The country star's new label will be distributed by Sony RED, with a new single and album coming soon.
Sara Evans is the latest country artist to establish her own record label, with the first album due this summer, Billboard has exclusively learned.
Evans named the imprint Born to Fly Records, branding it after her 2000 single, which embraced adventurous messaging and became the second No. 1 hit of her career.
The firm's first album, which is still untitled, follows seven other studio projects Evans recorded for RCA Nashville, her label home since she signed her first recording deal. Sony RED will distribute Born to Fly, and a single will ship to radio in the coming weeks, though the promotion structure is still under discussion.