Bruce Springsteen Sells Catalog to SONY Music

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The Boss, aka Bruce Springsteen, struck a deal with SONY Music. He has sold his music catalog of five decades from Columbia to SONY. This is the biggest exchange for an artist’s body of work ever.

Both Springsteen and his former label Columbia had no comment on the deal. The transaction is valued at a cool $550 million. The exchange fell under two deals–one for his music and one for his songwriting.

David Bowie’s estate is planning on selling his songwriting rights by year’s end as well.

Written by: Robert Frezza

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