Bob Dylan sells entire publishing catalogue to Universal Music

Deal covers 600 songs including Blowin’ in the Wind and Knockin’ on Heaven’s DoorUniversal Music has struck a deal to buy the rights to Bob Dylan’s entire catalogue of 600 songs, from Blowin’ in the Wind to Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door, in the biggest music publishing deal in decades.Dylan, whose body of work over six decades made him the first songwriter to be awarded the Nobel prize in literature in 2016, has sold more than 125m records worldwide. Continue reading... Continue reading at 'The Guardian'

[ The Guardian | 2020-12-07 12:40:36 UTC ]
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