Remembering David Bowie: Warner Music's Nigel Reeve

Mark Sutherland

As the shockwaves continue to reverberate around the world of music at David Bowie’s death last week, the great man’s catalogue of great albums has been surging back up the charts.

One man who’s been closer than most to that catalogue over the years is Nigel Reeve, Warner Music International’s VP, global A&R and content development.

Since 1995, Reeve has worked with Team Bowie on the great man’s catalogue, much of which is now handled by Warner Music. While ...

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