Red Barn




1940s - 1952




Red Barn Records was founded in the late 1940s in Chicago, Illinois by ex-rustic comic Delbert (Deb) Dyer. The first release was a Ted West recording. The label soon relocated to 318 W. Tenth Street. Kansas City, Missouri. The label is associated to the White Church Record label.

The label seems to got defunct in 1952.

Source: Hillbilly-Researcher

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