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Julia Stone Signs With BMG

by Paul Cashmere

Julia Stone is BMG Australia’s latest signing.

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Don Felder American Rock N Roll

Don Felder Gives Life to ‘Sun’, a Song the Eagles Rejected in 1974

by Paul Cashmere

Former Eagles guitarist Don Felder has completed a 45 year cycle by completing the song ‘Sun’ for his new album ‘American Rock ‘N’ Roll’. He wrote the song for Eagles in 1974. Henley and Frey rejected it.

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Illy

Illy Signs Publishing Deal With BMG

by Paul Cashmere

Illy has joined BMG Publishing. BMG Publishing is home to Peking Duk, LDRU, SAFIA, Golden Features, AC/DC, Wolfmother, The Living End, Winston Surfshirt, Didirri, Meg Mac, Drapht, Montaigne, Matt Corby, Running Touch, Polographia, Dead Letter Circus and many more.

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Peking Duk DJ Duk

Peking Duk become children’s book authors

by Paul Cashmere

Adam Hyde and Reuben Styles of Peking Duk have authored a children’s book.

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L to R: Jason Herbison, Alexandra Cunningham, Natalie Mandel (of Fremantle Media), Amy Jarman & Heath Johns (of BMG Australia)

BMG Partner to Supply Music to Neighbours

by Paul Cashmere

Neighbours has switched publisher for the first time since the show started and will now be represented by BMG.

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Yusaf - Cat Stevens at Rod Laver Arena Melbourne on Monday 27 November 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Cat Stevens Signs With BMG

by Paul Cashmere

Yusuf Islam (aka Cat Stevens) has entrusted his entire songwriting catalogue to BMG Publishing as well as various gems from the recording “Cat-O-Log’ with nine albums dating back to 1976.

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Peking Duk

BMG To Take Peking Duk Global

by Paul Cashmere

Canberra’s Peking Duk are going global via BMG.

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Dead Letter Circus

Dead Letter Circus Signs To BMG

by Noise11.com

Brisbane’s Dead Letter Circus is the latest signing to BMG Australia.

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Angus Young AC/DC Etihad Stadium, Rock Or Bust World Tour. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Iconic Australian Record Label Alberts Sold To BMG

by Paul Cashmere

Albert Music, the iconic Australian music label started in 1884, has been sold to German company BMG.

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Charlie Watts, The Rolling Stones (photo by Ros O'Gorman)

ABKCO Explains Rolling Stones BMG Deal

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

On Wednesday, BMG announced that it had signed a deal with the Rolling Stones to handle their publishing.

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