Park the Van

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Park the Van Records
Park The Van logo, Oct 2012, PTV Wiki.png
Founded 2004 (2004)
Founder Christopher Watson
Genre Indie rock
Country of origin U.S.
Location California & U.K.
Official website

Park the Van Records is a record label and management copy from New Orleans, Louisiana that was formed in 2004 by Christopher Watson to release music by the band, Dr. Dog. After Hurricane Katrina, the office was moved to Schwenksville, Pennsylvania, then back to New Orleans in 2008, where the label discovered and signed Generationals. In late 2010 the label expanded services to represent independent musicians as managers, addign artists like Broncho, Scott H. Biram, and Pigeon John. In 2012 Watson left Park the Van and the label was run by co-founder Zach Fischel, Jeff Olson, and Corey Watson in Santa Monica, California. In 2017, Chris Watson returned to Park The Van, alongside Zach Fischel, Jeff Olson, and Phil Jones. The offices are split between California (Sacramento, Long Beach, South Orange County) and the UK (Liverpool).

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