Idol star David Cook dropped by RCA
Tue, 15 May 2012 1:24p.m.
Former American Idol winner David Cook's pop career has hit a low note - the singer/songwriter has been dumped by record label bosses at RCA.
Cook released two albums as an RCA recording artist and his label heads have opted not to resign him.
Ironically, the news comes less than a week after Cook returned to the TV talent show to perform his new song ‘The Last Song I'll Write For You’.
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1/11/2012 6:24:30 a.m.
He was one of there best idols so why would they drop him please
4/06/2012 5:58:51 a.m.
I'm thrilled to hear that this report is not accurately reported. I can't wait for his new release.
18/05/2012 9:49:44 a.m.
Sue Raymond wrote:
Please check your facts. It was a mutual split. He was not dumped. It's actually a very high note for him. He's thrilled with the decision.
18/05/2012 2:38:28 a.m.
This article is slightly inaccurate, since The Last Song I'll Write for You was an independent release, which is most likely how David Cook will release his next album. It had nothing to do with RCA as implied in this article.
18/05/2012 2:36:20 a.m.
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