persuaded"
    Billboard country album chart - Reality Check
  • Jann Browne - top 20 Billboard country chart single - "Tell Me Why"
    Top 50 Billboard country album - Tell Me Why
  • Released soundtrack to United Artists picture "All Dogs Go To Heaven", starring Burt Reynolds and Dom Deluise - Curb co-wrote title song recorded by Irene Cara and Freddy Jackson
  • Desert Rose Band - 2 top 10 Billboard country singles - "Story of Love"
    Top 20 Billboard country chart album - Pages Of Life
  • Jonathan Edwards - 2 Billboard country chart singles, including "Look What We Make (When We Make Love)"
  • Curb signs Merle Haggard - hits Billboard country charts for fourth decade with "When It Rains It Pours" Billboard country chart album - Blue Jungle
  • The Judds - top 5 Billboard country chart album - top 5 Billboard country chart single - "Love Can Build A Bridge"
    The Judds win CMA Duo of the Year and ACM Top Vocal Duet
  • Marie Osmond - Billboard country chart single - "Like A Hurricane"
    Stepping Stone - Billboard country chart album
  • Sawyer Brown - Greatest Hits album goes gold (Billboard country charts)
    3 top 40 Billboard country chart singles
  • Hank Williams, Jr. - top 5 Billboard country album - Lone Wolf
    2 top 10 Billboard country chart singles
  • Righteous Brothers - "Unchained Melody" - Billboard #1, Billboard Catalog Album Of The Year, top 20 Billboard pop single, platinum single and platinum album
  • [American Israeli Fellowship Society - Master Builder Award - Neve Yerushalayim College]
1991
  • Righteous Brothers - Unchained Melody - Best Of The Righteous (certified gold)
  • Bill Anderson - Billboard country chart single - "Deck Of Cards"
    Billboard country album chart - Best Of Bill Anderson
  • Desert Rose Band Greatest Hits - Billboard country album chart
    3 Billboard country chart singles
  • Judds - top 10 Billboard country single - "One Hundred and Two"
    Top 10 Billboard country album - Judds Greatest Hits Vol. II (certified gold)
    The Judds win CMA Duo of the Year
    "Love Can Build A Bridge" wins Grammy for Best Country Performance by Duo or Group
    Love Can Build A Bridge (certified gold)
  • Hal Ketchum - top 10 Billboard country chart album - Past The Point Of Rescue - top 50 on Billboard pop album chart
    #1 airplay single for year - "Small Town Saturday Night" (Radio and Records) - #2 Billboard country singles chart
  • Curb and Lee Atwater work together as co-executive producers to create an historic Memphis music album featuring recordings by B.B. King, Billy Preston, Isaac Hayes, Chuck Jackson, Sam Moore and Carla Thomas . The album was entitled Red, Hot & Blue.
  • KMC KRU - top 50 Billboard pop single "Devil Came Up To Michigan"
  • Ronnie McDowell - Billboard country chart album and Billboard country chart single - "Unchained Melody"
  • Sawyer Brown - top 20 Billboard country chart album - Buick
    2 top 3 Billboard country singles - "The Walk", "Dirt Road"
  • T.G. Sheppard - his 42nd and final Billboard country chart single - "Born On A High Wind"
  • Ray Stevens - "Working For The Japanese" - Billboard country singles chart
    #1 With A Bullet (Billboard country album chart)
  • Curb released soundtrack to Paramount motion picture "Frankie and Johnny", starring Al Pacino
  • Curb receives BMI award for "Love Can Build A Bridge" (The Judds)
  • [Elected to Academy of Country Music Board]
  • [Chairman, National Conference - Boys and Girls Clubs of America]
1992
  • Wynonna - album debuts #1 on Billboard country chart (certified 2x platinum)
    #4 Billboard pop singles chart - (certified 4x platinum)
    3 #1 Billboard country singles - "She Is His Only Need", "I Saw The Light" and "No One Else On Earth"
  • The Judds - Greatest Hits (certified 2x platinum)
    The Judds - Why Not Me (certified 2x platinum)
  • Righteous Brothers - Unchained Melody - Best Of The Righteous Brothers (certified platinum)
  • Hal Ketchum - #2 Billboard country singles chart with "Past The Point Of Rescue", #3 Billboard country singles chart "Sure Love"
    Billboard pop album chart - Sure Love
    Billboard country album chart - Sure Love
    Past The Point Of Rescue (certified gold)
  • Lyle Lovett - Billboard pop chart album - Joshua, Judges, Ruth
    Lyle Lovett - Lyle Lovett And His Large Band (certified gold)
  • Delbert McClinton - Billboard Grammy pop chart album - Never Been Rocked Enough
    Single - "Every Time I Roll The Dice" - top 10 A&R chart (Radio and Records)
  • Sawyer Brown - #1 Billboard country singles chart - "Some Girls Do"
    2 Billboard country chart and 2 Billboard pop chart albums - Dirt Road, Cafe On The Corner
    3 top 5 Billboard country chart singles - "Dirt Road", "Cafe On The Corner", "Some Girls Do"
  • Ray Stevens - Billboard country singles chart - "Power Tools"
  • Hank Williams, Jr. and Hank Williams, Sr. - Billboard country chart album - The Best of Hank And Hank
  • Hank Williams, Jr. - top 10 Billboard country album - Maverick
  • Released Paramount soundtrack All I Want For Christmas
  • Curb receives ASCAP awards for "Is There Life Out There" (Reba McEntire) and "Only The Wind" (Billy Dean)
  • Curb receives BMI awards for "Hurt Me Bad In A Real Good Way" (Patty Loveless); "Cadillac Ranch" (Chris LeDoux); and "Watch Me" (Lorrie Morgan)
  • [Mike Curb and Curb Records home office moved to Nashville]
  • [American Heart Association Curb Golf Classic]
1993
  • Boy Howdy - top 15 Billboard country single - "A Cowboy's Born With A Broken Heart"
  • Ray Stevens - #1 Billboard retail video for entire year of 1993 - "Comedy Video Classics" (#1 Billboard Video Of The Year)
  • Wynonna - Tell Me Why - #1 Billboard country album chart - top 5 Billboard pop chart album (certified platinum)
    Wynonna wins ACM Top Female Vocalist
    3 top 5 Billboard country singles - "Tell Me Why", "My Strongest Weakness", "Only Love"
    Wynonna (certified 3x platinum)
    Wynonna - "I Saw The Light" - #1 Top Country Single Of The Year
    Wynonna - Billboard Top Country Artist
  • The Judds - Christmas Time With The Judds (certified platinum)
    Love Can Build A Bridge (certified platinum)
    Wynonna & Naomi (certified gold)
  • Lyle Lovett - Joshua Judges Ruth (certified gold)
    Lyle Lovett - Pontiac (certified gold)
  • Hal Ketchum - 2 top 10 Billboard country singles - "Hearts Are Gonna Roll" (#2 Billboard country singles chart), "Mama Knows The Highway"
  • Sawyer Brown - top 15 Billboard country chart album - Outskirts Of Town
    3 top 5 Billboard country chart singles - "Trouble On The Line", "The Boys And Me"
    "Thank God For You" - #1 Billboard country chart single; "All These Years" (R&R #1)
    The Dirt Road (certified gold)
  • Hank Williams, Jr. and Hank Williams, Sr. - hit Billboard pop album chart with Hank and Hank
  • Hank Williams, Jr. - top 25 Billboard country album chart - Out Of Left Field
  • Curb copyright - "A Cowboy's Born With A Broken Heart" wins BMI and ASCAP awards
  • Curb receives ASCAP award for "Jealous Bone" (Patty Loveless)
  • Curb receives BMI awards for: "Billy The Kid" (Billy Dean); "Old Flames Have New Flames" (Mark Chestnut); "Trying To Hide A Fire In The Dark" (Billy Dean); "Wild Man" (Ricky Van Shelton); and "Woman Loves" (Steve Wariner)
  • [Curb elected to the Country Music Foundation (Hall of Fame) Board]
1994
  • Curb signs Boy Howdy featuring Jeffrey Steele - top 20 Billboard country chart album - "She Give Anything"
    2 top 5 Billboard country chart singles - "She'd Give Anything" and "They Don't Make 'Em Like That Anymore"
    "She'd Give Anything" wins ASCAP and BMI country awards - #1 CMT video chart

