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EMI to Distribute S-Curve Titles

EMI has signed a long-term licensing and distribution agreement with Steve Greenberg and his S-Curve Records, the New York-based independent record label that Greenberg founded last year. Under the agreement, EMI will distribute S-Curve repertoire in the US and license it in the rest of the world. S-Curve’s artist roster includes Baha Men, Gabrielle’s Sisters, Jessica Sheeley, and Goofy.

Prior to establishing S-Curve, Greenberg was senior vice president and head of A&R for the then PolyGram-owned Mercury Records where he discovered the pop/rock group Hanson and executive-produced their 10 time platinum album Middle of Nowhere.

Greenberg’s new agreement with EMI sees him re-united with former PolyGram chiefs Alain Levy and David Munns, who recently joined EMI Recorded Music as chairman & CEO and vice chairman respectively.

Munns commented: “Steve is a record man through and through with a very broad-based A&R background. We are delighted that he is bringing his talents and his team to EMI.”

Greenberg said: “I am thrilled to be back in business with Alain Levy and David Munns. The next few years promise to be an exciting time for EMI and I am confident that S-Curve Records will develop a number of hit artists in conjunction with EMI and our U.S. label partner, Capitol Records.”  

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