429 Records

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429 Records
Parent company Concord Music Group
Founded 1950 (1950)
Defunct 2017 (2017)
Status Defunct
Genre Alternative rock, adult album alternative
Country of origin U.S.

429 Records is an American record label. It is a subsidiary label of Savoy Label Group/Nippon Columbia focusing on indie rock and adult album alternative performers. In addition to releasing new material from musicians such as Dr. John, Little Feat, Cracker, and Gin Blossoms, the label has released several compilation albums, including Endless Highway: The Music of The Band and A Song for My Father, a set of recordings of songs by sons and daughters of the original artists.[1]

The label was bought by the Concord Music Group in 2017.[2]

Roster

References

  1. ^ A Song For My Father Set For Release On 429. RedOrbit, May 11, 2009.
  2. ^ Trakin, Roy (21 September 2017). "Concord Music Continues Spending Spree; Acquires Famed Jazz Label Savoy, 429 Records". Variety. Retrieved 3 May 2018.
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