Frank Fenter

Music industry executive.

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The Marshall Tucker Band

American rock band from Spartanburg, South Carolina.

The Marshall Tucker Band in 2006

Frank Fenter and Phil Walden signed the Marshall Tucker Band based on those demos.

Capricorn Records

Capricorn Sound Studios in 2014.
Exterior of the newly renovated Mercer Music at Capricorn in 2020.
The view of the Capricorn Studio control room from standing inside Studio A. Little has changed in both the studio space and control room since 1972.

Capricorn Records was an independent record label founded by Phil Walden and Frank Fenter in 1969 in Macon, Georgia.

Phil Walden

Capricorn headquarters, Macon, 2009

Phil Walden (January 11, 1940 – April 23, 2006) was a co-founder of the Macon, Georgia-based Capricorn Records, along with former Atlantic Records executive Frank Fenter.

White Witch (band)

American hard rock band from Tampa, Florida, United States, that made two albums for Capricorn Records in the early 1970s.

White Witch lead singer released Ron Goedert "Breaking All The Rules' in 1980 on Polydor Records and Frank Fenter record company, featuring Riff West on bass, Jack West on drums and Jerry Runyan on guitar the group toured with major acts Toto, Joe Perry, ZZ Top, and Mountain, before disbanding in late 1980. Intended to be the third White Witch LP, Polydor execs would not allow the use of the name owned by Capricorn, so the record was released under Goedert's name. It has never been distributed on CD and is available only on vinyl.

The Fleur de Lys

The Fleur de Lys (initially Les Fleur de Lys [sic]) were a British band originally formed in late 1964, in Southampton, Hampshire, England.

Fleur de Lys were managed by Atlantic Records' Frank Fenter, who had also discovered Sharon Tandy, one of few white artists to record for Stax Records.

Alan Walden

American manager, publisher, booking agent, and promoter.

Alan Walden in 2008 with Blackbird at the signing of their management contract

When Redding died suddenly in 1967, Walden, his brother, and Frank Fenter founded Capricorn Records in Macon, the label that was responsible for bringing The Allman Brothers Band and Southern rock into mainstream America.

Sharon Tandy

South African singer who achieved some success in the United Kingdom in the 1960s as part of the blue-eyed soul and psychedelic movements.

Sharon Tandy (Dutch TV, 1968)

Based in Johannesburg, South Africa, Tandy appeared in South Africa's first beat film, Africa Shakes, and moved to England in 1964 at the suggestion of Frank Fenter, UK head of Atlantic Records, whom she later married.

Feelin' All Right

Tenth studio album and twelfth album overall by the country rock band the New Riders of the Purple Sage.

Frank Fenter – executive supervision for Fast Forward Productions, Inc

Yes (Yes album)

Debut studio album by English rock band Yes, released on 25 July 1969 by Atlantic Records.

In the course of the search for a record label, manager Roy Flynn and Atlantic managing director Frank Fenter secured a deal to have Yes audition at the Speakeasy Club in London for Ahmet Ertegun of Atlantic Records.

Zomba Group of Companies

Music group and division owned by and operated under Sony Music Entertainment.

In December 2000, Volcano Entertainment purchased Capricorn Records from Phil Walden, an independent record label launched by Walden, his brother Alan Walden and Frank Fenter in 1969.