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Artemis Records was a New Yorkmarker-based independent record label, founded in July 1999 by former chairman/CEO Danny Goldberg and closed in April 2006.

The label, distributed by E1 Entertainment, was home to a diverse group of artists including Spacehog, Lisa Loeb, Crossbreed, Steve Earle, Black Label Society, Sugarcult, Better Than Ezra, Boston, dope, Little Barrie, Stephan Smith, Kittie (former label), The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Lollipop Lust Kill, Jaguar Wright, Ruff Ryders, John Hiatt, Khia, Kurupt, The Pretenders, Peter Wolf, Alan Parsons, Jeffrey Gaines, and the late Warren Zevon.

Artemis was the # 1 U.S. independent label in terms of market share from 2001-03. It released the last three albums of Warren Zevon's career including the Grammy winning The Wind, five albums by Steve Earle including his Grammy winner The Revolution Starts Now, as well as gold albums by Kittie, Kurupt and Khia. Artemis also released the triple-platinum album Who Let the Dogs Out by the Baha Men, as well as albums by The Pretenders, Rickie Lee Jones and Jimmie Vaughan.

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