Ferdy Unger-Hamilton: I'll make Columbia the UK's 'most exciting label'

Mark Sutherland

New Columbia Records UK president Ferdy Unger-Hamilton has vowed to take the legendary record label back to the top.

Unger-Hamilton starts his new gig today (Monday) after Sony Music UK and Ireland chairman/CEO Jason Iley handed him the top job at the label last week. And, in his first interview since leaving Polydor back in February, Unger-Hamilton told Music Week he plans to hit the ground running.

“Columbia should be the strongest label in the industry,” he said. “I don’t ...

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