Hot 100 Re-enters charts - 54 week chart run - the longest running record in history of record business

  • Merle Haggard - hits Billboard country album chart - Merle Haggard 1994
  • Wynonna - 3 top 10 Billboard country chart singles - "Is It Over Yet", "Rock Bottom", "Girls With Guitars"
  • Hal Ketchum - Billboard country chart album - Every Little Word
    3 top 25 Billboard country chart singles
  • Lyle Lovett - top 30 Billboard pop album - I Love Everybody
  • Tim McGraw - #1 Billboard country singles chart "Not A Moment Too Soon"
    #1 Billboard country album chart - Not A Moment Too Soon (29 weeks) (certified 3x platinum) (#1 Billboard Top Country Album Of The Year)
    #1 Billboard pop album chart - Not A Moment Too Soon (2 weeks)
    "Indian Outlaw " - top 10 Billboard country chart single "Indian Outlaw" - top 20 Billboard pop chart single
    "Down On The Farm" - #2 Billboard country chart single
    "Don't Take The Girl" - #1 on Billboard country singles chart - top 20 Billboard pop chart single
    Not A Moment Too Soon wins ACM Album of the Year award
  • Sawyer Brown - top 5 Billboard country chart single - "Hard To Say"
    Outskirts Of Town (certified gold)
  • Ray Stevens - #1 Billboard video chart with the video album entitled Ray Stevens Live
  • Curb receives ASCAP award for "I'd Give Anything" (Gerald Levert)
  • Curb receives BMI awards for: "Addicted To A Dollar" (Doug Stone); "I'd Give Anything" (Gerald Levert); "Love A L:ittle Stronger" (Diamond Rio); "Somebody Else's Moon" (Colin Raye); and "You And Only You" (John Berry)
  • [Curb appointed to Vanderbilt Children's Hospital Board of Directors]
1995
  • Boy Howdy - Billboard country chart album - Born That Way
    3 Billboard country chart singles
  • Junior Brown - Billboard country chart album - Junior High
    Billboard country chart single - "Highway Patrol"
  • Jeff Carson - top 25 Billboard country chart album - #1 single Billboard country singles chart - "Not On Your Love"
  • Fun Factory - 40 consecutive weeks on Billboard Hot 100 singles chart with two singles - "Close To You" and " I Wanna B With U"
  • The Judds Number One Hits - top 40 Billboard country chart
  • Wynonna - Wynonna (certified 4x platinum)
  • Hal Ketchum - top 10 Billboard country chart single - "Stay Forever"
  • Tim McGraw - 2 #1 Billboard country chart singles - "Not A Moment Too Soon", "I Like It I Love It" - #25 Billboard pop chart single
    All I Want debuts #1 Billboard country album chart - top 5 Billboard pop album chart (certified 2x platinum)
    "I Like It I Love It" - #1 Billboard single of the entire year; "Can't Be Really Gone" - R&R #1
    Not A Moment Too Soon (certified 4x platinum)
  • Perfect Stranger - top 5 Billboard country chart single - "You Have The Right To Remain Silent"
    Top 10 Billboard country chart album
    #1 Billboard Heatseekers album chart
  • Sawyer Brown - 2 top 5 Billboard country chart singles - "This Time" and "I Don't Believe In Goodbye"

  • Top 5 Billboard country chart album - Sawyer Brown's Greatest Hits 1990-1995 (certified gold)
    CMT #1 Vocal Group of the Year
  • Hank Williams, Jr. - top 15 Billboard country chart album - "Hog Wild"
  • Whiteheart - #1 single on CCM chart - "Even The Hardest Heart"
  • Michael English - "Your Love Amazes Me" - cross-over hit - top 5 R&R AC chart and top 10 Billboard AC Chart
  • Jonathan Pierce - #1 single on CCM chart - "One Love"
  • Released soundtrack to Disney film "Gordy", featuring "Pig Power" by Tag Team
  • Curb copyright "Your Love Amazes Me" wins BMI Country Music Award
  • Curb copyright "They Don't Make 'Em Like That Anymore" (Boy Howdy) wins ASCAP and BMI Country Music Awards
  • Curb copyright "I'd Give Anything" recorded by Gerald Lavert wins ASCAP and BMI Pop Music Awards
  • Curb co-copyright "Wink" wins BMI Song of the Year Award
  • "Ray Stevens Live" - #1 Billboard Video Chart
  • Curb receives ASCAP awards for "She'd Give Anything" (Boy Howdy) and "They Don't Make 'Em Like That Anymore" (Boy Howdy)
  • Curb receives BMI awards for: "Hangin' In" (Tanya Tucker); "More Love" (Doug Stone); "She'd Give Anything" (Boy Howdy); "They Don't Make 'Em Like That Anymore" (Boy Howdy); "Walking Away A Winner" (Kathy Mattea); "Wink" (Neal McCoy); and "Your Love Amazes Me" (John Berry - Michael English)
  • [Courtney Curb becomes State of Tennessee Equestrian Reserve Champion]
  • [November 3, 1995 - Belmont University's Mike Curb Music Business Program is dedicated]
1996
  • Junior Brown - "My Wife Thinks You're Dead" - Billboard country chart single; #1 Gavin album chart; CMA Video of the Year - Billboard country album chart - Semi-Crazy
    "My Wife Thinks You're Dead" - #1 TNN video chart
  • Jeff Carson - "The Car" - top 5 Billboard country single
    "Holding On To Something" - top 10 Billboard country single
    "The Car" - ACM Video of the year
  • Michael English - "Your Love Amazes Me" - top 10 Billboard AC chart (#5 R&R AC chart)
  • Wynonna - "To Be Loved By You" - #1 Billboard country chart single
    Revelations - Top 10 Billboard pop album
    Revelations - #2 Billboard country album chart (certified platinum)
  • Jonathan Pierce - "Healing Hands" - #1 single on CCM chart
  • Whiteheart - "Inside" - #1 single on CCM chart
  • David Kersh - "Goodnight Sweetheart" - Billboard Top 10 country chart single - Top 5 R&R - #1 most consecutive weeks for entire year; song used in Southwest Airlines commercial
  • Hal Ketchum - The Hits - Billboard country album chart
  • Lyle Lovett - Road To Ensenada - debuts top 5 Billboard country album chart - top 30 Billboard pop album chart - nominated for Grammy Country Album of the Year
    "Don't Touch My Hat" and "Private Conversation" - 2 Billboard chart singles
  • Tim McGraw - four top 5 Billboard country chart singles - "Can't Be Really Gone", "All I Want Is A Life", "She Never Lets It Go To Her Heart" (#1 Billboard country chart single); "Maybe We Should Just Sleep On It"
  • Jo Dee Messina - Jo Dee Messina - top 25 Billboard country chart album
    "Heads Carolina Tails California" - #2 Billboard country chart single - #1 Gavin chart - #1 CMT video chart
    "You're Not In Kansas Anymore" - Top 10 Billboard country chart single
  • Sawyer Brown - "Treat Her Right" - top 3 Billboard country chart single - #1 on R&R singles chart
    This Thing Called Wantin' And Havin' It All - Top 10 Billboard country album
  • Curb copyright "Better Things To Do" wins BMI Award
  • Curb copyright "Thinkin' About You" wins BMI Award
  • Smokin' Armadillos - Smokin' Armadillos - top 40 Billboard country chart album
  • Tony Toliver - "Bettin' Forever On You" - Billboard country singles chart
  • Burnin' Daylight - ("Love Worth Fightin' For" - 18 bulleted weeks on Billboard country chart
  • Hank Williams, Jr. - top 40 Billboard country album - Wham Bam Sam
  • Three Generations of Hank - Hank Williams, Sr., Hank Williams, Jr. and Hank Williams, III (introduction of Hank Williams, III) - top 30 Billboard country chart album
  • Curb receives BMI awards for: "Better Things To Do" (Terri Clark); "Don't Stop" (Wade Hayes); "I Didn't Know My Own Strength" (Lorrie Morgan); "Love Is Stronger Than Pride" (Ricochet); "That Ain't My Truck" (Rhett Akins); "Thinkin' About You" (Trisha Yearwood); and "This Is Me" (Randy Travis)
  • Curb signs and releases first recordings by LeAnn Rimes
    • #1 debut Billboard Country Album chart - "Blue"

