Eleven seven music

Eleven Seven Music
File:Eleven Seven Music logo.jpg
Founded 2006
Founder Allen Kovac
Distributor(s) INgrooves
Universal Music Group
RED Distribution
Parlophone (Europe)[1]
Genre Rock
Hard rock
Alternative metal
Country of origin United States
Location New York City, New York and Los Angeles, California
Official website ElevenSevenMusic.com

Eleven Seven Music is a record label founded by Allen Kovac, who is the CEO of 10th Street Entertainment. Eleven Seven Music is a full service physical, digital and mobile independent record label operating with global sales, distribution and marketing capabilities. The label continues to build on its model of research-based marketing strategies targeted directly to the fans and building out from that base. Eleven Seven Music's expanding roster includes Mötley Crüe, Papa Roach, Escape The Fate,[2] Drowning Pool, Sixx:A.M., Vince Neil and HELLYEAH. Driven by a core group of thought leaders, the independent mini-major has in-house marketing, promotion, publicity, new media, International, sales, tour marketing, production, video promotion, creative services, business management, web design, advertising, licensing, publishing, development and other services to support every release.

Eleven Seven Music, the cornerstone of the Eleven Seven Music Group, is the rock label of the year 2008 (FMQB) [3] and 2010 (Billboard) and Mediabase's #1 Independent Rock label,[4] taking hold on a good portion of the rock charts since its inception in January 2006. Recent releases include the #1 rock album from Motley Crüe, the Top 10 debut of Sixx:A.M.'s sophomore effort This Is Gonna Hurt, Buckcherry's Platinum and Grammy-nominated 15 and Drowning Pool's self titled #5 Independent disc. The label also dominated the iTunes 2008 and 2009 Critics and Sales Charts appearing at the top of most of the rock categories

Current artist roster

Former artists

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