Primary Wave Turns Up the Volume on Music Deals

Music publisher Primary Wave capped off 2021 with deals for music rights from London folk-rock band America and blues rock baritone Paul Rodgers, investing $40 million and $20 million, respectively, according to people close to the deals. The company, which owns the music rights of Whitney Houston, Bob Marley, Prince and Bing Crosby, plans to turn up its deal volume this year.

Source: WSJ News Exclusive | Primary Wave Turns Up the Volume on Music Deals

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