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Wagram Music
Logo WAGRAM music.png
Parent companyWagram Music Group
Founded1999
StatusActive
GenreVarious
Country of originFrance
LocationParis, Île-de-France, Los Angeles, Berlin
Official websitewww.wagram.fr

Wagram Music is a French independent record company based in Paris, with offices in Berlin and Los Angeles.[1]

Record company

Wagram's catalog covers various music genres such as French pop, Rock and Pop, world, electronic music, Reggae, Soul, Jazz and Blues.[2] Represented artists include Orelsan, - M -, Lamomali, Fatoumata Diawara, Dominique A, Suzanne, Philippe Katerine, Bertrand Belin, Inna de Yard, Ken Booth, Malik Djoudi, and Corneille.[2]

Wagram Music has several subsidiary record labels:

  • WLab, which includes the artists: Corneille, Ridsa, Caravan Palace.
  • LaBréa.
  • Belem.

Wagram is also affiliated with the record label Panenka (Therapy Taxi).

Other activities

Wagram opened W Spectacle, its live company, in 2010. It manages concerts and tours for a roster of around 40 artists, including Rover, R.Wan, Winston McAnuff, Fatoumata Diawara, Bertrand Belin, and Ayọ.

Wagram Music is part of Wagram Stories, a global and independent artistic production company, involved in film and series production (Wagram Film), book publishing (Wagram Livres), live music, and communication (Wagram Agency).[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ Martin, James (12 July 2003). "Staff Buy French Indie Wagram", Billboard. 115 (28): 43. Convenience link.
  2. ^ a b "Wagram Music". Wagram Music. Retrieved 2012-06-06.
  3. ^ "Wagram Music se réorganise en opérateur global" (in French). 2018-09-27. Retrieved 2019-07-22.

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