Ralph Peer II, chair and CEO of peermusic, has been awarded the inaugural International Confederation of Music Publishers (ICMP) award for outstanding contribution to music publishing.
Peer heads up the long-running US-based independent publisher which operates 35 offices in 28 countries.
The company holds over a quarter of a million titles with a history of publishing music from the likes of Patti Page, Buddy Holly and Little Richard. Modern day Peer writers include Newton Faulkner and Devlin.
The award recognises ...
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