About SPIDO RECORDS Ltd.
SPIDO RECORDS Ltd. is a division of Spider Harrison Productions headed by the legendary radio personality SPIDER HARRISON. While still in radio Spider was recruited into the record industry and he became the West Coast marketing-promotion director for SUGAR HILL RECORDS, the first independent rap label in the world and the first to get a major distribution deal (with MCA/Universal Distribution). In 2007 SUGAR HILL RECORDS' Grand Master Flash and The Furious Five were the first rap group to be inducted into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame. The late Joe Robinson, then president of SUGAR HILL RECORDS, recognizing Spider's abilities and talent in the entertainment radio industry gave him encouragement and inspiration to start his own label: SPIDO RECORDS, Ltd.
SPIDO RECORDS, Ltd. is currently producing music that music lovers worldwide will enjoy for years to come. Using Spider's years of radio experience and daily networking with today's radio personalities and radio veterans throughout the country, SPIDO RECORDS, Ltd. is discovering, signing and producing new artists.
SPIDO RECORDS Ltd. through Spider Harrison Productions is experienced in coordinating the production, manufacture, distribution, marketing and promotion of entertainment product and artists. Spider Harrison, still active as a on-air radio personality, knows how important it is to create a radio station promotion with each release, making the new record attractive to the radio station Program Directors, Marketing Managers, Sales, General Managers and owners.
SPIDO RECORDS, Ltd.
7349 Milliken Avenue 140-184
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
About SPIDER HARRISON PRODUCTIONS
Spider Harrison Productions began while Spider attended high school where he worked with a New York concert promoter promoting local dances. Once his professional career began in radio as a disc jockey, Spider Harrison Productions expanded into the record industry, radio syndication, television, movies and voiceover productions.
SPIDER HARRISON is a native New Yorker and was one of the most heard radio disc jockeys during the 70's 80's and 90's.While an intern at WWRL, New York and air personality at WCWP/ CW POST College on Long Island, Spider Harrison landed a gig as Program and Music Director at WTLC-FM, Indianapolis. Despite his relatively young age, SPIDER HARRISON one day got the big call: SPIDER was asked to replace the legendary and 32 year veteran of Nashville Radio, John R. / Randy's on WLAC, Nashville, the clear channel 50,000 watt Rhythm & Blues/Rock and Soul powerhouse that boasted a nighttime listening audience that extended over 17 states, (including parts of Canada and the West Indies). SPIDER HARRISON currently hosts the world famous 'WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO'? Syndicated radio show, under the Spider Harrison Production umbrella.
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- [Syndicated Radio Show]
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