Concord Music has signed a new global long-term publishing deal with Ivor Novello award-winning British songwriter and producer, Steve Robson.
Robson has written songs for the likes of Little Mix, Take That, 5 Seconds Of Summer, Olly Murs and others.
He has sold in excess of 137 million records and has a total of 12 No.1 UK/US singles, 33 No.1 UK/US albums and a further 36 Top 5 UK/US albums and singles.
The new deal, effective from January 1, 2019 for all future copyrights, sees Robson reunited with his former publisher, Kim Frankiewicz.
Grammy nominated, Robson’s accolades also include a Brit Award and winning the BMI song of the year for Rascal Flatts What Hurts The Most.
“He remains at the top of his game and with our newly calibrated global A&R team we look forward to a very exciting future.”
Kim Frankiewicz, Concord Music
Frankiewicz said: “We are so delighted to welcome Steve back to the family!
“He remains at the top of his game and with our newly calibrated global A&R team we look forward to a very exciting future”.
“It’s great to be working with John and Kim again after all the success we had together at Imagem.”
Steve Robson added: “It’s great to be working with John and Kim again after all the success we had together at Imagem.
“I’m looking forward to continuing that success with the new team at Concord”.
Last month Concord Music acquired legendary theatre publisher and licensor Samuel French to launch Concord Theatricals.
The company also recently signed a new global long-term publishing deal with superstar artist and producer, Mark Ronson.
Pictured [Left to Right]: Sara Lord (VP International Sync & Project Development, Concord Music), Ed Poston (Senior A&R Manager, Concord Music), John Minch (President for Europe, Concord Music), Sarah Vaughan (manager), Steve Robson, Kim Frankiewicz (EVP of Worldwide Creative, Concord Music) and Harri Davies (Senior A&R Manager, Concord Music).Music Business Worldwide