It's been a big year for sibling trio Taylor Made. The threesome, who were named Independent Artist of the Year by Music Row Magazine, have just signed with Tenacity Records, using the established record company in conjunction with their home label, Little General Records, for radio promotions.

"We are proud to be associated with Music Row's new artist of the year and look forward to contributing to their future successes," Tenacity Records President Mike Kraski says in a press release.

"We've had a wonderful ride so far,"  Little General Records owner Greg Darby adds. "We're looking forward to taking Taylor Made's success to the next level with the help of Tenacity."

Taylor Made's previous singles include 'Good Love' and 'Things You Don't Grow Out Of,' which landed in the Top 20 on Music Row's chart. Their current single is 'That's How I Roll,' from the album 'Taylor County Line.' Based in West Virginia, they will play several shows in their home state this summer. Keep track of all of their concerts here.