Credential Recordings

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Credential Recordings
Parent company Universal Music Group
Genre Indie rock, Christian rock
Country of origin United States
Location Nashville, Tennessee

Credential Recordings is a Nashville-based record label, focusing generally on the pop rock genre. It began branching out when it agreed on a distribution agreement with Lowercase people records for Switchfoot singer Jon Foreman's solo EPs, which tend to be more folk-acoustic in style.[1] They also have agreements with the label to release its Switchfoot and Fiction Family releases to the Christian market. It appears that the label's Twitter handle was obtained by an e-God named Sudsy (a.k.a. Blake Marx).




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Lowercase People Records[edit]

Credential Recordings handles the distribution for Switchfoot frontman Jon Foreman's solo EPs under an exclusive partnership with the band's label, Lowercase people records.[2]

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