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News July 27, 2017

TEG partners with Division Agency, Stephen Budd comments on Bieber cancellation, and more

TEG partners with Division Agency, Stephen Budd comments on Bieber cancellation, and more

Here’s all the music industry news you need to know today.

Disco legends KC AND THE SUNSHINE BANDVILLAGE PEOPLE and SISTER SLEDGE will hit a day on the green this December – via ADOTG

Universal promotes Thijs Mantel in Holland as MD Norbert Plantinga exits company – via MBW

TEG, local Ticketing, Live Entertainment and Data Analytics company, has today announced a strategic alliance with the Division Agency to promote national tours and events featuring electronic dance music acts. The joint venture comes after Jason Ayoubi joined the Division Agency as a Partner and Director, reuniting with Scott Robertson. In tandem, they were the driving force behind Future Music Festival and Summadayze. – via TEG

New LinkedIn tool tells businesses about who’s visiting their websites – via TechCrunch

The Toyota Country Music Festival, Tamworth will return in January with Troy Cassar-DaleyLee KernaghanThe McClymontsSara Storer, John Williamson and Adam Eckersley Band. – via TCMF

Universal Music Asia Signs Recording artist Anggun – via UMG

As it prepares to go public, Spotify faces yet another lawsuit over unpaid royalties. But who’s really to blame for this lingering problem? – via FastCo

UK music exec and Give A Home founder Stephen Budd interviewed on BBC World about Justin Bieber’s tour cancellation. – via Twitter

UK recorded music business on course for $150m+ growth in 2017 – via MBW

Cara Delevingne has written and recorded the Pharrell-produced soundtrack to her latest film, Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets. – via Standard

Latest Apple Music ad uses motorcycles, patriotism & country star Brantley Gilbert – via AppleInsider

Sony/ATV Music Publishing has signed Zak Abel to a worldwide publishing deal. – via RotD

Cut Copy release video for latest single Airborne

This article originally appeared on The Industry Observer, which is now part of The Music Network.


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