Casino Records logo


Ray Pettinger had a relationship with A&M Records Canada while the promotion director of Haida Records during its distribution deal with A&M and while partners with Terry Jacks at Goldfish Records. When Jacks sold his shares of the company to Pettinger in 1975, Pettinger decided to change the label name to Casino Records. A&M Records of Canada distributed Casino Records from 1975 to 1977.

Ray Pettinger announced Casino Records in May 1975. In June he announced the first four albums on Casino would arrive by September. The initial artist roster were Greenfield, Susan Jacks, Bim and Chilliwack.

One of the more unique record label logos, Casino's relies on elements to evoke the letter C via a record, a tape and a roulette wheel. 

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