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East West to release Robert Plant in UK



Photo: [L-R] Dan Chalmers (president, East West, Rhino & ADA UK) David Bither (SVP, Nonesuch), Nicola Powell (Robert Plant’s management), Robert Plant, Max Lousada (CEO, Warner Music UK) and Matthew Rankin (VP, international marketing, Nonesuch)

Robert Plant’s new album is to be released via East West Records in September, in conjunction with a wider global Nonesuch/WB campaign.

The release will be one of the first on the recently-revived East West label at Warner Music, and is Plant’s first solo studio release since 2010’s Band Of Joy, which hit No.3 on the Official UK chart - where it was issued by Decca. Co-produced by Buddy Miller, it revived the name of Plant’s 1967 band and featured several stellar country/Americana musicians performing music from Low, Townes Van Zant, Richard Thompson, and others.

Read the entire story at: MusicWeek
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