Universal Music Enterprises strikes label deal with T-Boy Records

Universal Music Enterprises (UMe) has signed a label deal with T-Boy Records, which is run by veteran rock manager Andy Gould.

T-Boy Records (named after Gould’s first job in England as a tea boy for Beatles producer George Martin and his renowned AIR London Studio team) will release new music from established hard-rock acts as well as being active in licensing catalogue for sync opportunities.

Gould’s CV includes sales exceeding fifteen million worldwide and seven Grammy nominations with artist Rob ...

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