Triple Crown Records will celebrate it’s 20-Year Anniversary on December 8th with a benefit show at the Music Hall Of Williamsburg featuring Foxing, a Moving Mountains reunion and more to be announced soon! The evening is being presented by BrooklynVegan and proceeds will go to the ACLU https://www.aclu.org/and the Long Island Food Bank Island Harvest http://www.islandharvest.org/.
The label was founded in 1997 by Fred Feldman with the first signings 25 Ta Life and The Stubborn All-Stars. Over the next twenty years Triple Crown Records built an impressive and diverse roster of artists – releasing albums by Sorority Noise, Brand New, Caspian, Kevin Devin, Bad Books, O’Brother, The Receiving End of Sirens, Hot Rod Circuit, and The Dear Hunter among others. “There isn’t a Triple Crown sound,” said Feldman when asked about the label’s extensive catalog, “I’ve always felt it goes back to the bands and the songs and that’s why we have released everything from hardcore to singer songwriters.”
2017 saw Triple Crown release critically acclaimed albums from Sorority Noise, Free Throw and Smidley and win the A2IM Libera Award for “Indie Label Of The Year.” In addition, just last month the label partnered with The Orchard who will handle their digital and physical distribution for world.