Rocketown Records

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Rocketown Records was an independent record label which was started in 1996 by Michael W. Smith. In the fall of 1995, met with Don Donahue, A&R director at Reunion Records, to discuss creation of the label.

In 1996, Word Records bought a minority share of the company.[1]


In 2006, Rocketown started the RKT Music imprint label to concentrate on a younger demographic. The first album released was Lifegiver by Hyper Static Union as a partnership between Rocketown and the Christian rock band Third Day. Hyper Static Union was signed to a production deal with Third Day's Consuming Fire Productions. Additional releases by RKT include Learning to Lose by the Turning and High Flight Society.


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  1. ^ Price, Deborah Evans (1996-11-09). "Higher ground". Billboard. 108 (45): 34.

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