Debut album on his own imprint due April 4.
Actor John Corbett has signed with startup Nashville indie label Aspirion Records for exclusive distribution of his debut country album, due April 4 on his own on his own imprint, Fun Bone Records. Navarre is the distributor for Aspirion, which recently released its first CD from flagship artist Collin Raye.
Corbett's self-titled CD was recorded in Nashville and includes songs penned by such top country writers as Tim Nichols, Rivers Rutherford, Darrell Scott, Jon Randall, Mark Selby and Hal Ketchum, as well as by Elton John collaborator Bernie Taupin.
The first single, "Good To Go," hits country radio stations Jan. 30, and Corbett is currently on a national radio tour. A video for a different song, "Whole Other Bottle of Whiskey," is currently airing on GAC.
His booking agency, Creative Artists Agency, is scheduling 2006 concert dates.
Corbett is best-known for his TV roles on "Northern Exposure" and "Sex and the City" and his starring role in the film "My Big Fat Greek Wedding."