Numerous reasons can be behind the rise of a particular enterprise. For some, it could be their top-notch products or services or how they have utilized trends to attract a highly-lucrative market. In the case of Chris Dobry, his success as a musician and entrepreneur is a product of his ability to enable success for others.
Chris Dobry stands at the helm of Stryker Records, an all-rounded company dedicated to promoting live concerts, managing artists, and releasing music worldwide. Heavily fueled by his passion for the craft, this platform has not only elevated Chris’s career but is also credited for fast-tracking the journey of other artists.
He was fourteen when this musician got his first bass guitar, and from that point forward, he became immensely hooked with live music. His interest would then evolve into becoming the driving force behind the eventual establishment of Stryker Records. Founded in 1997, it is a testament to the success one can achieve despite multiple hurdles when they are fueled with determination and a vision.
Chris Dobry started without a dime to his name but pushed through with introducing the company to the world, a feat that was made possible thanks to his idea to put on a battle of the bands in his hometown of Green Bay, Wisconsin. After a series of press releases, this esteemed music enthusiast was able to secure an interview on the local CBS station on the same night as the Grammy Awards, which resulted in the event garnering a lot of attention and receiving the initial funds necessary to launch the label.
Soon afterward, Chris Dobry then moved the operations of his venture to Detroit, Michigan, where he was hired by Euphoria Productions. Focusing on promoting large events, he worked with A-list country artists like Merle Haggard and John Anderson.
Today, Stryker Records is acknowledged for having promoted artists like Saving Abel, Saliva, and Rick Monroe, to name a few. In collaboration with Holly Hutchison of AnRGirl, Chris Dobry has also elevated Stryker Records recording artists Jamie Fontaine and The Level to the #20 spot on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Indicator chart and #7 on the Concrete/Foundations chart with their single, Save Your Life.
More and more musicians have signed up with Stryker Records, one of which is its first hip-hop artist, Drew Lines, whose singles will be produced by Malcolm Springer at The House of Blues Studio. And known for promoting newsworthy live music events, this label also boasts headliners composed of gold and platinum recording artists, such as Merle Haggard, SheDaisy, John Anderson, Saliva, Rick Monroe, Saving Abel, Tantric, LA Guns, and many more.
In the coming years, Stryker Records, under the leadership of Chris Dobry, is bound to make big waves in the industry for acting not only as a record label but also as an events promoter and a platform dedicated to managing talents. In addition, it will continue to go all-out in providing opportunities to every artist signed to the label, pushing them to the top and helping them live out their passion for music. Know more about Chris Dobry and Stryker Records by visiting the company’s Facebook and Instagram page.