The music business has had a challenging past few years.  With a struggling world-wide economy and music piracy running rampant, it is easy to see why.

But a group of motivated, business-minded creatives have partnered to form Regenerate Music Company.  With offices in Atlanta, GA and Cleveland, TN, Regenerate is committed to rethinking the standard contracts and concepts of the music industry.

Utilizing an innovative mix of music production and distribution, media development and strategy, social action and philanthropy, and bringing back a focus on artist development, Regenerate is poised to introduce a new model to the entertainment business.

“We realized that most of the artists we knew were having problems returning a profit for their art, so we decided to create a new model, that is more fiscally responsible therefore more profitable for the artists” explains Chris Garmon, President.
Regenerate knew that bringing in-house an award winning production team and state of the art recording studios would set them apart and create ease with the artists.

For the past decade, Tyler Orr and his First Street Studio in Cleveland, TN has built a solid resume and achieved being one of the most active recording studios in the southeast.  With an extensive gear list, as well as free housing for out of town bands, First Street has been the recording home of bands such as As Cities Burn, So Long Forgotten, Belle Epoche, Rookie of the Year and Cory Chisel.

Matt Goldman and Glow in the Dark Studios in Atlanta can prove their studio’s impact simply by the amount of Gold and Platinum records they have produced.  Underoath, Anberlin, The Chariot, Copeland, Becoming the Archetype and Meg and Dia are just a few of the artists who have created projects at Glow in the Dark.

To show their commitment to development, Regenerate assembled a community committed to the individual needs of each artist, Regenerate aims to be a key support in songwriting, brand development, social media, business development, web creation, graphic design and video production.

Regenerate, while being only a year old, has attracted a solid list of artists, including Hawkboy, Dinner and a Suit, Asiah Mehok, Micah Massey, Rusty Clanton and Professor Alderman’s Good Dream Academy.

“Our future is bright,” Garmon says. “We are excited to be able to join with so many others out there in pioneering a new future for the music industry, and enabling artists to bring their music to the world.”

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