BEC Recordings

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BEC Recordings
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Parent company Tooth & Nail Records
Founded 1997
Founder Brandon Ebel
Distributor(s) Capitol Christian Music Group (US; 1998-2013)
RED (US; 2013-present)
Fontana (CAN)
Warner Music (Worldwide)
Genre Christian music
Country of origin U.S.
Official website

BEC (Brandon Ebel Company) Recordings is a Christian rock record label that is an imprint of Tooth & Nail Records. The label was formed in 1997 in partnership with the EMI Christian Music Group.[1]

The label is home to many bands that, while falling under the Christian rock/Contemporary umbrella, that also have a more adult sound to the music, as opposed to Tooth & Nail Records or its other subsidiary Solid State Records which tend to be more focused on more of a heavy metal, punk, or Alternative rock sound. BEC's major artists have included Kutless, KJ-52, Jeremy Camp, and Hawk Nelson. Uprok Records, a former imprint of Tooth & Nail, now lists its catalog under BEC.



Former[3] Includes artists on Uprok Recordings


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  1. ^ Hefner, April (March 1997). "Everything Changes / Big Deals". CCM Magazine. 19 (9): 12. ISSN 1524-7848. 
  2. ^ "Artists". BEC Recordings. Retrieved May 6, 2014. 
  3. ^ "Artists | Alumni". BEC Recordings. Retrieved May 6, 2014. 

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