CREATIVITY THROUGH COLLABORATION
Green Eyed Records is a music resource and platform that helps empower artists to help develop and communicate their own creative voice to their chosen audience. Unlike the traditional record company model, GER fiercely believes in artist independence, working collaboratively rather than “working for a record company” where the artist is all too often creatively and financially disadvantaged.
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GER embraces all styles of music, the perfect home for all those artists who are told they “don’t fit in” with the stereotypical record business cookie cutter templates.
The central aims are –
- To help artists find their chosen audience.
- To help bring music into the world through artist collaboration and cooperation.
- To work in an ethical and respectful manner, with each other to mutual benefit and agreed agendas.
BLOGS & ARTICLES
I’ve been a long time fan of Sylvie Simmons writing, literally going back decades. She is an extraordinary journalist and author based in San Francisco and has an amazing history […]
This is the 2nd single from Nick Cody & Towse, released March 11th on all platforms What people are saying about Nick Cody & Towse “Musically, the track is a […]
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I’ve always been a massive album fan of albums and remember back in 1970s, before cassette tapes, this was the only way to consume music. You could go into a […]
Interviewer: Mr. Cody, tell me, what does Green Eyed Records actually mean to your musician, your average musician? What does Green Eyed Records mean to you? Nick Cody: Right. Well, […]
By Rick Simmonds In my various radio management roles, I’ve been asked numerous times, “what is the future of radio?”. I’ve always responded with “just focus on content – content […]