Robert Rigby Signs Paulini To Decca
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Robert Rigby Signs Paulini To Decca

by Paul Cashmere on October 12, 2014

in New Music,News,Noise Pro

Robert Rigby, the man behind the platinum success of Russell Morris, has signed Paulini to iconic record label Decca for a new album.

Rigby, the founder of the Ambition Music Group, the label behind Morris, Marcia Hines and Wendy Matthews recent releases, is also the Executive Manager of A&R for Decca Records in Australia.

Decca, the label behind the hits of Engelbert Humperdinck, Tom Jones and The Rolling Stones in the 60s, has been reactivated under Rigby via Universal Music for Australia.

Paulini has been working on her album ‘Comes Alive’ throughout 2014 and travelled the globe to New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Berlin and London to work with some the finest producers including Chris Rosa (Macy Gray/Jamie Foxx), Erik ‘Blue2th’ Griggs (Jordin Sparks/Dreamgirls soundtrack) and Philippe-Marc Anquetil (Little Mix/Timomatic).

Paulini has been developing as a songwriter. She wrote the hits from the winners of The Voice in France and the Phillippines this year. She has also written all of the songs for the album. The first single ‘Air Is All Out’ will be released on October 17.

Paulini selected discography

Album:
One Determined Heart (no 1, 2004)

Singles:
Angel Eyes (no 1, 2004)
We Can Try (no 30, 2004)
Rough Day (no 26, 2006)
So Over You (no 49, 2006)

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