Artifex Records

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Artifex Records
Founded 1992 (1992)
Founder Peter Miller
Defunct 1999 (1999)
Status Inactive
Genre Jazz, Celtic, new-age
Country of origin U.S.
Location Nashville, Tennessee

Artifex Records was an independent record label in Nashville, Tennessee that specialized in jazz, Celtic and new-age music. It operated between 1992 and 1999 and was owned by Peter Miller, a classical guitarist, producer, and engineer. He was also the owner of Nashville Compact Disc.[1]

The label had a roster of over 20 artists, including Bill Mize, Andrew York, Floyd Cramer, and Jeff Coffin.

Jazz[edit]

  • Angella Christie
  • Third Coast Jazz
  • Nancee Kahler
  • Billy Kirsch Trio
  • Floyd Cramer
  • Elliot Levine
  • The Per Lofgren Trio
  • Lofgren & Pace
  • Jesse Pessoa
  • Michael Powers
  • Timeline
  • Triad

New Age[edit]

  • Bill Mize
  • Andrew York

Celtic[edit]

  • Linn Barnes
  • Allison Hampton
  • Wendy Morrison
  • Myron Bretholz

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Artifex Records STAFF page". Wayback Machine. 17 January 1997. Archived from the original on 1997-01-17.