What Was the First Record Label?

What Was the First Record Label?

What Was the First Record Label

Columbia Records was established on January 15, 1889, and is credited to be the first record label. Columbia was known as Columbia Phonograph Company, which obtained a license for the patent of Thomas Edison’s invention of the cylindrical phonograph. The first record label to produce records as we know them today was also established in 1889.

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