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All That I Am is the 38th album by music icon and guitar hero Carlos Santana, and the third Santana album on Arista Records.
Earlier in his career he was Vice President of Product Management at Arista Records, where he was responsible for the marketing of all of Arista's pop and rock artists, including Santana, Sarah McLachlan, Dido, and Whitney Houston, among many others.
division of Bertelsmann AG, announced today that Arista Records will be
As a result of the deal, BMG's Arista Records will release albums from best-selling artists such as Pink, Sarah McLachlan, Outkast, Usher and Adema on DataPlay digital media.
Usher's record-breaking - and record-setting - feat is not only a great artistic achievement but also underscores the hard work and dedication of the entire Arista Records team," said Larry Mestel, Executive Vice President & General Manager.
NEW YORK -- Twenty-seven years after becoming the first artist on the brand new Arista Records label to earn an RIAA gold record (for the #1 hit, "Mandy," certified on January 31, 1975), Barry Manilow proves that his music still has the magic touch, as ULTIMATE MANILOW bullets past the 500,000 unit gold mark in just one month, it was announced today by Antonio "L.
BMG's longstanding and successful relationship with Davis dates back to 1979 when BMG parent company Bertelsmann bought Arista Records, which he founded in 1975.
for the charter founding member of the Arista Records artist roster, as
It was back in August 2001, when Boyz II Men - Nathan Morris, Michael McCary, Shawn Stockman, and Wanya Morris - announced their exclusive long-term recording agreement with Arista Records, a multi-album commitment.
Clive Davis, Chairman and CEO of the RCA Music Group, is the legendary executive who after helming Columbia Records for eight years, founded Arista Records in 1975 and nurtured many of today's top musical artists including Whitney Houston, Bruce Springsteen, Aerosmith, Santana, Patti Smith, Sarah McLachlan and Dido.