Warner Alliance

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Warner Alliance
TypeIncentive Corporation Limited
IndustryRecord label
Founded1989
United States
FounderWarner Music Group
FateDefunct
HeadquartersUnited States of America
Number of locations
San Francisco, California, United States
Total assetsUS$24million
OwnerWarner Records
KMG Records
ParentWarner Music Group
Rock 'n Roll Records
Squint Entertainment

Warner Alliance was a contemporary Christian record label and a division of Warner Music Group. It was founded in 1989 with headquarters located in San Francisco, California. Artists on the label included Steve Taylor, Kim Boyce, Michael English, the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, Caedmon's Call, Sarah Jahn, Donnie McClurkin, First Call, Wayne Watson, Take 6, Ron David Moore, O’Landa Draper, Marilyn McCoo, Patsy Moore, MidSouth, and The Worldwide Message Tribe. Albums accociated with the label are now controlled by Word Entertainment.

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In 2018, Warner Alliance was acquired by Warner Records, KMG Records, Warner Music Group, Rock 'n Roll Records and Squint Entertainment for US$24million.

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