Regal Records (1921)

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First U.S. Regal Record

Regal Records was an American record label owned by the Plaza Music Company that issued recordings from 1921 through 1931. Masters were recorded by Emerson Records, and issued mostly in chain stores for 50 cents each. Noted artists with records issued on Regal include Fletcher Henderson's Orchestra, Eubie Blake, the Original Memphis Five, Cab Calloway, and Duke Ellington. The label was acquired in August 1922 by Scranton Button Company.[1]

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  1. ^ Brian Southall (2003). The A-Z of Record Labels. Sanctuary. ISBN 978-1-86074-492-1.