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Gordy Family - Businesspeople, Musicians, Recording Artists and Executives Within The Family - Berry Gordy
... A former boxer and jazz record store owner, Berry Gordy, Jr ... Wilson and other acts, decided to form a record label ... had established for him and formed Tamla Records in January of that year ...
Sylvia Rhone - Motown and Universal Motown Records
... In 2004, Rhone was appointed president of Motown Records, executive vice president of Universal Records, with chairman of Universal Music Group, Doug Morris, calling her "a rainmaker", and Universal ... Under Rhone's stewardship, Motown reinvigorated both roster and staff, re-tooling the label into one of the more savvy digital music business platforms ... Music label split into two labels, Universal Republic Records and Universal Motown Records, with Rhone serving as president of the latter ...
History - Universal Republic Records: 2006–2012
... In the summer of 2011, changes were made at the Universal Motown Republic Group umbrella, Motown Records was separated from Universal Motown Records (causing it to shut down and ...
Universal Motown Republic Group
... Universal Motown Republic Group, also abbreviated as UMRG, was an umbrella label founded in 1999 by Universal Music Group to oversee the labels assigned to its unit ... UMRG was formed in 1999 by pooling together Universal Records, Motown Records, and Republic Records, all of which are now defunct, but which gave way to the ... Universal Motown Republic Group was one of the three Universal Music Group umbrella units in North America to deal primarily with mainstream pop, rock, and urban performers the ...
List Of Universal Music Group Labels - The Island Def Jam Music Group - Motown Records
... Rowdy Records Custard Records Ecstatic Peace! Derrty Entertainment. ...

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