Rendezvous Music

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Rendezvous Music
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Parent company Mack Avenue Records
Founded 2002
Founder Dave Koz, Frank Cody, Hyman Katz
Status Active
Distributor(s) Sony Music Entertainment
Genre Jazz
Electronica
Chill
Singer-songwriter
Country of origin United States
Location Los Angeles, CA
Official website www.rendezvousmusic.com

Rendezvous Music (formerly known as Rendezvous Entertainment) is a record label founded by multiple Grammy Award nominee and RIAA Certified Gold recording artist Dave Koz,[1] renowned radio entrepreneur Frank Cody and music business veteran Hyman Katz in 2002. At various times, the label has been distributed by Sony Music Entertainment's Red Distribution[2] and Universal Music Group's Fontana Distribution. In 2008, artist Patti Austin received her first Grammy Award[3] for album Avant Gershwin released on Rendezvous Entertainment in 2007. In 2011, artist Kirk Whalum received his first Grammy Award for song "It's What I Do" (feat. Lalah Hathaway) from album The Gospel According to Jazz Chapter III released on Rendezvous Music in 2010.[4] Since its acquisition in August 2008, Rendezvous is part of the Mack Avenue Records label group[5] and continues to release new music by Kirk Whalum, Jonathan Butler, Kyle Eastwood as well as previously unreleased music by the late Wayman Tisdale.[6]

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