ABOUT G4L RECORDS
G4L Records is a Los Angeles based Record Label focusing on developing a select few artists.
PresIDENT, Markus A. Muller-StacH
Entrepreneur and philanthropist, Mr Muller-Stach brings over 25 years of marketing, advertising and sales in diverse, highly competitive markets. Following his heart, the love of music pulled him to Los Angeles to pursue his dreams. And with G4L, Markus has created an Artist Centric label that will bring to market a diverse set of artists in multiple genres, empowering them and helping them develop music that will transcend the status quo.
HEAD OF A&R, KEVIN MARTIN
Kevin Martin assists G4L Records in all matters of A&R. Mr Martin is a multi-platinum selling artist, composer and the lead singer of Candlebox -- one of the great Seattle rock bands! Candlebox has toured or played selected shows with such bands as Metallica, Radiohead, The Offspring, Aerosmith, Living Colour, The Flaming Lips, Our Lady Peace, Rush, Henry Rollins, Godsmack, Sponge, Seaweed, Hinder, Suicidal Tendencies and Danzig; and Candlebox was a featured band on the main stage at Woodstock '94!
Candlebox has released 6 studio albums including their latest work "Disappearing in Airports", and later this year will be celebrating Candlebox's 25th Anniversary by performing at Seattle's legendary Paramount Theatre with the original band, the original album, performed cover to cover.
ENTERTAINMENT ATTORNEY, GARY GREENBERG
Gary Greenberg is an entertainment attorney with over 25 years of experience in the music industry representing such clients as Jimmy Cliff, Sergio Mendes, Fantasia, the producers of Kendrick Lamar, and Dave Koz. He co-wrote the popular music industry book, "Everything You’d Better Know About the Record Industry" and the American Bar Association handbook "How to Build and Manage an Entertainment Law Practice". Mr. Greenberg is also a professional drummer, whose credits include Nipsey Hussle and Bone Thugs ‘n Harmony, and teaches a music licensing course at UCLA called "Turning Talent into Dollars"