Saturday, 27 June 2015 20:32

Dave Stewart Joins BMG in Mega-Deal

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Dave Stewart (credit Paul Boyd)

Powerhouse BMG has announced that multi-faceted businessman and artist Dave Stewart will be joining their team having inked a “wide-ranging deal” with the publishing house.

As part of the deal, BMG, well known for its music services, will also branch into “Book and TV Content” territories, among “other innovative projects.”

Additionally, as the official announcement points out, BMG will acquire exclusive admin rights to Dave Stewart’s creative catalog including hits with Mick Jagger, Stevie Nicks, Joss Stone and many more.

Industry superstar Stewart, who created the “forthcoming prime-time NBC songwriting talent show Songland,” has also worked out exclusive admin deals for the contestants’ songs from the show.

To read the rest of the deal-points and the full announcement head to BMG.com!

 

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