Clear Channel, Dualtone Music Group Sign Music Licensing Deal
New York, NY; Nashville, TN Jun 5, 2013 Clear Channel Media and Entertainment and Dualtone Music Group, a boutique independent music label, announced an agreement that enables Dualtone and its artists to share revenue from Clear Channel's broadcast and digital radio.
Dualtone Music Group is a Nashville-based independent label specializing in roots rock and indie rock. It was founded in 2001 by Scott Robinson, the label's CEO. Dualtone's current artist roster includes The Lumineers, Shovels and Rope, Ivan and Alyosha, Little Comets and Guy Clark. Overall, Dualtone's artists have been nominated for 17 Grammy Awards, including three wins.
Clear Channel's agreement with Dualtone follows several recent, similar agreements, including Big Machine Label Group, Glassnote Entertainment Group, DashGo, rpm Entertainment, Robbins Entertainment, Naxos, eOne, Wind-up and Fearless Records.
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