Andy Heath on GRD collapse: 'All sectors must now work together'

RHIAN JONES

The collapse of the Global Repertoire Database must not halt the industry’s ambition to create the basis for flexible worldwide licensing.

That’s according to UK Music chairman - and Beggars Group director - Andy Heath. In a letter to Music Week, he wrote of the “significant disappointment” regarding the news that GRD in its original form was effectively dead (‘Great Ruddy Disaster’ - Music Week 04/07/14).

“All the members of UK Music have discussed this event and agreed that ...

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