Rebecca Allen: Decca can take on the world

Mark Sutherland

Decca boss Rebecca Allen has pledged to turn the veteran label into a “global music entertainment business” after her promotion to president of Decca Records Group UK.

Allen steps up after one of the label’s most successful periods in its recent history, characterised by a varied roster of hits from The Shires to Vera Lynn, and Gregory Porter to Imelda May.

It has also enjoyed runaway success with Michael Ball & Alfie Boe’s Together album, which won the Music Week ...

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