Star Creek Entertainment was founded in 2009 by country music artists/music executives Luanne Hunt and Randolph Michaud. Its initial focus was offering recording contracts to artists, as well as radio promotion and music marketing services.
It serviced a variety of genres, including country, folk, gospel and old school rock and roll. One of the first acts SCE signed was the 1960s multi-platinum-selling group rock band The Royal Guardsmen, who are best known for their hits "Snoopy vs. The Red Baron" and "Snoopy’s Christmas.”
In 2012, SCE branched out to music and book publishing, cutting its artist roster back to only Hunt and Michaud. It signed three authors to book publishing deals, including renowned investigative reporter Frank C. Girardot. SCE published Girardot’s gripping true crime novel “Name Dropper” in 2014.
"Name Dropper" became a best-selling Ebook and paved the way for Girardot to appear on numerous television and radio talk shows, such as “Dateline NBC” and Greta Van Susteren's popular Fox network program, "On the Record."
Most recently, SCE began producing live concerts in Apple Valley, California. Since the Fall of 2015, the company has produced several sell-out shows, including tributes to John Denver, Patsy Cline and Roy Orbison.