Equity Music Group

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Equity Music group
Founded 2003
Founder Clint Black
Status Inactive
Distributor(s) Koch Entertainment
Country of origin United States
Location Nashville, Tennessee
Official website http://www.equitymusicgroup.com/

Equity Music Group was an American country music record label founded in 2003 by singer Clint Black. The label was distributed by Koch Entertainment (now E1 Entertainment).

The name "Equity" was chosen to represent the equality between the artist and the label. According to Equity, "The artists will own what they create and get paid from the very first scanned sale. In turn, the label has a vested interest in other aspects of the artist's career."[1] The label was suspended in December 2008 due to financial difficulties.[2]

Artist roster[edit]

The following acts were signed to Equity Music Group:


  1. ^ About Equity Music Group. Retrieved January 10, 2007.
  2. ^ Lee, Wendy (2008-12-16). "Equity Music Group suspends operations". The Tennesseean. Retrieved 2008-12-17. [dead link]