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September 2008
Music Week;9/27/2008, Issue 39, p2
Trade Publication
This article discusses music recording contracts signed by musicians Dan Black and Lisa Mitchell. Black, formerly of alternative rock music group Servant, has contracted with A&M Records and will release an album in 2009. Mitchell has contracted with RCA and is recording an album with producer Ant Whiting.


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