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Major Record Labels in Nashville, TN
1.Third Man Records
623 7th Ave S1.01 mi Nashville, TN Record LabelsMusic Producers
I feel like there needed to be some balance on here, the only 2 reviews for this store are for one event, Devils Night, that had some problems. Every other event that they have put on has be great!! They bring amazing musician from all over the world to play a show in a great sounding intimate room. When the show is over you can go to the store and buy a special limited edition vinyl of the show you just heard, only available to the people that attended the show. The list of Third Man Live shows includes: Jerry Lee Lewis, Black Milk, Wanda Jackson, Drive By Truckers, Cold War Kids, The 5,6,7,8's, Jenny and Johnny, Conan O'Brien, Dead Weather, The Greenhornes.....and many more. Jack White and Third Man Records are constantly coming up with new ways to engage their fans, thru collectable records, great live events, and by shinning a light on lesser know artists with his blue series records. I have been to every event that Third Man has put on, and I am rarely disappointed. If you are the kind of person that gets upset if you have to stand in line for a little while, or it is too crowded to sit down anywhere, stay home. Plenty of other people will gladly line up to get one of the limited spots at any of these events.
48 Music Sq E1.29 mi Nashville, TN Record Labels
19 Music Sq W1.17 mi Nashville, TN Record LabelsMusic Producers
1720 W End Ave1.03 mi Nashville, TN Record Labels
5.Angello Sound Studio
3014 Dell Pkwy15.14 mi Nashville, TN Record LabelsAudio-Visual Creative ServicesRecording Service-Sound & Video
Of all of the Studio’s in the Nashville area, this one is the best. Bob Angello runs a fantastic Studio; all of the equipment is top of the line. The atmosphere is as good as it gets, this definitely helps when a person is trying to make a Great first recording. Very professional on all accounts, I would recommend this studio to anyone who wants a quality product.
20 Music Sq E1.16 mi Nashville, TN Record LabelsMusic Producers
Warner Bros. Records - Nashville is a subsidiary of the Warner Music Group Corporation, one of the world's major music organizations. The company is home to a collection of some of the best-known record labels in the music industry, including Atlantic, Bad Boy, Elektra, Lava, Maverick, Nonesuch, Reprise, Rhino, Sire, Warner Brothers and Word. Founded in 1970, Warner Music Group also includes Warner Music International, a leading company in national and international repertoire operating through 37 affiliates and numerous licensees in more than 50 countries, and Warner/Chappell Music, one of the world's leading music publishers with a catalog of more than 1 million copyrights worldwide. Warner Bros. Records - Nashville is located in Nashville, Tenn.
1400 18th Ave S1.87 mi Nashville, TN Record Labels
not trying to be rude but I think its ridiculous that an artist has to pay out the Hine end just to get heard. there are a lot of artist who r actually in the industry who doesn't deserve to be there because they r selfish, snobby, and only care about the money and fame they don't care about there fans or anything else, but the unheard/unsigned artist such as myself who actually care about the music , the industry, and the fans other than the money and fame never get a chance at their dream because they have to pay out so much money. not all of us r rich and can afford this, some of us r just ordinary people just trying to get by having to ask others for help we cant afford to pay out money like that especially for something that isn't even guaranteed, I think there should be something done that way every artist has a shot at their dream to see if they do or don't have what it takes and sure I can see charging them money after their signing and making money but charging them money just to get heard that's just a little bit selfish and greedy. there are artist out there such as myself who rly care about this industry and deserve a shot and is it fair that we cant even get a chance to be heard just cuz we don't have money? I think not. music is supposed to be fun and we r supposed to help each other but all the record companies and label groups wont help with out money and that's sad. money is controlling this world and its causing a lot of hurt and disappointment because something as simple as music that used to be free for people to get their voice heard has turned into something that says if u don't have money if u cant pay me to listen then u don't have or don't deserve a chance to be heard and to me that's bull I think something should change cuz everyone deserves a shot a what they love, everyone deserves a shot at their dream, with or without money. what is it going to hurt to take 2 minutes out of the day to listen to someone sing for free not? the answer is nothing. I just think something should done things need to change cuz all u companies r doing is making the poor feel like they don't deserve great things and making the rich feel like they can rule the world everyone is equal or did all of u forget that. thank you.
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