SOURCE: Nashville Records, Inc.

January 30, 2008 10:27 ET

Nashville Records™ Updates and Distribution Deal

NASHVILLE, TN--(Marketwire - January 30, 2008) - Nashville Records™ (PINKSHEETS: NSHV) has entered a distribution deal with a company in the United States on behalf of artist Jason Perkins. The deal will take care of the digital distribution by placing his music with companies such as iTunes, Amazon, Tower Records, Rhapsody, PureTracks, Napster, and others, including cell phone providers such as Verizon V-cast, AT&T and several others. This distribution encompasses the United States & Canada and about 15 European countries, along with Australia, Japan, and several South American countries.

The Company is currently interviewing to fill a promotion position, whereby this individual's task will be dedicated solely to Jason for promotion and marketing. We have received some very good résumés of long time industry professionals and the job posting closed on January 30th. The new assistant will help with street team efforts, news, publication features & radio reviews, event planning, coordination, providing radio with specialty items, bio, photos, and all other aspects of promotion for this artist. Some radio stations around the country are claiming that "The Blind Man Saw It All" by Jason Perkins is getting requested about 12 to 18 times per day on a consistent basis. These stations are providing us with reviews of Jason. The new promotion specialist for Jason Perkins should greatly increase the awareness.

Jason and the Company intend to record one song every six to seven weeks, and throughout the year we hope to release about 3 singles. This is a practice becoming more and more commonplace throughout the industry. Personalized autographed photos of Jason are now being offered to all investors free of charge. Simply send your request to Jason Perkins, c/o Nashville Records A&R, PO Box 120607, Nashville, TN 37212.

UPDATES: When the Corporate attorney suddenly died, the Company files went to a State appointed attorney. It took months to get the files back into our hands and then on to the new attorney. There was a 504-d offering debacle but the new legal counsel is addressing it. The open warrant purchases, which were previously announced, got shelved after the death of the attorney as well. In short, however, we intend to keep our word, honor the warrants, and take corrective measures. Information on exercising of warrants will be posted to the corporate website on or before February 8, 2008.

The programmer finally completed all aspects of the websites associated to Nashville Records and Jason Perkins and is now fully functioning. The programmer was nearly one and a half months behind the original plan. The "Blind Man" site can now accept results. It is located at

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