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List of Craft Recordings artists

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A partial listing of recording artists who currently or formerly recorded for Craft Recordings include the following list.[1]

0-9[edit]

24-Carat Black

A[edit]

  • AFI
  • Antonio Aguilar
  • Duane Allman
  • Greg Allman
  • Dave Alvin
  • The Aquabats!
  • Atreyu

B[edit]

Joan Baez

Bayside

William Bell

Between the Buried and Me

Big Star

Booker T & The MGs

Ray Brown

Rusty Bryant

C[edit]

Terry Callier

Ornette Coleman

Collective Soul

Alice Coltrane

John Coltrane

Count Basie

Count Five

Counterparts

Country Joe and The Fish

Creed

Creedence Clearwater Revival

Cybotron

D[edit]

The Damned

Miles Davis

The Dramatics

E[edit]

Evanescence

Bill Evans

F[edit]

Fania All-Stars

John Fahey

Foreigner

Funk, Inc.

G[edit]

Gary Bartz NTI Troop

The Golliwogs

H[edit]

Isaac Hayes

Joe Henderson

John Lee Hooker

I[edit]

J[edit]

Jewel

George Jones

K[edit]

Albert King

Kunzel & Cin Pops

Charles Kynard

L[edit]

Azar Lawrence

Little Richard

M[edit]

Masta Ace

Sergio Mendes

The Music Machine

N[edit]

Mike Ness

Nine Inch Nails

O[edit]

The Offspring

P[edit]

Parish Hall

Charlie Parker

Jean-Jacques Perrey

Madeleine Peyroux

The Pharcyde

Pucho and His Latin Soul Brothers

Q[edit]

R[edit]

Sun Ra

R.E.M.

Otis Redding

Jimmy Reed

Sonny Rollins

S[edit]

Joan Sebastian

Robert Shaw

Joseph Silverstein

Social Distortion

The Staple Singers

Steeldrivers

Sunny Day Real Estate

T[edit]

Taking Back Sunday

Thelonious Monk

The Three Pieces

Tone Loc

Traveling Wilburys

Twilight 22

U[edit]

V[edit]

Vince Guaraldi Trio

The Violent Femmes

W[edit]

John Williams

Brenton Wood

X[edit]

Y[edit]

Young MC

Z[edit]

References[edit]

  1. "Artists | Craft Recordings". Craft Recordings. Retrieved 2018-08-29.


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