    • highest debut by female country artist in history of Billboard and SoundScan charts - 28 weeks at #1
    • #3 Billboard Pop Album Chart
    • Billboard #1 Top Single Sales Artist Of The Year
    • "Blue"
      • #1 Country Single Of The Year - Billboard and SoundScan
      • Top 10 Billboard Country Singles Chart
      • #26 on Billboard pop Singles chart
      • #1 Top Country Single Sales Record Of The Year
      • #1 Billboard Video Of The Year
      • AMA New Country Artist Of The Year
      • "One Way Ticket" - #1 on Billboard Singles Chart
  • Curb Records - #1 Billboard label of year in all 3 singles categories - airplay, sales, and distribution
  • [Curb appointed by Governor Don Sundquist to the Tennessee Economic Growth Board]
  • [Elected to CMA Board]
1997
  • Curb copyright "Friends" - #1 R&R
  • LeAnn Rimes Blue (certified 5x platinum)
    LeAnn Rimes Unchained Melody album debuts #1 in Billboard - debuts #1 in Billboard Pop 200 chart (first time a country female has ever had a #1 album on the Billboard Pop chart) (certified platinum) - this gives LeAnn the #1 and #2 chart albums
    LeAnn Rimes receives Grammy awards for Best New Artist and Best Female Country Vocal Performance
    LeAnn Rimes wins ACM Award for Best Female Vocalist
    LeAnn Rimes is the #1 country artist on Billboard (CMA issue) for the year of 1997
    Blue by LeAnn Rimes is the #1 album on Billboard (CMA issue) for the year of 1997 - "Blue" single (certified gold)
    The Early Years (certified 2x platinum)
  • Curb Records and LeAnn Rimes win ACM Award for Single Record of the Year
  • Lyle Lovett's Road to Ensenada receives Grammy for Best Country Album
  • Wynonna - Wynonna (certified 5x platinum)
  • David Kersh's "Another You" - #1 on Gavin Go Chart
  • Sawyer Brown album Six Days On The Road debuts top 10 in Billboard
    Sawyer Brown wins ACM Award for Best Country Vocal Group
  • Tim McGraw (with Faith Hill) - #1 on Billboard country chart with "It's Your Love" and remains #1 for 6 weeks
    "It's Your Love" was also the highest debuting country record ever on the Billboard Pop Top 100 chart, debuting at #36 - #1 single on Billboard (CMA issue) for the year of 1997 (certified platinum)
  • Everywhere debuts at #1 on Billboard album chart and remains #1 for 11 weeks (certified 2x platinum) (CMA Album Of The Year)
    Not A Moment Too Soon (certified 5x platinum)
  • "How Do I Live" by LeAnn Rimes (produced by Wilbur Rimes, Chuck Howard, and Mike Curb) - hits #2 on Billboard Hot 100 chart (all-time Billboard record for country/pop cross-over record) - #1 on R&R for five consecutive weeks - #1 on Billboard AC chart for ten consecutive weeks - #1 on Billboard country sales chart for 1997
    "How Do I Live" became Billboard's (SoundScan) all-time biggest Top Pop cross-over from country #1 Country sales record for 1997 (certified platinum)
  • Curb Records is #1 record label according to Sounds can (Billboard) for the first six months of 1997
  • September 26, 1997 Billboard - LeAnn Rimes becomes the first artist in history to debut an album (You Light Up My Life) at #1 on the Pop Album chart, #1 on the Country Album chart, and #1 on the Contemporary Christian Album chart (certified 3x platinum)
  • October - Tim McGraw's single "Everywhere" goes #1 on the R&R and Billboard singles charts
  • Curb receives ASCAP award for "Healing Hands" (Jonathan Pierce)
  • Curb receives BMI awards for "Holding Onto Something" (Jeff Carson); "It's What I Do" (Billy Dean); "Long As I Live" (John Michael Montgomery); "Meant To Be" (Sammy Kershaw); "She Never Lets It Go To Her Heart" (Tim McGraw); "That Girl's Been Spying On Me" (Billy Dean); "The Car" (Jeff Carson); "When Boy Meets Girl" (Terri Clark); and "Who Needs You Baby" (Clay Walker)
  • October - SoundScan confirms Curb Records is the #1 country album label for the first three quarters of 1997 and the #1 single label for the first three quarters 1997
  • December - RIAA names LeAnn Rimes the #1 selling act in the industry
  • December 27, 1997 Billboard - LeAnn Rimes is the #1 pop artist, #1 top 200 album artist, #1 country singles sales artist, #1 country artist, #1 country female artist, has #1 country singles sales for "How Do I Live," and has the #1 country album
  • December 27, 1997 Billboard - Tim McGraw - "It's Your Love" - #1 Hot Country Singles & Tracks single of the year, #1 R&R single of the year, #1 six weeks Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks. Everywhere - #1 Billboard Country album chart for 11 weeks
  • December 27, 1997 Billboard - Curb Records wins 4 major awards: #1 Top Country Album Imprint, #1 Top Country Album Label, #1 Top Country Singles Sales Imprint, and #1 Top Country Singles Sales Label
  • [February 23, 1997 - Harpeth Hall High School's Curb Family Music Center is dedicated]
  • [Curb makes the first major contribution for the relocation of The Country Music Hall of Fame]
  • [Megan Carole Curb and Courtney Curb receive special academic honors]
  • [May 26, 1997 - Megan Carole Curb graduates from Harpeth Hall High School]

  • [June 1997 - Megan Carole Curb accepted to Vanderbilt University]
1998
  • Wynonna "When Love Starts Talkin'" - #1 on the CMT Video chart - The Other Side album (certified gold)
  • Lyle Lovett - The Road To Ensenada (certified gold); "Step Inside This House" (certified gold) (#1 Gavin)
  • Tim McGraw's "Just To See You Smile" - 6 weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart - #1 R&R chart
    Everywhere (certified 3x platinum); "Where The Green Grass Grows" - Billboard #1
  • LeAnn Rimes' "You Light Up My Life" reaches 33rd consecutive week at #1 on the Billboard Contemporary Christian chart
  • LeAnn Rimes' "How Do I Live" - 32 weeks at #1 on the Billboard Country Singles Sales chart, making it the longest running #1 record on any Billboard chart in the history of Billboard (certified 3x platinum)
    "How Do I Live" - Billboard Hot 100 (32 weeks in top 10) which broke the record of 1943 "Paper Doll" by The Mills Brothers (30 weeks)
    "How Do I Live" becomes the longest running record in the history of the Billboard chart (69 weeks)
    "How Do I Live" - Billboard AC chart - #1 (11 weeks) - top 10 (36 weeks) - only country single ever to reach #1 on Billboard dance chart - longest #1 record on any chart in the history of Billboard
    You Light Up My Life - longest running #1 album on Billboard contemporary Christian chart (31 weeks - breaking record previously set by Amy Grant) - only album in history to debut #1 on Billboard pop top 200 chart, country album chart, and contemporary Christian chart (certified 4x platinum)
    Sittin' On Top Of The World (certified platinum)
  • Ray Stevens - All-Time Greatest Comic Hits album (certified gold)
  • Bellamy Brothers - Greatest Hits, Volume 1 (certified platinum)
  • Junior Brown - "Long Walk Back" (#1 Gavin)
  • Jonathan Pierce - "I Believe In Christ" - R&R #1, CCM #1
  • Jo Dee Messina - "Bye Bye" #1 R&R (2 weeks) - #1 Billboard country singles chart (2 weeks)
    "I'm Alright" #1 R&R, #1 Billboard (3 weeks)
    I'm Alright (certified gold)
  • David Kersh - "If I Never Stop Loving You" #1 Gavin - #1 CMT video
  • Tim McGraw (with Faith Hill) - "It's Your Love" wins ACM video of the year; ACM song of the year, ACM single of the year, ACM vocal event of the year
    Everywhere - CMA Album of the Year - "One Of These Days" (R&R #1)
  • Curb receives BMI awards for "Friends" (John Michael Montgomery); "Girl's Gotta Do (What A Girl's Gotta Do)" (Mindy McCready); and "Sittin' On Go" (Bryan White)
  • Curb receives SESAC award for "Commitment" (LeAnn Rimes)
  • Curb Records wins 4 major Billboard awards
    • #1 Top Country Imprint Of The Year (albums and singles combined)

