David Bowie may leave troubled EMI 08 Nov 2011
David Bowie's contract ends in January and he is reportedly in talks with Universal Music and Sony.
David Bowie is reportedly on the brink of walking away from EMI, the troubled UK music group in the middle of an auction, after a 15-year relationship in which the label held the rights to the bulk of his back catalogue including classic albums Ziggy Stardust and Space Oddity.
Bowie's contract comes to an end in January and the Financial Times reports today that EMI have declined to comment.
Bowie is apparently in talks with Universal Music and Sony Music, who hold the rights to his output since 1995. Continued...
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