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Big Time Records

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Big Time Records
Big Time Records
Founded 📆2006
Founder 👔Robert Beadles
Headquarters 🏙️Lodi, California
Area served 🗺️
Number of employees
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Big Time Records (BTR) is an American Independent record label based in Northern California.


BTR was founded in 2006 by Robert Beadles and Nicole Beadles, headquartered in the wine grape haven of upstate California in the picture postcard town of Lodi. Aiming to provide a network of professional industry resources to developing talent to reach their greatest level of expression and potential is the label's credo. Genres of music the label caters to include Metal, Rock, Punk, Reggae, and Hip-Hop.



Big Time Records bands enjoy working with a family of top producers and engineers such as Sylvia Massy[2] (Prince, Tom Petty, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Johnny Cash, Tool) and Johnny K (Sevendust, Disturbed, 3 Doors Down). Seven Day Sonnet's single release 'Hapless' in 2011 (produced by Johnny K at Groovemaster Studios[3]) has broken new ground, achieving a high position of 36 on the Active Rock charts. Dazeafter reached national top 40 status with their release of the Autograph's 'Turn Up The Radio' in 2010.

Live Music[edit]

Big Time Records is active in booking and producing live entertainment and music tours regionally and nationally. In 2010 BTR produced California Stockton Arena show featuring Chevelle and Sick Puppies[4], collaborated with local promoters and artists on the Lodi Music & Body Art Expo[5] and various Battle Of The Bands[6] events. Seven Day Sonnet just completed the national Hard Drive Spring Fling Tour. Coming next is the music event M.A.D. (Mutually Assured Destruction).


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