 

    • #1 Top Contemporary Christian Imprint Of The Year (albums and singles combined)

 

    • #1 Top Country Singles Sales Label and Imprint Of The Year

 

    • #1 Top Singles and Tracks Record Of The Year - "Just To See You Smile" by Tim McGraw

      • #2 Top Singles and Tracks Record Of The Year - "Bye Bye" by
        Jo Dee Messina

 

      • #4 Top Singles and Tracks Record Of The Year - "I'm Alright" by
        Jo Dee Messina

 

      • #5 Top Singles and Tracks Record Of The Year - "There's Your Trouble" by the Dixie Chicks (published by Curb/Magnatone)

 

  • [June 9, 1998 - Curb honored as Father of the Year by The Father's Day Council of Los Angeles]
  • [Curb Classroom and Library at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital]
  • [Music Row Marketing Achievement Award - "How Do I Live"]
  • [Billboard Award for co-producing longest running record of the century - "How Do I Live"]
  • [Country Label of the Year - American Songwriter Magazine]
1999
  • LeAnn Rimes - "Written In The Stars" duet with Elton John - #1 R&R, #1 AC on Curb/Rocket label
    Blue (certified 6x platinum)
    LeAnn Rimes (certified gold); "Big Deal" - Billboard #1
  • Sawyer Brown - "Drive Me Wild" top 5 R&R, #1 CMT Video chart
  • Jo Dee Messina - "Stand Beside Me" #1 Billboard, #1 R&R - first female to ever have 3 consecutive multi-week #1's
    ACM Best New Female Artist
    I'm Alright (certified platinum)
  • Tim McGraw - "For A Little While" #1 Billboard Singles Sales chart, #1 Gavin
    "Please Remember Me" #1 Billboard, #1 R&R, #1 Gavin
    " A Place In The Sun" debuted #1 on the Billboard Pop and Country charts"Something Like That" - Billboard #1
    ACM Male Artist of the Year
    Billboard #1 Hot Singles and Tracks Artist and Top Male Artist
  • Curb Records receives R&R Industry Achievement Award - 1999 Country Label Of The Year - Gold
  • Curb Records - Billboard #1 Top Country Single Sales Label And Imprint Of The Year; #2 overall Country Label and Imprint Of The Year
  • Tim McGraw's Everywhere wins CMA Album of the Year
    Tim McGraw wins CMA Male Vocalist of the Year
    A Place In The Sun (certified 2x platinum)
  • Jo Dee Messina wins CMA Horizon award
  • Hank Williams III - "Rising Outlaw" - Gavin #1
  • Lyle Lovett - "Live In Texas" - Gavin #1
  • Curb receives BMI awards for "It Must Be Love" (Ty Herndon) and "There's Your Trouble" (Dixie Chicks)
  • Curb receives SESAC awards for "Commitment" (LeAnn Rimes) and "For A Little While" (Tim McGraw)
  • [April 1, 1999 - "Curb Records - The Celebration" airs on The Nashville Network (TNN)]
  • [May 31, 1999 - Courtney Curb graduates cum laude from Harpeth Hall High School]

  • [May 1999 - Courtney Curb accepted to Vanderbilt University]

  • [May 1999 - Megan Carole Curb makes Dean's List at Vanderbilt University]

  • [Brad Noffsinger - winner of final USAC Silver Crown race of the century at Memphis Raceway in Curb/Agajanian car]
  • [November 3, 1999 - Curb Records receives The Greater Nashville 100 Leadership award and is honored as one of the top 10 private companies in Nashville]
  • [WB Radio Music Awards Country Label Of The Year]
  • [The Mike Curb Family Children's Theatre at the Nashville Public Library]
  • [Curb Records and March of Dimes A.I.R. Awards]
2000
  • Tim McGraw - "My Best Friend" #1 BB and R&R
    Everywhere (certified 4x platinum)
    A Place In The Sun (certified 3x platinum)
    Greatest Hits (certified platinum) Billboard #1
  • Jo Dee Messina - I'm Alright #1 BB Country Catalog Chart (certified 2x platinum)
    "Because You Love Me" - #1 CMT
  • LeAnn Rimes - "Big Deal" - #1 for 11 weeks on the Billboard Country Single Sales Chart
    LeAnn Rimes (certified platinum)
    LeAnn Rimes - "I Need You" - #1 Billboard Country Single Sales Chart, #1 CMT
  • Jo Dee Messina - "That's The Way" - #1 BB, R&R, Gavin and CMT
    Jo Dee Messina - Burn - #1 Billboard Country Album Chart, #1 Billboard Internet Chart (certified gold)
  • Selah receives Dove Award for Inspirational Album of the Year
  • Sawyer Brown - "800 Pound Jesus" - #1 Power Source Christian Chart
    "800 Pound Jesus" - CCMA Song of the Year and Video of the Year
  • Jeff Carson - CCMA Mainstream Artist of the Year
    "Scars And All" - #1 Christian Country Music Association Chart
  • Coyote Ugly Soundtrack - #1 Billboard Country Album Chart, #1 Billboard Internet Chart (certified platinum)
  • Tim McGraw wins CMA Male Vocalist of the Year
    Billboard #1 Hot Singles and Tracks Artist and Top Male Artist
    Faith Hill & Tim McGraw - "Let's Make Love" - #1 CMT, #1 Power Source Mainstream Chart
  • LeAnn Rimes - "Can't Fight The Moonlight"/"But I Do Love You" - #1 Billboard Country Singles Sales Chart, #1 British Box Chart, #1 Official UK Singles Chart, #1 Official Irish Singles Chart, #1 Official Netherlands Singles Chart
  • Curb Records - Billboard #2 overall Country Label and Imprint Of The Year, #2 Country Singles and Tracks Label and Imprint Of The Year, #2 Single Sales Imprint Of The Year
  • Curb receives ASCAP award for "A Night To Remember" (Joe Diffie)
  • Curb receives SESAC award for "For A Little While" (Tim McGraw)
  • [Brad Noffsinger - Top 5 USAC Silver Crown Championship]
  • [Curb Conservatory dedicated at the Country Music Hall of Fame]
  • [Belmont University - Honorary Doctor of Humanities Degree]
  • [2000-01 - Vanderbilt Children's Hospital - Chairman, Board of Directors]
2001
  • Tim McGraw - Greatest Hits - #1 Billboard Country Album Chart
    "My Next Thirty Years" - #1 BB Country Music Chart (5 weeks), #1 R&R Country Music Chart (5 weeks)
  • LeAnn Rimes - Can't Fight The Moonlight"/"But I Do Love You" - #1 Billboard Country Single Sales Chart, #1 British Box Chart, #1 Official UK Singles Chart, #1 Official Irish Singles Chart - #1 Official Swedish Singles Chart, Billboard #1, Top Country Singles Sales Record Of The Year
  • LeAnn Rimes - Billboard #1 Top Country Singles Sales Artist Of The Year
  • Coyote Ugly soundtrack - #1 Australia (certified platinum)
    I Need You (certified gold)
  • Selah - Press On - #1 Christian Country Music Association Chart, #1 SoundScan Inspirational Chart
  • Tim McGraw - "Grown Men Don't Cry" - #1 Billboard and R&R, "Angry All The Time" - #1 Billboard Country Chart, Set This Circus Down - #1 Billboard Country Album Chart (certified platinum)
    Greatest Hits - Billboard #1 Top Country Album Of The Year (certified 2x platinum)
    Tim McGraw - Billboard Top Country Artist overall, Top Country Male Artist, Top Country Album Artist
  • Jim Witter - "Wings Of A Dove" - #1 Christian Country Music Association Chart
  • 4 Him (Word/Curb) - "Psalm 112" - R&R #1
  • Point of Grace (Word/Curb) - "Praise Forevermore" - R&R #1
  • Jeff Carson - "Real Life" - #1 Christian Country Music Association Chart
  • Lee Greenwood - "God Bless The USA" - #1 Christian Country Music Association Chart (3 weeks), #1 Country SoundScan Chart (10 weeks)
  • Curb receives ASCAP awards for "Kiss This" (Aaron Tippin) and "I Need You" (LeAnn Rimes)
  • Curb receives BMI awards for "Good Day To Run" (Darryl Worley); "That's The Kind Of Mood I'm In" (Patty Loveless) and "One More Day" (Diamond Rio)
  • Curb Records
    • Billboard #1 Top Country Album Label and Imprint Of The Year
    • Billboard #1 Top Country Singles Sales Imprint Of The Year
  • [Curb Records - Billboard Country Label Of The Year]
  • [Curb Records - R&R Gold Label Of The Year]
  • [Billy Boat - Top 5 Indy Racing League Championship, Top 10 Indianapolis 500 - Pole Winner/Track Record at Nashville]
  • [Junior Achievement - National Business Hall of Fame]
  • [Curb Event Center - Belmont University (groundbreaking)]
2002
  • Lee Greenwood - "God Bless The USA " - #1 SoundScan Inspirational Chart
  • Steve Holy - Blue Moon - #1 Billboard Heat Seekers Chart
  • Steve Holy - "Good Morning Beautiful" - #1 Billboard, #1 R&R, #1 Gavin, #1 Christian Country Music Association
  • Natalie Grant - Dove nomination for Female Vocalist of the Year
  • Selah - 5 Dove nominations
    • Song of the Year - "Press On"
    • Group of the Year
    • Inspirational Recorded Song - "Wonderful, Merciful Saviour"
    • Traditional Gospel Recorded Song - "Hold On"
    • Inspirational Album - Press On
  • Selah receives Dove Award for Traditional Gospel Recorded Song - " Hold On"
  • Keith Perry - "Mama Was Right" - #1 Christian Country Music Association Chart
  • Jo Dee Messina - "Bring On The Rain" - #1 Billboard, #1 CMT, #1 Christian Country Music Association
    Burn (certified platinum)
  • Point of Grace (Word/Curb) - "You Will Never Walk Alone" - R&R #1; "Yes, I Believe" - R&R #1
  • Mark Schultz (Word/Curb) - "Back In his Arms Again" - R&R #1
  • Souljahz (Squint/Curb) - "All Around The World" - R&R #1
  • Sixpence None The Richer (Squint/Curb)- "Breathe Your Name" - R&R #1
  • 4 Him (Word/Curb) - "Surrender" - R&R #1; "Who You Are" - R&R #1
  • Nicole C. Mullen (Word/Curb) - "Come Unto Me" - R&R #1
  • Tim McGraw - "The Cowboy In Me" - #1 Billboard, #1 R&R (certified double platinum)
    Set This Circus Down (certified 2x platinum)
    Greatest Hits (certified 3x platinum); "Unbroken" - Billboard #1
  • Hank Williams III -"Lovesick, Broke & Driftin'" - #1 Americana
  • Hank Williams, Jr. - Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 - #1 Billboard Top Country Catalog Albums
  • Curb Records sets Billboard record with 6 of the top 5 records the same week

