After working for the record shop Revolver in Bristol and Creation Records, Jeff Barrett founded the label Heavenly in 1990.
Since its creation, Heavenly has been instrumental in the successes of Edwyn Collins, Manic Street Preachers, Beth Orton and is now developing new talents such as Temples, Hooton Tennis Club and Gwenno among others.
Number #1 selling album with "The Last Broadcast" by Doves.
Independent Records Label of The Year award at the Music Week Awards 2015.
Mercury Prize nominations for Album of The Year.
Brit Awards nominations for Beth Orton and Doves.
Brit Award for Beth Orton as Best Female Artist.
Music Week Award as best Independent Record Company in 2015.
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Jeff Barrett becomes Creation records first employee.
Jeff Barrett starts as press officer for Factory Records.
Heavenly is established.
Sign The Manic Street Preachers for two singles and propel the band to national acclaim.
Heavenly starts the Heavenly Social Night in Albany with residents The Chemical Brothers.
Opens The Social bar in W1.
Temples’ debut album "Sun Structures" released, charting top 10. The 100th release on the label to date.
Heavenly celebrates its 25th birthday with ‘A Heavenly Weekend In Hebden’, a four-day festival at The Trades Club in the West Yorkshire Pennine town of Hebden Bridge.