International: Newsline

Birnkraut, Gesa; Sexton, Paul; Lofthus, Kai R.; Dezzani, Mark; Ferguson, Tom; Lungquist, Anders; White, Adam
April 1999
Billboard;04/03/99, Vol. 111 Issue 14, p57
Trade Publication
Presents news relating to the sound recording industry around the world for the week ending April 3, 1999. Finances of the Hamburg, Germany-based independent record company edel AG for 1998; Money raised for the Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy and Norwood Ravenswood children's charities by the international auction of original lyric sheets and memorabilia at London, England's Sound Republic; Joint venture between executive Robin Godfrey-Cass and Sony Independent Labels Europe; Other news.


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