- "Good Morning Beautiful" by Steve Holy- #1
- "Bring On The Rain" by Jo Dee Messina - #3
- "Cowboy In Me" by Tim McGraw - #5 on Billboard Hot Country Singles and Tracks chart
- "Can't Fight the Moonlight" by LeAnn Rimes - #1
- "Osama Yo Mama" by Ray Stevens - #2
- "God Bless The USA" by Lee Greenwood - #4 on Billboard Top Country Singles Sales Chart

  • Gladys Knight & The Pips - Greatest Hits (certified gold)
  • Dean Martin - All Time Greatest Hits (certified gold)
  • Curb receives BMI awards for "One More Day" (Diamond Rio) and "Bring On The Rain" (Jo Dee Messina)
  • Curb receives SESAC awards for "Rivertown" (Walt Wilkins); "Three Days" (Pat Green); "Carry On" (Pat Green); and "Til Nothing Comes Between Us" (John Michael Montgomery)
  • [Mike Curb Center for Free Enterprise established (Junior Achievement)]
  • [Mike Curb elected to Belmont University's Board of Directors]
  • [Mike Curb elected to Fisk University's Board of Directors]
  • [Mike Curb elected to St. Thomas Health Services Board of Directors (5 hospitals, including St. Thomas and Baptist Hospitals)]
  • [The Mike Curb Family Foundation buys RCA Studio B from The Country Music Foundation and leases it back to them for $1.00 per year]
  • [March 9, 2002 - Megan Carole Curb marries Brian Cox]
  • [Mike Curb honored with Doctor of Humanities Degree from Belmont University]
  • [Curb becomes partner in Word Records and Chairman of the Board]
  • [Mike Curb honored as Kiwanis Outstanding Nashvillian Of The Year]
2003
  • Tim McGraw - "She's My Kind Of Rain" - #1 R&R
  • Randy Travis - "Three Wooden Crosses" - #1 Billboard, CMA Song Of The Year
  • Jo Dee Messina - Greatest Hits - #1 Billboard
  • Point of Grace (Word/Curb) - "Day By Day" (written by Plumb) - #1 Billboard Hot Christian AC Singles Chart
  • MercyMe (Ino/Curb) - "I Can Only Imagine", Top 5 Billboard and R&R A/C Charts, #1 Billboard, 10 weeks at #1 on the Billboard Pop Sales Chart
    Almost There - #1 Billboard Christian Album Chart (certified platinum)
    "Word Of God Speak" - #1 BDS Hot Christian Singles Chart
  • Jeff Carson - "I Can Only Imagine" - #1 Power Source Christian Chart
  • Wynonna - What The World Needs Now Is Love - #1 Billboard Country Album Chart
  • Amy Grant - Simple Things (Word/Curb) - #1 Billboard Top Christian Album Chart
  • Tim McGraw - "Real Good Man" - #1 R&R, #1 Billboard, #1 Music Row Chart; "Tim McGraw And The Dancehall Doctors" - Billboard #1
  • Natalie Grant - "I Desire" - #1 Christian Radio Weekly
  • Jamie Slocum - "I Cannot Turn Away"- #1 R&R Inspirational Top 20 Singles
    #1 Christian Radio Weekly
  • 38th Parallel (Squint/Curb) "Hear Me Cry" - R&R #1
  • Mark Schultz (Word/Curb) - "You Are A Child Of Mine" - R&R #1
  • Mark Tinney - "Take Me Flying" - #1 Power Source Christian Chart
  • Curb receives BMI award for "Three Wooden Crosses" (Randy Travis)
  • Curb receives SESAC award for "I Cannot Turn Away" (Jamie Slocum)
  • [Curb Center for Art, Enterprise and Public Policy at Vanderbilt University]
  • [May 9, 2003 - Courtney Curb graduates from Vanderbilt University]
  • [Mike Curb inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame]
  • [Curb Youth Symphony and Curb Family Music Education Center at the Nashville Symphony]
  • [Curb Records - R&R AC Label of the Year (Gold) and R&R Hot AC Label of the Year (Gold)]
  • [Johnny Sauter, NASCAR Busch victory at Richmond in Curb/Agajanian-owned car]
  • [The Belmont University Board of Directors announces that the Mike Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business becomes the first free standing college of music and entertainment in the nation as well as the largest college at Belmont University]
  • [Provident founder Jim Van Hook named as first Dean of the Mike Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business at Belmont University.]
  • [Beaman/Curb Boy Scout Conference Center in honor of Mike Curb's father Charles M. Curb]
  • [Curb/Beaman Jubilee Singers Chair]
  • [Mike and Linda Curb receive the Harmony Award from The Nashville Symphony]

 

