Reviver starts new label
Monday, April 1, 2019
– Reviver Entertainment Group today announced the formation of a new record label imprint, Davmorerecords.
Named in honor of Reviver CEO David Ross' father, industry veteran Moe Shulman, the label will operate under the Reviver Entertainment Group umbrella under the direction of Gator Michaels, who will also remain, President of Reviver Records. T
Designed to accommodate multiple artist signings within the past year, DavmoreRecords will serve as the new home for Reviver Entertainment Group artists Thompson Square and Aaron Goodvin.
"This was a necessary step for us to take, considering the success and growth that we've experienced and celebrated over the last four years," said Reviver Founder, President and CEO Ross. "Davmorerecedcords was formed in honor of my father, who taught me the importance of hard work, the need to show loyalty and commitment to others and the value of family. I've built the Reviver Entertainment Group within that mold."
Shulman is an industry veteran of eight decades. He was the head of National Promotion and Marketing at London Records and has worked on campaigns with The Rolling Stones, ZZ Top, Tom Jones, at the label and its subsidiaries.
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