New York (Associated Press)-From the late 1960s until his death in 2016, David Bowie’s extensive music catalog has been sold to Warner Chapel Music.
Bowie’s 26 studio albums released during his lifetime included more than 400 songs, including “Space Wonder”, “Ziggy Stardust”, “Fame”, “Rebel Rebel” and “Let’s Dance”, a recording studio after his death Album, Toy, the two studios include Tin Machine albums, as well as tracks released as singles from the original soundtrack and other projects.
The financial details of the sale were not announced. Warner Chapell is the music publishing department of Warner Music Group. Bruce Springsteen sold his catalog to Sony Music for $500 million last month. In recent years, people who have sold some or all of the catalog include Bob Dylan, Neil Young, and Stevie Nix.
David Bowie was born in 1947 in David Jones in London, and died in January 2016 after 18 months of battling cancer. As a performer, Bowie has an unpredictable style, blending European boredom with American rhythms and his changing role and wardrobe. The haggard and knowledgeable Bowie brought an open, dramatic and androgynous style to pop music, changing the meaning of a rock star. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1996.
Last year, Warner Music Group reached an agreement with Bowie Manor, and Warner Music obtained a global license for Bowie’s 1968 music catalog.
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