LEGEND Recordings signs a multi-year, lucrative, extension with INgrooves Music Group
Cleveland, OH, January 18, 2021, ZEXPRWIRE, Tucked away in a small community right between Cleveland and Akron, Ohio, you’ll find the home of LEGEND Recordings. A record company established in early 2017 by Chris Bianchi. Bianchi, a former touring musician turned entrepreneur in the entertainment industry, founded the label with “a few dollars and a dream to support the art that he believed in”
LEGEND Recordings has since gone on to garner millions of streams, views, and sales combined. With multiple releases debuting at #1 on Billboard Heatseekers, iTunes Charts, Billboard Radio Charts.
The label has released music from the United States, United Kingdom, Sweden, Germany, Mexico, and Israel to date.
Chris Bianchi’s history includes establishing CB Entertainment music firm whose clients combined have sold over 25 million albums, and over the last decade, has worked with or marketed some of the biggest names in hard rock and heavy metal.
LEGEND Recordings has also partnered with a handful of select other labels and musicians to offer a worldwide distribution hub in Legend Distribution. Also, a film division in Legend Films where the company has recently released numerous music documentaries partnered with Amazon Prime and re-issued the cult classic horror film Night Of The Living Dead (retouched) in 2020.
INgrooves Music Group, owned by Universal Music Group continues to be a driving force in both the music as well as tech industries. The company hosts offices in New York, Los Angeles, London, and more to support the efforts globally.
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