BMG Buys Tina Turner Music Rights for a Reported $50 Million

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BMG Buys Tina Turner, Music Rights, for a Reported $50 Million. BMG Buys Tina Turner, Music Rights, for a Reported $50 Million. The BBC reviews that Tina Turner has offered the rights to her total music catalogue to music publishing firm BMG. The BBC reviews that Tina Turner has offered the rights to her total music catalogue to music publishing firm BMG. BMG may even purchase the rights to Turner’s identify, picture and likeness. Business sources declare the corporate paid over $50 million for the deal. In response to BBC, Turner stated that

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Tina Turner sells her whole music catalog to BMG



Iconic musician and performer, Tina Turner, has bought her whole music catalog to the music publishing firm, BMG. 

The 81-year-old singer formally retired in 2009, after her “Tina! fiftieth Anniversary” tour. “I used to be simply bored with singing and making everyone glad,” she recalled to the New York Instances. “That’s all I’d ever finished in my life.”

Tina Turner speaks through the “Tina – The Tina Turner Musical” opening night time at Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on November 07, 2019, in New York Metropolis. (Picture by John Lamparski/Getty Photos)

The sale of her catalog appears to cement her retirement. 

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Tina Turner sells solo music rights to BMG in landmark deal

Tina Turner has offered the rights to her solo again catalogue to BMG.



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The ‘Merely the Finest’ hitmaker has introduced a brand new cope with the foremost label, which can see the music legend’s “life’s work” within the arms of BMG, whereas Warner Music will stay her file label.

In a press release, the 81-year-old icon mentioned: “Like all artist, the safety of my life’s work, my musical inheritance, is one thing private. I’m assured that with BMG and Warner Music my work is in skilled, dependable arms.”

BMG’s CEO Hartwig Masuch added: “We’re honoured

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