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Acorn Records

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Parent company  Savoy Records
Country of origin  United States
Founded  1950
Defunct  1951 (1951)
Location  Newark, New Jersey
Ceased operations  1951
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Genre  Rhythm and blues, jazz, gospel
Headquarters  Newark, New Jersey, United States

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Acorn Records was a short-lived American record label, created in 1950, which issued several singles by notable musical artists.

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Acorn records


History

The label was formed in 1950. It was created by Herman Lubinsky in order to utilize distribution channels apart from its parent company, Savoy. Nevertheless Savoy was listed as the selling agent. The label ceased production by the end of 1951.

Artists

  • Tommy Brown
  • Carolina Slim
  • Erroll Garner
  • John Lee Hooker (as "The Boogie Man")
  • Patterson Singers
  • Jimmy Scott (as "Little Jimmy")
  • Hal Singer
  • Sir Charles Thompson
  • References

    Acorn Records Wikipedia


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