2004
  • Rodney Atkins goes top 5 on Billboard Country Singles chart with "Honesty"
  • Blue County goes top 10 in R&R with "Good Little Girls" (co-published by Curb)
  • Jamie Slocum - By My Side" - R&R #1 (co-published by Curb)
  • Mark Schultz - "You Are A Child Of Mine" (Word/Curb) - #1 R&R Christian AC Top 30 Chart
  • Building 429 - "Glory Defined" (Word/Curb) #1 Billboard #1 R&R Christian Singles Chart
  • MercyMe (Ino/Curb) - "Here With Me" - R&R #1
  • Randy Travis - "Three Wooden Crosses" (co-written by Doug Johnson and Kim Williams) - CMA Song of the Year, ACM Song of the Year, CCMA Song of the Year, GMA Recorded Song of the Year, NSAI Song of the Year (co-published by Mike Curb Music)
  • Tim McGraw - "Watch The Wind Blow By" - #1 Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks, #1 R&R Country Top 50
  • Kimberley Locke - "8th World Wonder" - #1 Billboard Hot 100 Single Sales Chart (co-published by Curb)
  • Selah - Hiding Place - #1 SoundScan Top Christian Album Chart
    "You Raise Me Up" - #1 Billboard
  • Trini Triggs - "Heaven on Earth" - #1 Christian Country (Power Source);
  • Tim McGraw - "Live Like You Were Dying" - #1 Billboard; #1 R&R (10 weeks) All-Time Record in the History of R&R Chart; #1 Nielsen Soundscan Billboard Audience Chart (10 Weeks) Ties All Time Record, CMA Single and Song of the Year
  • Tim McGraw - Live Like Your Were Dying - Debuts #1 on Billboard Hot 100 Album Chart & Country Album Chart
  • Nelly - "Over & Over" (featuring Tim McGraw) - #1 BB, #1 R&R, #1 CHR Top 40 chart. 11 Weeks #1 Billboard Mainstream Top 40
  • Tim McGraw - "Live Like You Were Dying" - #1 Billboard Country Record of the Year
  • Tim McGraw - "Back When" - #1 Billboard, #1 R&R, #1 Canada
  • Jeff Carson & Lisa Brokop - "God Save The World" - #1 Power Source Christian Country
  • Curb receives BMI award for "I Wanna Do It All" (Terri Clark)
  • LeAnn Rimes - "Nothin' 'Bout Love Makes Sense" - R&R #1, #1 Canada
  • Selah - "You Raise Me Up" #1 R&R
  • Nielsen SoundScan Country label of the year
  • [Curb Records achieves #1 Market share position for all genres of music according to Nielsen SoundScan (7.14% - August 29, 2004)]
  • [Mike and Linda Curb are presented the Jubilee Award from Fisk University]
  • [Mike & Linda Curb - invited guests to private funeral and burial of former President Ronald Reagan at the Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California]
  • [August 21, 2004 - Courtney Curb marries Taylor Childress]
  • [Elected to Board of RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America)]
2005
  • Selah - "All My Praise" #1 R&R (#1 Power Source Christian Chart); "Rose Of Bethlehem" - Billboard #1
  • MercyMe - "Homesick" #1 R&R (#1 Power Source Christian Chart)
  • Tim McGraw - "Drugs Or Jesus" (#1 Power Source Christian Chart)
  • Jo Dee Messina - "Delicious Surprise" Certified Gold, "My Give A Damn's Busted" Billboard #1 Single and #1 Album (Same Week)
  • Curb achieves Trifecta with 3 #1 Records at Christian Radio Weekly with "Held" by Natalie Grant, "I Can't Do This" by Plumb and "Resurrection" by Nicol Sponberg
  • MercyMe - "In The Blink Of An Eye" - #1 Billboard
  • LeAnn Rimes - "Probably Wouldn't Be This Way" Top 5 Billboard/R&R
  • Natalie Grant - "Held" - #1 Christian Radio Weekly
  • Nicol Sponberg - "Resurrection" - R&R #1
  • Mark Schultz (Word/Curb) - "I Am" - #1
  • Point of Grace (Word/Curb) - "Waiting In The Wings" - R&R #1
  • Barlow Girl (Fervant/Curb) - "Let Go" - R&R #1
  • Wynonna - "Her Story - Scenes From A Lifetime" debuts #2 on Billboards
  • Sawyer Brown - "They Don't Understand" - #1 Power Source
  • Plumb - "I Can't Do This" - #1 Christian Radio Weekly
  • Curb #3 Billboard Pop Label of the Year
  • Curb #5 Billboard Country Label of the Year
  • Word/Curb #3 Christian Label of the Year
  • Word/Curb #5 Gospel Label of the Year
  • Kimberley Locke - "Up On The Housetop" #1 - Tied for the fastest record to reach #1 on the Billboard chart
  • deSoL - "Little Drummer Boy" - Highest debut for Billboard Pop A/C Chart
  • Wynonna Judd - DVD Certified Gold
  • LeAnn Rimes - "This Woman" Certified Gold (#1 in Canada, Two Top 5 singles in the US)
  • Curb/Word Label of the Year - Selah (over 1 Million albums)
  • Curb Records - R&R Country Gold Label of the Year and R&R Overall Gold Label of the Year]
  • Curb receives ASCAP award for "Suds In The Bucket" (Sara Evans)
  • Curb receives BMI awards for "Let Them Be Little" (Billy Dean); "Good Little Girls" (Blue County); and "Suds In the Bucket" (Sara Evans)
  • [Curb family establishes Eloisa Salazar Stout Library at Kipp Academy (In honor of Mike Curb's grandmother and Megan & Courtney's great grandmother)]
  • [Curb family establishes Curb/Stout Patriots Theatre at Fort Campbell in honor of Mike Curb's grandfather Charles J. Stout and all of the soldiers and their families at Fort Campbell]
  • [Curb family establishes C.M. Curb Sanctuary at Baptist Hospital and St. Thomas' Health Services (In honor of Mike Curb's grandfather Reverend C.M. Curb)]
  • [Mike Curb Family Welcome Center established at Second Harvest Food Bank]
  • [Mike Curb Learning Center for the Junior Achievement was established in Los Angeles]
  • [Mike Curb Family Foundation purchases the Johnny Cash Awards Museum]
  • [Mike Curb Family Foundation purchases the Historic Quonset Hut Studio (First studio on Music Row)]
  • [Mike Curb Family Foundation purchases the Historic Columbia Studio A (and the Columbia/Sony Building)]
2006
  • BarlowGirl - "I Need You To Love Me" (Fervant/Curb) - #1 R&R
  • Natalie Grant - "What Are You Waiting For" - #1 Billboard; #1 R&R
  • Selah - "Bless The Broken Road - The Duets Album" - #1 Billboard; #1 R&R
  • Plumb - "I Can't Do This" - #1 R&R; "Better" - #1 R&R
  • Tim McGraw - "Greatest Hits Vol. 2" - #1 Billboard (certified platinum)
  • Hank Williams III - "Straight To Hell" - #1 R&R
  • LeAnn Rimes - "Something's Gotta Give" - R&R #1
  • Tim McGraw - "When The Stars Go Blue" - R&R #1
  • Tim McGraw - "Live Like You Were Dying" - 4x Platinum
  • Tim McGraw - "All I Want" - 3x Platinum
  • Steve Holy - "Brand New Girlfriend" - #1 Billboard; #1 R&R
  • Kimberley Locke - "Jingle Bells" - #1 Billboard; #1 R&R
  • Rodney Atkins - "If You're Going Through Hell" - #1 Billboard; #1 R&R;
     #1 Record of the Entire Year 2006 in Billboard and R&R
     First single to take the #1 spot on the Mediabase Country Chart in USA Today
  • Word/Curb - Billboard Top Christian Imprint
  • Curb Records achieves 20 #1 Records on 20 different Billboard charts
  • Curb receives BMI awards for "My Give A Damn's Busted" (Jo Dee Messina) and "Skin" (Rascal Flatts)
  • Curb receives SESAC award for "Lucky Star" (Buck Jones)
  • [Mike Curb honored as Distinguished Alumnus of California State University at Northridge ]
  • [Joey Saldana - Top 3 National World of Outlaws Championship - Winner 2006 Big One at Eldora Speedway]
  • [Mike Curb inducted into the West Coast Stock Car Hall of Fame]
  • [Mike Curb receives Lifetime Achievement Award at the 16th Annual Los Angeles Music Awards]
  • [Mike Curb Family Foundation purchases Elvis Presley's first home on Audubon Drive in Memphis, Tennessee.]
  • [The Mike Curb Music Institute is established at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee]
  • [The Curb Learning Lab for Music and Entertainment Marketing is established at Baylor University in Texas]
  • [The Mike Curb Family Education Center is established at the San Antonio Humane Society in Texas]
  • [The Mike Curb College for Arts, Media & Communication is dedicated at California State University]
  • [The Curb Family Professorship for Business and Law is established at Claremont/McKenna College along with the Curb Family Conference Room]
2007
  • Selah - "Glory" - #1 R&R, #1 BB
  • Selah - "Hiding Place" - Billboard #1, #1 Pop Catalog Albums Chart
  • Rodney Atkins - "If You're Going Through Hell" album certified platinum by the RIAA
  • Tim McGraw - Single "Last Dollar" (Fly Away) - #1 BB, #1 R&R, #1 Mediabase, #1 Canada
  • Tim McGraw - "Let It Go" album - #1 Debut Billboard Hot 100, #1 Country Chart
  • Rodney Atkins - "These Are My People" #1 BB, #1 R&R, CA/MB #1
  • Kimberley Locke - "Band Of Gold" - BB #1
  • Kimberley Locke - "Change" - #1 Dance Music Club Play (certified platinum)
  • Kimberley Locke - "Frosty The Snowman" - R&R #1
  • Big Daddy Weave - "Every Time I Breathe" (Fervant/Curb) - #1
  • Barlow Girl (Fervant/Curb) - "I Need You To Love Me" - Billboard #1
  • NeedToBreathe (Atlantic/Word/Curb) - "Signature Of Divine (Yahweh)" - Billboard #1
  • WOW Gospel #1s (Word/Curb/EMI/Verve) - Billboard #1
  • WOW Gospel Christmas - Billboard #1
  • Point Of Grace (Word/Curb/Warner) - "Winter Wonderland" - Billboard #1
  • Plumb - "In My Arms" - Billboard #1
  • Word/Curb - #1 Christian Imprint Of The Year
  • Tim McGraw - #1 Billboard Male Artist Of The Year
  • Curb receives BMI award for "Watching You" (Rodney Atkins)
  • Curb receives SESAC award for "Diamonds In The Sun" (Walt Wilkins & The Mystequeros)
  • [Joey Saldana - Runner-up World of Outlaws Championship (12 victories)]
  • [Kevin Swindell - Top 10 USAC National Midget and Sprint Car Championship - Winner at Indianapolis Raceway Park]
  • [Brady Bacon - Top 5 USAC National Sprint Car Championship]
  • [Mike Curb receives honorary degree from Rhodes College In Memphis, TN]
  • [Mike Curb selected as Nashvillian of the Year]
  • [Mike Curb receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame]
  • [Co-Chairman w/Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist - National Woodrow Wilson Awards (Dolly Parton and Jack Bovender)]
2008
  • Natalie Grant - "In Better Hands" - #1 BB
  • Rodney Atkins - "Cleaning This Gun" #1 Billboard, #1 R&R
  • Kimberley Locke - "Fall" - BB #1
  • Meredith Andrews - "You Are Not Alone" (Word/Curb) - #1
  • Point Of Grace - "How You Live" (Word/Curb) - #1
  • NeedToBreathe - "Washed By The Water" - Billboard #1, R&R #1
  • Jamie Slocum - "Dependence" - R&R #1 (10 weeks)
  • Natalie Grant - Dove Awards Female Vocalist of the Year
  • Traditional Gospel Recorded Song of the Year - "Ready For A Miracle"; Evan Almighty Soundtrack; LeAnn Rimes; Curb Records
  • Curb receives ASCAP awards for "More Than A Memory" (Garth Brooks); "You Still Own Me" (Emerson Drive); "Tough" (Craig Morgan); and "Nothin' Better To Do" (LeAnn Rimes)
  • Curb receives BMI award for "More Than A Memory" (Garth Brooks)
  • [Brad Coleman - Top 10 Watkins Glen and Las Vegas (NASCAR Nationwide)]

