They call him the “poster boy” for their rise and rise. He calls them a “young indie label with the muscle of an old pro”. The relationship between Jack Savoretti and BMG is a reminder that, with the right nurturing, talent can still overcome years of setbacks and land in the Top 10.
Buoyed by the remarkable, long-tail success of Written In Scars, his fourth album and first for BMG, the singer-songwriter unveils the follow-up, Sleep No More, on October ...
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