Veteran exec John Dyer has told Music Week that he wants to make Chrysalis Records “an artist friendly place” and “come up with ideas that will captivate people” as he joins the company as its managing director.
Dyer joins the legendary label - founded in the ‘60s and reborn in 2016 in a deal led by Blue Raincoat Music’s Jeremy Lascelles and Robin Millar CBE - from Domino Records where he was director of operations.
In his new role he ...
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