Bob Dylan sells entire recorded catalogue to Sony Music | Channel

2022-01-26 06:05:00 PM

Bob Dylan sells entire recorded catalogue to Sony Music

Bob Dylan sells entire recorded catalogue to Sony Music

The agreement follows the singer's massive 2020 deal in which he sold his songwriting catalogue to Universal Music Publishers.

Bob Dylan has sold his entire recorded catalogue to Sony Music in a deal thought to be worth $200 million (R3 billion), according to Billboard.In a statement shared on their, Sony called the deal a"landmark agreement", adding that it"comprises the entirety of Bob Dylan's recorded body of work since 1962, beginning with the artist's self-titled debut album and continuing through 2020's highly acclaimed and successful

Rough and Rowdy Ways".Bob has had a long-standing relationship with Sony, having signed to their label, Columbia Records, in 1961, where he recorded his debut album that same year."Columbia Records and Rob Stringer [chairman of the Sony Music Group] have been nothing but good to me for many, many years and a whole lot of records. I'm glad that all my recordings can stay where they belong," the singer said in the statement.

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