Keith Anderson and duo Caitlin & Will are the latest artists to leave the Sony Nashville Music label. They follow Jessica Simpson, Pat Green and Gretchen Wilson, who all split with the label this summer.

Keith's 2008 album, 'C'mon,' on the Sony BMG imprint Columbia Records, reached No. 3 on the charts and featured the No. 2 hit, 'I Still Miss You.' His follow-up singles, 'Somebody Needs a Hug' and 'She Could've Been Mine,' stalled at No. 46 and No. 56, respectively. Keith was previously signed to Arista Nashville, which released his debut single, the Top 10 hit, 'Pickin' Wildflowers.'

Caitlin Lynn and Will Snyder, the winners of CMT's 'Can You Duet' were signed to Columbia and had started work on their debut album. In March of this year, they released a six-song digital EP with their debut single 'Address in the Stars.' The single peaked at No. 42. The duo's full-length album was to be titled 'Dark Horse.'