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7/29/21

Iconic guitar brand Gibson is officially going into the label business with the launch of Gibson Records. Headquartered in Nashville, the company will kick off its new venture with a flagship album release by Slash, of Guns N’ Roses, in partnership with BMG.

The album is set to arrive in 2022 and will feature Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators, who previously collaborated with the rocker on his 2018 album Living the Dream.

“It's an honor to be the first release on the new Gibson Records,” said Slash. “It's a zenith in our partnership for sure and having worked so closely with Gibson for so long, I know they will be a label that genuinely supports their artists creatively.”

“Launching a record label that is in service to our artists is the natural evolution of our 127 years of history. Gibson Records will work with Gibson artists to capture, record and promote their music under an artist friendly partnership,” shared Cesar Gueikian, Brand President, Gibson Brands.

“Partnering with Gibson Records and BMG presents an exciting and unique opportunity to explore new ideas for marketing and promoting a record,” added Slash’s longtime manage and Revelation Management Group co-founder, Jeff Varner “It shows a real commitment on the part of Gibson towards the artist community, and it will serve as a model for future artist releases.”