Emerson Drive have signed with Midas Records Nashville and are working on an album with Alabama bassist Teddy Gentry. Emerson Drive previously recorded for DreamWorks Nashville, a label that was closed by its parent company, Universal Music Group, in September. Songwriter Keith Follese and music publisher Brad Allen are handling A&R for Midas, a new independent label. Gentry and veteran producer Josh Leo are co-producing Emerson Drive’s album that’s scheduled to be released during the summer of 2006. The album’s first single will be released in February.