BMG acquired Tina Turner’s music catalog and also her music assets

Tina Turner’ part of her solo performances and copyright assets. In addition to her personal brand licenses, BMG, the world’s fourth-largest record label, she bought on Tuesday.

The Berlin-based group thinks it will collaborate with the 81-year-old queen of blues-rock. To “maintain and grow her artistic stash and ensure her remarkable posterity.” Turner said during a statement. Like any musician, ownership of my life’s effort, of my artistic legacy, seems to be something unique.” “I am convinced knowing that my work is in a professional and trustworthy company with BMG and Warner Music”. Warner Music Group remains his record label.

BMG on Tina Turner’s music career

“Tina Turner’s music career has influenced millions of people around the world. And she remains to get new listeners, ”says the CEO of BMG Hartwig Masuch. We are privileged to be in charge of Tina Turner’s artistic and marketing goals. It is a commitment that we hold in high esteem and will work hard to fulfill. She is, without a doubt, the best.”
Turner’s presence in the media is stronger than it has been in years. If not generations, thanks to a series of initiatives including a Tony-winning Broadway show, an uplifting novel. And, more recently, an HBO docudrama.

Tina Turner
BMG acquired Tina Turner's music catalog and also her music assets

BMG said it plans to make more disclosures in the coming weeks. Like her and other firms should be able to the participations of pop singers, as part of the “long-term activities” of the company. To improve a 21st century house for its most incredible music licensing in the mainstream pop industry.” Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, David Bowie, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Roger Waters, Kurt Cobain, Mick Fleetwood, Blondie, The Kinks and Black Sabbath are some of the musicians whose catalogs or brands BMG has ventured into.

Turner and her manager and husband, Erwin Bach, received official support for the contract. By Torsten Siefert of Kiso Siefert Dropmann in Germany and Bär & Karrer in Switzerland, according to BMG. Lawyers Lenz & Staehelin in Switzerland, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips in the United States. Simkins in the UK, EY and Royalty Consulting assisted BMG.

Success of Tina Turner

The Turner creator part of his records, the music licensing writer part. And his name, face and character are also part of that deal, according to BMG.

Tina Turner enjoyed significantly greater financial acclaim as a solo artist in the 1980s. After parting ways with Ike Turner and their hugely powerful duo career. With recordings like “Private Dancer” and songs like “What’s Love Got to Do With It”. She has released ten studio albums, two full album covers, two soundtracks, and five solo collections. She has 12 Grammy Awards to her name, as well as being a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. As members of the Ike and Tina Turner combo and individually.

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