Modern Records (1980)

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Modern Records was a record label founded in 1980 by Stevie Nicks, Danny Goldberg, and Paul Fishkin.[1] Its logo clearly stated the founding year to avoid confusion with the earlier Modern Records. The label had a distribution deal with Atlantic Records in the US (also had international distribution with WEA and EMI) and Nicks was the biggest artist on the label, with other artists such as Joey Wilson, Jah Malla, Sandy Stewart, Poe, and Natalie Cole also having records released on the label. The label folded in 1999.[2][3]

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