Brett Boyett and Karen Clark have launched a new independent label, Fate Entertainment.
Clark, a seasoned music publisher and intellectual property attorney, will assume business development and legal affairs for the Nashville-based label, while Boyett will fulfill A&R and production responsibilities. Distribution for the label is handled through Vydia.
Before the formation of Fate Entertainment, Clark was hailed as one of the top corporate lawyers in the country, spending over 30 years of her career with The Procter and Gamble Company, ultimately serving as Vice President of Global Legal and Global Business Services. Her late husband, Frank Larry, along with Clark, created the Nashville-based music publishing company A Million Midnights Music with Dan Truman of Diamond Rio.
Over the years, Boyett has worked as a composer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer with hundreds of credits in film and TV. Most recently, he served as executive music producer and composer on the feature film Forever My Girl, where he worked with artists like Travis Tritt, Lauren Alaina, Phillip Sweet (Little Big Town), and Mickey Guyton. Boyett recently formed and joined the Fate Entertainment trio, Nashvillains.
“We are ready to put our stamp on the music industry with a creative approach to the typical entertainment business model by thinking outside of the box and by letting the music we create speak for itself,” says Boyett.
Fate Entertainment’s roster currently includes Nashville-based trio Nashvillains and pop artist Ariel Bellvalaire.
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