Triple Crown Records

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Triple Crown Records
Parent company Eastwest Records
Founded 1997
Founder Fred Feldman
Distributor(s) Alternative Distribution Alliance
Genre Indie rock, emo, post-rock
Country of origin United States
Location New York City
Official website

Triple Crown Records is a New York-based rock music record label created in 1997 by Fred Feldman.[1][2][3] The label features such artists as The Receiving End of Sirens and The Dear Hunter,[4] and launched the career of Brand New in 2001.[5] It is a part of the Eastwest family of record labels, a subsidiary of Warner Music Group, and is distributed by the Alternative Distribution Alliance.[6]

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  1. ^ [1]Contact Information
  2. ^ [2]November 29th, 2007 - 10 years, let's have a party!
  3. ^ [3]Billboard - 6 QUESTIONS WITH FRED FELDMAN
  4. ^ [4] Artists Page
  5. ^> Past Artists Page
  6. ^ [5]East West, one of Warner Music Group's newest label groups...
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