Sony BMG restructuring

The changes affect a number of its joint-venture labels, including 1965 Records, Sony BMG's joint venture with James Endeacott, which is to be brought in-house, with the team to be based at the Sony BMG head office in Kensington from the New Year. 1965 is home to artists including Holy Ghost Revival and The View, whose second studio album is due in the New Year.

Meanwhile, the major's relationship with Brightside CEO Hugh Goldsmith has changed, with the veteran A&R ...

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