Knowledge Identifier: &Columbia_Records
Category: Business (17)
Founded in 1988.
Countries: United States (63%), (11%), United Kingdom (7%)
Linked to: The Byrds, Columbia Graphophone Company, North American Phonograph Company, Victor Talking Machine Company
Reid Anderson - The Bad Plus have played together since 1989; and, in 2003 Columbia Records released their major label debut "These Are the Vistas"
Terence Trent D'Arby - During the 1990s, his relations with his record label Columbia Records became strained, eventually leading to his departure in 1996
Jan Johnston - In the early 1990s she was signed to Columbia Records as part of the pop duo "'JJ"', which gained some recognition while touring the UK
Mike Starr (musician) - The band was later signed to a record deal with Columbia Records and enjoyed extensive success via record sales and radio play in the grunge rock movement of the early 1990s
Black Ice (album) - "Black Ice" made history by debuting at number one on album charts of 29 countries, and is Columbia Records' biggest debut album since Nielsen SoundScan began tracking sales data for "Billboard" in March 1991
Nnenna Freelon - She was in her late 30s when she made her debut CD, Nnenna Freelon, for Columbia Records in 1992
Nas - In mid-1992, Nas was approached by MC Serch of 3rd Bass, who became his manager and secured Nas a record deal with Columbia Records the same year.
Fugees - In 1993, after some gigs and recorded demos, the trio signed to Ruffhouse, distributed through Columbia Records
Merry Christmas (Mariah Carey album) - Released by Columbia Records on November 7, 1994, the album features cover versions of popular Christmas tunes and original material
Fantasy (Mariah Carey song) - It was released on September 12, 1995 by Columbia Records as the lead single for her fifth studio album, "Daydream"
My All - It was released as the album's fourth and second commercial single on April 21, 1998 by Columbia Records
Matthew Marsden - He signed a £500,000 record deal with Columbia Records and released his debut single in July 1998 called "The Heart's Lone Desire", which reached number 13 in the UK singles chart
In mid to late of 1999, it was eventually decided that the "Walking Eye" would be Columbia's logo, with the retained Columbia word mark design, throughout the world except in Japan where Columbia Music Entertainment has the rights to the Columbia trademark to this day and continues to use the "Magic Notes" logo
Christian Ingebrigtsen - A teacher at LIPA recommended Ingebrigtsen to manager Tim Byrne working on putting together the group, and he became the third member of A1, who after becoming a quartet, signed a recording contract with Columbia Records in 1999
50 Cent - In 1999, after leaving Jam Master Jay, the platinum- selling producers Trackmasters took notice of Jackson and signed him to Columbia Records.
Joey McIntyre - The combination of airplay and website sales for the single led to McIntyre signing a recording contract in 1999 with Sony Music USA, under the C2 label, a subsidiary of Columbia Records, which had previously been home to New Kids on the Block
Travis Tritt - In the 2000s, he released two albums on Columbia Records and one for the defunct Category 5 Records
Travis Tritt - Records, Tritt signed to Columbia Records and released the album "Down the Road I Go" in 2000
Lil' Flip - In 2002 Columbia Records offered Flip a contract and Suckafree a distribution deal
Travis Tritt - In September 2002, Tritt released his second album on Columbia Records, "Strong Enough"
Bruce Hornsby - In 2004, after 19 successful years on RCA Records, Hornsby returned to a more acoustic, piano-driven sound on his Columbia Records debut "Halcyon Days", which reviewers described as "pure Hornsby"
Harry Connick, Jr. - "Only You", his seventeenth album for Columbia Records, was released in February 2004
Tom Baxter - A self-titled EP was released by Sony Music through the Columbia Records label in May 2004 and included the tracks "Joanna", "Half a Man" and "My Declaration"
Xzibit - Musically, he started the year off with the release of his second compilation album Appetite for Destruction featuring 50 Cent on one track, consisting mostly of tracks from his Dre period and songs that didnt make the cut for his fifth studio album Weapons of Mass Destruction, which was released in December 2004, entering the charts at 43 in the U.S. For this album, he reunited with Columbia Records, after having parted ways with producer and mentor Dr. Dre. The album managed to go gold, but yet again Xzibit was unhappy with the promotion and backing of his label, claiming
Kevin Jonas - In early 2005, Columbia Records' new president, Steve Greenberg, listened to Nick's record
Joe Jonas - In early 2005, Columbia Records' new president, Steve Greenberg, listened to Nick's record
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (film) - The song album was released by Columbia Records on May 24, 2005
Born to Run - On November 14, 2005, Columbia Records released "Born to Run 30th Anniversary Edition" in box set form
Ryan Tedder - The band had previously been signed to Columbia Records, and their album was due to be released in 2006, but this did not occur
Bianca Ryan - On September 18, 2006, Ryan signed a five-album record deal with SYCOmusic as part of Columbia Records
In 2007, Columbia formed "'Columbia Nashville"' and is part of Sony Music Nashville
Project Pat - After Houston got out his deal with Columbia Records he signed with Koch Records now known as E1 Music "Walkin' Bank Roll", released in 2007, debuted at number 45 on the Billboard 200
Susan Justice - Cagle released her debut album, "The Subway Recordings", in 2007 with Lefthook Entertainment and Columbia Records
Ashley Monroe - In late 2007, Monroe and Columbia Records parted ways, and "Satisfied" went without being released
Jane's Addiction - The band signed with Columbia Records and released their debut album, "Ultra Payloaded" in 2007
Manic Street Preachers - The band's eighth studio album, "Send Away the Tigers", was released on 7 May 2007 on Columbia Records
Nuno Bettencourt - Bettencourt helped produce "Ultra Payloaded", the debut album by Satellite Party released on May 29, 2007 on Columbia Records
Terrence Howard - Howard released his debut, adult alternative album, "Shine Through It" in 2008 on Columbia Records.
