David Bowie’s Estate Sells Publishing Catalog For $250 Million To Warner Chappell Music

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Warner Chappell Music has acquired David Bowie’s publishing catalog for close to $250 million after months of negations with Bowie’s estate. The catalog includes six decades of Bowie’s music including songs such as “Heroes,” “Changes,” “Space Oddity,” Fame,” Let’s Dance,” Rebel Rebel,” Golden Years,” “Ziggy Stardust,” “All The Young Dudes,” his 1981 collab with Queen “Under Pressure” and many more. Securing this deal brings almost all of Bowie’s music into the Warner system. Last September, the estate announced a global partnership with Warner Music that will bring Bowie’s music from 1968 thro…

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