Drake played various venues in his native Pennsylvania for several years before moving to Nashville, Tennessee, eventually having his material cut by Joe Diffie, Mark Chesnutt and The Oak Ridge Boys. By 2003, He was signed to Warner Bros. Records as a recording artist. That year, he landed his first Top 40 hit on the Billboard country music charts with “One Last Time”, a song inspired by the 2001 crash of United Airlines Flight 93. This song was included on his self-titled debut album, also issued that year; after charting three more singles, he was dropped from Warner Bros. in 2004.
In 2007, Drake signed to the independent Big Machine Records label, charting with the single “Say Yes”. An album for Big Machine was originally slated to be released in 2007; however, he has since been dropped from their roster.
Edited by CountryDiva83 on 9 Apr 2008, 01:40
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