Signature Sounds Recordings is an independent record label specializing in singer-songwriter, Americana, and modern folk music. Jim Olsen and Mark Thayer founded the label in 1995 to promote the acoustic artists playing in the Northampton, Massachusetts music scene. The label has served as the career launching pad for several important singer-songwriters including Josh Ritter, Erin McKeown, Mary Gauthier & Lori McKenna. Presently the label's catalog includes over 70 albums distributed in the U.S. by Koch Entertainment, in Canada by True North Records and throughout the U.K. and Europe by Rounder Europe. The label's main office recently moved from its original location in Whately, Massachusetts to a more prominent site in downtown Northampton. The new offices include an intimate music venue, called The Parlor Room, in which concerts are held regularly.
Thayer previously established the Signature Sounds Recording Studio in 1982. The studio in Pomfret, Connecticut has recorded numerous folk and jazz musicians including many of the Signature Sounds recordings.
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