READ ALL ABOUT RAZOR & TIE IN THIS WEEKS ISSUE OF BILLBOARD MAGAZINE
The four page feature talks about the labels aggressive expansion into heavier rock and metal as well as the overall label successes.  New issue of Billboard is out now (To request a clip of the story email contact below).
ALSO CHECK OUT THE LABEL PROFILE AS FEATURED ON AOL NOISECREEP
About Razor & Tie
With over 40 million units sold, 20 plus years in business and multiple Grammy Awards, New York City-based, Razor & Tie is one of the largest privately owned independent music/entertainment companies in the United States. Founded in 1990, and co-owned since inception by entrepreneurs Cliff Chenfeld and Craig Balsam, the company is comprised of a record label (with major distribution through SONY and independent distribution through RED), a music publishing business, a media buying company, and a full service recording studio, and visual / post production house.  Razor & Tie continues to expand its diverse and acclaimed roster that includes such diverse artists as All That Remains, P.O.D., The Sword, Shadows Fall, BRAD, Such Gold, Nonpoint, Jon McLaughlin, Vanessa Carlton, Foreigner, Saves The Day, Dar Williams, Chelsea Grin, For Today, Norma Jean, Defiler, I Am War,  Hit The Lights and a separate children’s roster that includes Laurie Berkner, The Imagination Movers, Super Why! and The Wiggles.    The label also supplies physical and digital distribution to the Broadway Cast Recording label Ghostlight/Sh-K-Boom, the re-issue label Real Gone Records, and is a partner in the metal label Artery Recordings, a successful joint venture with Artery Management. In addition, R&T provides distribution and marketing services for artists such as Joan Baez, Suzanne Vega, Corey Smith and The Cowboy Junkies. The owners of the company are also the creators of the multiplatinum music series, Kidz Bop.

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