Wild Records was formed in 2001. The first band that was signed to the label was Lil Luis y Los Wild Teens, who recorded a Mexican rock and roll song called "La Rebeldona". Since that first 45 R.P.M. release, Wild Records has worked to sign, promote, book, and record a total of 28 artists. They have been widely celebrated for their artists' unique ability to make contemporary music while still remaining authentic and true to the original styles that have inspired them. Acts on the label regularly headline European and American Rockabilly and rock n' roll festivals such as The Rockabilly Rave, High Rockabilly, Viva Las Vegas, and Let's Get Wild. Wild Records and founder Reb Kennedy is the subject of an independent film release entitled "Los Wild Ones" in 2013. The film has toured the international film circuit to generally positive praise. The film is noteworthy in that it concentrates on not just music, but the personal relationships of the musicians inside the label.
On September 1st, 2015 the label announced the start of a European division Wild Records Europe.
The current roster is as follows: Alex Vargas, The Barbwires, The Caezars, Carl & the Rhythm Allstars, Chuy & the Bobcats, The Delta Bombers, The Desperados, Don Juan y Los Blancos, The Dragtones, Dusty Chance & the Allnighters, Bebo And The Goodtime Boys, Gizzelle, Hi Strung Ramblers, Little Victor, Luis & the Wildfires, Lil Luis y Los Wild Teens, Lil' Sal and the Wildtones, Mary Simich, The Montesas, Omar & the Stringpoppers, Pachuco Jose y Los Diamantes, The Rhythm Shakers, Ruby Ann, Rusty & Dragstrip Trio, Santos, The Terrorsaurs, Texas Steve & the Git Gone Trio, The Vargas Brothers, Will & the Hi-Rollers, Jake & The Lawlessmen
- LA Weekly, Dragtones Article
- LA Times Magazine, Wild Records Article
- LA Record Magazine, Luis and The Wildfires Article
- Metro Times, Wild Records Article
- Vimby Wild Records special
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