Wednesday, July 9, 2008

How Artists Escape the Major Labels Thru “Re-performance"

When an artist signs with a major record label, the contract will typically include a provision granting the label with the rights to the performance. The label also will retain rights for a number of years after the termination of the contract. Now artists have discovered they can re-perform the old hits and keep the profit.

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