The law suit was filed in a Tennessee court and seeks to collect 15 percent commission on the bands tour revenue on dates through 2013.
They also want their share of profits from television appearances and DVDs which they contracted and negotiated.
Turner Nichols & Associates says they managed the group since the beginning of their career and say they were abruptly replaced last February. They claim they are due money because of the work they did to negotiate, finance, schedule, book, and promote, the tour venues through 2013.
The band responded through a rep who said,
"We are disappointed they have chosen to file as we had hoped to address these issues privately, however we hope that this can be resolved amicably."
Sounds like some bad blood somewhere.
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