Decca's trump card: Imelda May

James Hanley

The Irish singer on her winning partnership with Decca, as the label celebrates its 90th birthday.


“I think it’s eight years, I think it was an eight-year, four-album deal that I signed, which is really unusual. A lot of record labels are wary of giving people the time, whereas Decca have always been great with me and have given me time to develop as an artist and never pushed me in any ...

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