Susan Justice - After leaving Columbia Records in 2009 and signing to Warner Bros
Paul Epworth - He signed a solo deal with Columbia Records, with an album due late 2010 or early 2011
The Shins - On August 1, 2011, Pitchfork reported that The Shins would be releasing an album in 2012 on Mercer's Aural Apothecary Label, via Columbia Records
Earl Sweatshirt - On April 9, 2012, rapper Casey Veggies released a mixtape titled "Customized Greatly 3" that included a song featuring Earl Sweatshirt, Tyler the Creator, Domo Genesis, and Hodgy Beats titled "PNCINTLOFWGKTA." During that month Earl Sweatshirt signed on to create his own record label imprint, Tan Cressida, to be distributed through Columbia Records
Sans attendre - "'Sans attendre"' is a French-language studio album by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released by Columbia Records on November 2, 2012
Trent Reznor - In 2013 Nine Inch Nails returned to large record labels, signing with Columbia Records
Trent Reznor - In 2013, Reznor returned to Columbia Records for "Hesitation Marks", the eighth Nine Inch Nails studio album
Daft Punk - In January 2013, de Homem-Christo revealed that Daft Punk was in the process of signing with Sony Music Entertainment through the Columbia Records label, and that the album would have a spring release
Random Access Memories - It was released by the duo's imprint Daft Life, under exclusive license to Columbia Records, on 17 May 2013
Get Lucky (Daft Punk song) - A trailer for the official "Get Lucky" remix was released via the Columbia Records &YouTube channel on 25 June 2013, featuring a group of dancers
Bob Dylan - In September 2013, Columbia Records announced the release, on November 4, of the "Bob Dylan Complete Album Collection: Vol. One", a boxed set which will contain all 35 of Dylan's studio albums, six albums of live recordings, and a collection, entitled "Sidetracks", of singles, songs from films and non-album material
T.I. - In November 2013, T.I. announced that he had signed himself and Grand Hustle to Columbia Records
Bob Dylan - On November 4, 2013, Columbia Records released "Bob Dylan Complete Album Collection: Vol. One", a boxed set containing all 35 of Dylan's studio albums, six albums of live recordings, and a collection, entitled "Sidetracks", of singles, songs from films and non-album material
T.I. - T.I. announced on November 22, 2013, that he had signed to Columbia Records to release his next album
Happy (Pharrell Williams song) - In a December 2013 press release, Rob Stringer, Chairman of Columbia Records, said "When we excitedly partnered with Pharrell in January of this year, we felt it was his time again
Happy (Pharrell Williams song) - The song was reissued on December 16, 2013, by Back Lot Music under exclusive license to Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music
Happy (Pharrell Williams song) - On December 17, 2013, it was announced that Williams had signed to Columbia Records and would release his second studio album in 2014
Katharine McPhee - Her latest album is expected to be released in early 2014 under Columbia Records
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 - The soundtrack for the film was released on April 22, 2014 by Columbia Records and Madison Gate Records
Victoria Justice - On May 3, 2014 Victoria Justice announced during a live chat that she and Columbia Records had disagreements and that the progress on her album had ended
Victoria Justice - In August 2014, Billboard revealed that Justice had left Columbia Records, but is recording new music, to be released "next year sometime
Leonard Cohen - Cohen will release his 13th studio album, "Popular Problems", on Columbia Records a day after his 80th birthday on September 22, 2014