Backstage Production

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Backstage Production
Industry Music, entertainment
Genre Various
Founded 1999
Headquarters Beirut, Lebanon[1]
Key people
Khodr Alama (CEO)
Products Music, entertainment
Website www.backstageproduction.me

Backstage Production (or simply Backstage) is a pan-Arab artist management company based in the Middle East and controlled by CEO Khodr Alama.

History[edit]

The company was founded in 1999 by Khodr Alama with an initial objective of managing the work of his brother superstar Ragheb Alama's musical and artistic work.[2] The success of the company came with Alama's ability to incorporate international record labels and artists in his events, which further flourished Ragheb's career as a performer. After the success of Ragheb Alama, the company expanded to manage artists such as Maria Nadim, , and collaborating with international artists such as DJ Karma,[3] David Vendetta[4] and Shakira.[5][6]

In 2009, Backstage Production's Ragheb Alama received the Platinum Award from Virgin Megastore Middle East for his album Ba'sha'ak.[7]

In 2010, Backstage Production struck a deal with Starbucks coffee[8] to sell its albums at its coffee shops.

List of backstage production artists[9][edit]

Ragheb Alama
Maria Nadim

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