|Parent company||Warner Music Group|
|Distributor(s)||Warner Bros. Records, Atlantic Records|
|Country of origin||United States|
When producer David Foster signed a deal with Warner in 1995 it enabled him to set up his own label in 143 Records. Foster gave the responsibility for running the new Warner joint venture to then-manager Brian Avnet. One of the label's first signing was little known Irish folk-rock band The Corrs.
By 1997 Foster and Avnet came to the realisation that, in the American market at least, "logo labels" like 143 were in a "bad spot". As a result Foster sold the label back to Warner and then became senior vice-president at the corporation.
- Michael Bublé
- The Corrs
- Renee Olstead
- Josh Groban
- William Joseph
- Jordan Hill (through Atlantic Records)
- Jackie Evancho
- Beth Hart
- Bars and melody
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