  • [Brad Sweet - Top 3 USAC National Midget Championship - Winner of Belleville Nationals - Top 10 USAC National Sprint Car Championship]

  • [Joey Saldana - World of Outlaws - 7 victories - Top 5 World of Outlaws Championship]

  • [Curb receives CA Film Festival Music Award (Temecula)]

  • [Curb receives the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Phoenix Music Awards]

  • [The Mike Curb College of Art, Music and Science is established at Daytona State College]

  • [The Curb Family Pediatric Rehabilitation Clinic is established at the Vanderbilt Children's Hospital]

  • [The Curb Event Center at the Curb College at Belmont University hosts the Historic Town Hall debate between Senator John McCain and President Barack Obama.]

 

2009
  • Heidi Newfield recieves 5 ACM nominations for her single "Johnny & June", a Tribute to Johnny & June Carter Cash
  • Natalie Grant wins Dove GMA Female Vocalist of the Year Award, for the Fourth consecutive year
  • Rodney Atkins "It's America" - becomes his fifth #1 record
  • Quentin Tarantino selects "Devil's Rumble" (a song written by Davie Allan and Mike Curb 45 years ago) for his #1 box office movie Inglourious Basterds
  • pureNRG (Fervant/Curb) - "The Real Thing" - BB #1
  • Francesca Battistelli (Fervant/Curb) - "Free To Be Me" - BB #1
  • Kaci Battaglia - "Crazy Possessive" - BB #1
  • Tim McGraw - "Southern Voice" - SoundScan #1
  • [Paulie Harraka - NASCAR Camping World West Series - Top 10 - All American Speedway, Phoenix, Madera, Iowa, New Hampshire, Irwindale, Miller Motorsports Park - winner at Colorado & California - Top 5 in championship standings]
  • [Johnny Sauter - NASCAR Camping World Truck Series - Top 10: Kansas, Dover, Texas, Memphis, Nashville, Chicago, Iowa, Las Vegas, Gateway, Texas, New Hampshire - winner at Las Vegas - Top 5 in championship point standings]
  • [Jason Keller - NASCAR Nationwide Series - Top 10: Daytona, Talladega, Richmond, Dover, Gateway, Iowa, Dover, Fontana - Top 10 in championship point standings]
  • [Josh Wise - Edwards/Curb/Agajanian - USAC Silver Crown - Top 5 at Springfield & New York; Top 10 at Manzanita - Top 5 in championship point standings]
  • [Brad Sweet - USAC Sprint Car and Midget Car - Winner at Manzanita - Runner Up in Midget championship point standings and top 10 in Sprint championship point standings]
  • [Craig Dollansky - World of Outlaws -3 victories - Top 10 in championship point standings]
  • [Joey Saldana - World of Outlaws - 20 Victories - Top 3 in championship point standings]
  • [Honolulu College - Curb Music & Entertainment Learning Experience Studios (MELE)]
  • [Mike Curb receives an Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts Degree from California State University]
  • [The Curb Creative Campus Program is established by the Curb Center at Vanderbilt University]

 

2010
  • "Hang On" by Plumb reaches the #1 position on the Billboard Dance Chart

  • Billboard announces that "Something Like That" by Tim McGraw is the #1 record of the first decade of the century

  • Francesca Battistelli (Fervant/Curb) wins Dove GMA Female Vocalist of the Year Award

  • "Southern Voice" single becomes Tim McGraw's 23rd #1 Billboard single

  • "Good Morning Beautiful" by Steve Holy - One of the top 10 records of the decade

  • "Love Like Crazy" by Lee Brice - Billboard Song of the Year - breaks the longevity record by remaining on the Billboard chart for 56 weeks

  • "She Won't Be Lonely Long" by Clay Walker - One of the top 10 Billboard songs of the year

  • "Love Like Crazy" by Lee Brice and "She Won't Be Lonely Long" by Clay Walker receive BMI Awards (both published by Curb Music Publishing and released on Curb Records)

