Good Music for All
|Good Music For All|
|Country of origin||India|
Good Music For All (GMFA) is an Indian Christian music label and distribution company. It was founded in 1977 by Francis Daniel. GMFA mainly redistributes Christian music released by major international Christian music labels in India. It has licenses to reproduce and distribute music released by Integrity Music, Maranatha Music, INO Records, Word Records, Kingsway Music, Provident and Kalubone Records, among others. 
History[edit | edit source]
In 1977, on a visit to the United States, Francis Daniel procured the copyright to reproduce and distribute music released by Maranatha Music within India. A donation of Rs. 700 from an unnamed Nigerian enabled him to start the company Good News For All.
In 2000, the company was renamed as Good Music For All and segregated from the functioning of the Church as a separate organisation, for two reasons stated on their website.
Late Francis Daniel's son Caleb Daniel is now the man managing Good Music for All
List of Record companies represented[edit | edit source]
- Integrity Music
- Hosanna! Music
- Word Records
- Kingsway Music
- Provident Label Group
- INO Records
- Kalubone Records
- Maranatha Music
- Vision Video
- Go Global
- Independent Artists, such as Firebrands, Danny Franklin and Pradeep Suna.
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