|Parent company||50 Entertainment|
|Genre||Alternative rock, rock, pop|
|Country of origin||U.S.|
50 Records was a Minneapolis-based record label that was co-founded in 2006 by Drew Pearson, Dylan Ohm, and CEO Deb Ward-Ingstad, who also owns several radio stations in the South. Artists on their roster include White Light Riot and Elevation. Both bands charted nationally on all three charts at specialty radio and received high rotation on college radio.
Releases for 2008 include a full-length album from Elevation, released in August by 50 Records/Sony RED.
50 Records album releases have been in collaboration with such people as engineer Adam Ayan (The Rolling Stones, Nirvana), producer Mark Endert (Madonna, Maroon 5), engineer Bob Ludwig, and Dan Hannon (Manchester Orchestra).
Artists represented by 50 Records have received favorable reviews and featured stories from the New York Post, National Public Radio and almost every news and arts publication local to Minnesota.
50 Records produced a charitable compilation album for Faith's Lodge called Hope Rocks. Faith's Lodge has received national recognition through The Today Show and local Minneapolis support from WCCO-TV.
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- "Faith's Lodge".
- "Vacations with a Heart".
- "Faith's Lodge: A Place To Grieve And Hope".