  • [The St. Thomas/Baptist Hospital Systems induct Linda and Mike Curb into the Seton Society]

  • [Greg Biffle – 7 top 10 NASCAR finishes, including California, Las Vegas, Bristol, Phoenix, Richmond and Texas]

  • [Scott Lagasse – Top 10 NASCAR Nationwide at Phoenix]

  • [Owen Kelley – Top 5 NASCAR Nationwide at Road America]

  • [Nelson Piquet, Jr. – Top 10 NASCAR Nationwide at Watkins Glen]

  • [Scott Wimmer – Top 10 NASCAR Nationwide at Kentucky]

  • [Paulie Harraka – Winner at California, Top 3 NASCAR West Championship]

  • [Kevin Swindell – Runner Up at New Hampshire, Top 10 NASCAR East Championship]

  • [Johnny Sauter – Winner at Kansas, Top 3 NASCAR Camping World Truck Championship]

  • [Levi Jones – Winner at Copper on Dirt and Terre Haute, 2010 USAC Silver Crown Champion (Tony Stewart/Curb/Agajanian) ]

  • [Bryan Clauson – Winner at Eldora, 2010 USAC National Champion (Tony Stewart/Curb/Agajanian) ]

  • [Joey Saldana – 12 Victories including Thunderbowl Raceway, Tennessee (50th Victory), Runner Up 2010 World of Outlaws Sprint Car Owners Championship (Kahne/Curb/Agajanian) ]

  • [Paul McMahan – Winner at Eldora, Top 10 World of Outlaws Sprint Car Championship (Kahne/Curb/Agajanian) ]

  • [Brad Sweet – 4 Victories including Phoenix and Las Vegas, Top 10 USAC Midget Car Championship (Kahne/Curb/Agajanian) ]

  • [To commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Curb Agajanian Motorsports is proud to have qualified Mario Morales for the 2010 Indianapolis 500 with KV Racing and to have participated in the 2010 Brickyard 400 with Prism Racing and Michael McDowell]

 

2011
  • "I Love Beer" by Rio Grand #1 Texas Music Chart (Billboard Update Chart)

  • "Felt Good On My Lips" by Tim McGraw #1 Billboard Country Chart, First #1 Record of the year

  • Gwyneth Paltrow and Tim McGraw realease "Me And Tennessee" from the motion picture Country Strong

  • "Take A Back Road" (BMI Song of the Year) by Rodney Atkins #1 Billboard Country Chart; becomes Atkins' sixth #1 single

  • "Crazy Girl" by the Eli Young Band wins Billboard Song of the Year — co-published by Curb Publishing

  • [Mike Curb receives the Nashville Pride Ally Award]

  • [Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa dedicates the opening of the Valley Performing Arts Center (where Curb made the lead gift) and the Mike Curb College Broadcast Studios at California State University]

  • [Mike Curb receives the Star of the Valley Award at the Valley Performing Arts Center]

  • [Bryan Clauson — Winner of USAC Midget National Championship; Winner of Indiana Speed Week Championship; Winner of Chili Bowl Prelim; 8th in Championship Point Standings in USAC Sprint; Top 5 in the Indianapolis Freedom 100; USAC Overall National Champion]

  • [Levi Jones — National USAC Silver Crown Champion, driving for Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian team]

  • [Johnny Sauter — 2 victories and 19 top 10 finishes in Nationwide Truck Series]

  • [Joey Saldana — Wins his 60th World of Outlaws race for the Kasey Kahne/Curb Agajanian Team and wins the Volusia Dirt Nationals during Daytona Speed Week]

  • [Curb makes 500th NASCAR start at Nashville with Johnny Sauter]

  • [Curb makes 100th Sprint Cup start at Kansas with Austin Dillon]

  • [Dan Wheldon — Winner of Centennial Indianapolis 500 in Herta-Curb-Agajanian Indy car]

 

2012
  • Governor Haslam appoints Mike Curb Chairman of the Commission of Music Entertainment and Film

  • "Busted Heart (Hold On To Me)" by For King & Country - Billboard #1

  • "Emotional Traffic" by Tim McGraw - Billboard #1

  • "I Turn To You" by Selah - Billboard #1

  • "Live Like That" by Sidewalk Prophets - Billboard #1

  • "A Woman Like You" and "Hard 2 Love" by Lee Brice - Billboard #1 - certified Gold

  • Natalie Grant receives Dove Award for Female Vocalist Of The Year

  • Selah receives Dove Award for Inspirational Album Of The Year - "Hope Of The Broken World"

  • Selah receives Dove Award for Inspirational Song Of The Year - "Hope Of The Broken World"

  • "The Story" featuring Selah and Natalie Grant receives Dove Award for Special Event Album Of The Year

  • Natalie Grant receives Dove Award for Worship Song Of The Year - "Your Great Name"

  • [Shank/Curb-Agajanian wins the 50th Anniversary of the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona]

  • [Mike Curb receives Robert Mulloy Award at Belmont's Best of the Best]

  • [Schmidt/Curb-Agajanian wins Freedom 100 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway with Driver Esteban Guerrieri and the Championship with Tristan Vautier]

  • [Curb-Agajanian wins the USAC Triple Crown by winning the Championships on all 3 Divisions (Silver Crown, Midget, Sprint Car)]

  • [Curb receives President's Award at Cal State Channel Islands]

  • [UCLA establishes the Mike Curb Music and Technology Lab at the Evelyn and Mo Ostin Center in conjunction with the Herb Alpert School of Music]

  • [The Mike Curb Memphis Music Hall of Fame Gallery is established at the Rock 'N' Soul Museum in Memphis]

  • [The Grammy Museum selects Curb as Grammy Icon]

 

2013
  • Lee Brice has a Billboard #1 record with "I Drive Your Truck" (CMA Song of the Year)

  • Big Daddy Weave #1 "Redeemed"

  • "Natalie Grant debuts at #1 with "Hurricane"

  • Lee Brice - "Hard 2 Love" Certified Gold

  • [The Mike Curb Gallery is established at the Grammy Museum]

  • [Kunz/Curb-Agajanian wins the 2013 USAC National Midget Championship with Christopher Bell]

  • [Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian wins the 2013 USAC Sprint Car Championship with Bryan Clauson and the 2013 Silver Crown Championship with Bobby East]

  • [Curb-Agajanian wins the USAC Triple Crown by winning the Championships on all 3 Divisions (Silver Crown, Midget, Sprint Car)]

  • [Curb-Agajanian sets USAC record with 36 victories in 2013]

  • [Schmidt/Curb-Agajanian wins the Indy Lights Championship]

  • [Curb wins the NASCAR K&N Championship with Dylan Kwasniewski]

  • [Bobby Santos wins NASCAR Modified Races at Historic Thompson and Stafford Speedways]

  • [Johnny Sauter wins NASCAR Truck Races at Daytona Martinsville and Talladega]

  • [Michael McDowell finished Top 10 in the Daytona 500 (Sprint Cup Series) and Kevin Swindell finished Top 10 at the Indianapolis and California in the NASCAR Nationwide Series]

  • [Kasey Kahne/Mike Curb win the World of Outlaws Championship with Daryn Pittman]

  • [The Linda and Mike Curb Recording Studio is dedicated at Rocketown]

  • [Mike Curb receives the Jack C. Massey Leadership Award from Mental Health America of Middle Tennessee]

 

2014
  • Grammy Nomination Best Country Solo Performance: Lee Brice – I Drive Your Truck

  • Grammy Nomination Best Country Song: Lee Brice – I Drive Your Truck

  • Grammy Nomination Best Gospel / Contemporary Christian Music Performance: Natalie Grant – Hurricane

  • Grammy Nomination Best Contemporary Christian Music Song: Natalie Grant – Hurricane

  • Curb Records recording of Lee Brice's "I Drive Your Truck" becomes the ACM and CMA Song of the Year and is nominated for two Grammys.

  • Lee Brice reaches #1 on the Billboard chart with "I Don't Dance" which is also certified platinum.

  • Curb Records celebrates its 50th Anniversary with over 100 Billboard awards and achievements and 300 Billboard #1's.

  • [Mike Curb receives Musicians Hall of Fame Award]

 

 

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