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Glee Music Producer To Launch His Own Record Label

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This seems like the next logical step.

Glee's executive music producer, Adam Anders, has been successful at co-producing more than 100 Billboard Hot 100 hits for the Fox show.

And now he's looking to capitalize on his success by building his own record label.

Anders is currently working on albums by Zac Poor and Ben Burgess. His first release will be the self-titled album of singer/dancer/actor Shane Harper from Disney Channel's Good Luck Charlie.

When talking about the direction his record label will take, Anders says:

"I don't believe in putting out a single and then if it doesn't hit, drop the artist. We are here to develop artists — there is no timetable to getting it right."

Agreed! This is what the music industry needs right now. One-hit wonders are fun, but artists need to be nurtured.

Good luck with your label, Adam!

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9 comments to “Glee Music Producer To Launch His Own Record Label”

  1. rcs says – reply to this


    1

    How's the label of yours coming pnasty?



  2. 2

    WOW MORE Shitty Corporate Music……so sorry to all u kids who just don't know any better



  3. 3

    Is that your sister?



  4. 4

    is that chaz bono?



  5. 5

    Just because songs chart don't make them hits, though they do have the most charting songs. Just look at how Judas fared so far… and it even debuted in the top 10 of the Hot 100 (it wouldn't be considered a hit). As for this show, it is stupid as hell, and the pompous asshole creator thinks he is above the world and that no one is allowed to tell him no. I wish Rihanna would've said no because those bastards butchered "Take a Bow" on the first episode, and then they totally f*cked up "Poker Face." I couldn't see anymore of that crap after that.



  6. 6

    Yes he's been successful at co-producing hits, however those hits were already recognizable songs by established artists.It also cost money to nurture and develop new artists. Perez, you are aware of this having had your own experience with your own label. If this guys thinks its going to be an easy or smooth venture, he's a little naive. Best of luck to him.

  7. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Not long ago, artists 'developed' themselves.
    When they were sounding primo, and had a good little body of work, they might get signed if the right connections were made. 'Developing' artists under some umbrella means more money to the developers. I appreciate the proposed attempt to give an artist time to ripen, (it's less throwaway) but that's what the road was for.



  8. 8

    This guy looks like someone Linda Hogan would date

  9. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Re: JoeyBing2102 – You think? This is a nice looking guy. Classic features, sunny face.