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Ed Sheeran Announces North American Headline Arena Tour

on April 14, 2014 - 12:24pm

3x-Grammy® Nominee’s Highly Anticipated Trek Kicks Off On August 22nd At Seattle’s Wamu Theater;

Pharrell Williams-Produced Lead Single “Sing” Lighting Up Radio Stations Across The Country Following Electrifying Performance On NBC’s Saturday Night Live;

 Pre-Order For British Phenom’s Forthcoming Second Album Rockets To #1;

“X” Arrives June 23

Atlantic recording artist Ed Sheeran has announced plans for his first-ever headlining arena tour of North America.

Warner Music Nashville Promotes Scott Hendricks to Executive Vice President, A&R

on April 9, 2014 - 12:26pm

Award-Winning Producer Expands Role at Legendary Country Music Label

Warner Music Nashville (WMN), the Nashville-based recorded music operation of Warner Music Group, today announced the promotion of Scott Hendricks to Executive Vice President, A&R. Hendricks—who produced Blake Shelton’s Grammy-nominated album and CMA Album of the Year, Based On A True Story…—will oversee the development of new talent and existing signings by helping to identify songs, songwriters and producers, as well as provide A&R resource and creative support, on behalf of WMN.

WMG Acquisition Corp. Announces Receipt of Requisite Consents With Respect To Tender Offer and Consent Solicitation For 11.5% Senior Notes Due 2018

on April 7, 2014 - 12:28pm

WMG Acquisition Corp. (the “Company”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Warner Music Group Corp. (“Warner Music Group” or “WMG”), today announced that as of 1:00 p.m.


Alain Lanceron Named President, Warner Classics & Erato

on April 7, 2014 - 12:25pm

Senior team confirmed; Jean-Philippe Rolland becoming EVP, International A&R and Business Development, Markus Petersen assuming title of SVP, Global Marketing and Operations, and Bertrand Castellani as VP, International Catalogue

Warner Music Group Corp. (WMG) today unveiled its new-look Classics division with the announcement that Alain Lanceron is named President, Warner Classics and Erato.


Johnny Hallyday Signs With Décibels Productions For Next Tour

on April 4, 2014 - 12:32pm

French Superstar Extends Deal With Warner Music France
Johnny Hallyday, France’s most iconic recording artist, has chosen Décibels Productions, a subsidiary of Warner Music France, to produce his next concert tour. At the same time, Warner Music France is pleased to announce that Hallyday has extended his recording contract with the label.
Hallyday’s next album will be produced by Don Was (Rolling Stones, U2, Bob Dylan). Slated for release in late 2014, it will be followed by a major tour in 2015.
Hallyday has been a Warner Music France recording artist since 2006. His latest album,