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Howie Day, Cooper Temple Clause, Rondor Publishing’s Fate?

In Noteworthy on May 10, 2007 at 6:26 pm

Howie Day’s last album sold 800,000. His third album (produced by Better Than Ezra’s Kevin Griffin and Fray producer Mike Flynn, Warren Huart taking engineering duties) is supposedly complete but the 2007 release date may be delayed because of Day recently entering rehab. Howie’s manager: Kevin Spellman at Career Artists Management (Maroon 5).

Sanctuary Records UK act Cooper Temple Clause is no more.

Is there any truth to the rumor that in order for BMG Publishing to be consumed by Universal Publishing, the latter will first have to rid itself of its Rondor unit to move forward in the acquisition?


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