John Janick

Martens, Todd
August 2007
Billboard;8/25/2007, Vol. 119 Issue 34, p19
Trade Publication
An interview with John Janick, co-founder of record label Fueled By Ramen (FBR) is presented. Janick discusses his association with recording artists Fall Out Boy, Gym Class Heroes, and Less Than Jake. Janick ran his label out of his dorm room as a student at the University of Florida. He comments on FBR's loss of co-founder Vinnie Fiorello in 2005.


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