New edition of Music Week out now

New edition of Music Week out now

Trailblazing super-agent and 2018 MITs Award recipient Emma Banks stars on the cover of the new issue of Music Week

The CAA co-head, who reps artists such as Red Hot Chili Peppers, Muse, Kylie Minogue and Florence + The Machine, talks us through her incredible 30-year career and reveals some of the secrets of her success.

In this week's Big Story we look back at Thursday's Music Week Sync Awards to bring you the inside track on the sector's biggest night. Elsewhere in news, we reflect on the inaugural National Album Day and analyse what the "outpouring of love" for the LP could mean for the future of the format, plus there's some huge news from top PR agency Dawbell.

Ahead of the release of the expanded 50th anniversary reissue of The Beatles' seminal White Album next month, producer Giles Martin and Universal Music Group International's Orla Lee-Fisher discuss revisiting a timeless classic, while Professor Jonathan Shalit OBE and Sony Music reveal why the Kingdom Choir could become one of the UK's hottest musical exports in the wake of their Royal Wedding performance. 

Meanwhile, in a special report, we examine the burgeoning Artist Services sector. 

Simply Red's Mick Hucknall tells the story of the band's 1995 No.1 hit Fairground and film composer and recently-anointed BMI Icon Harry Gregson-Williams talks life lessons in The Aftershow.  

We look at the hook-up between L'Oreal Paris and Earl Juke in Sync Story, while this week's hottest brand new act Making Waves is rapper Greentea Peng. 

West London singer-songwriter Westerman is featured On The Radar, and Insanity Group's Cian Cooper Davies is our latest Rising Star.

Plus, there’s all the very latest news, charts and analysis.

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