Les Rolling Stones cèdent (enfin) les droits de cette chanson

26 Mai, 2019, 17:08 | Auteur: Christine Menetries

Tout le monde se souvient du clip de "Bitter Sweet Symphony ", qui a marqué l'année 1997. Retour sur un litige qui a vu s'opposer les musiciens de The Verve à l'un des plus célèbres groupes de rock au monde, les Rolling Stones.

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Richard Ashcroft, l'ancien chanteur de The Verve, a annoncé que Mick Jagger et Keith Richards lui offraient tous les futurs revenus de droits d'auteur issus de Bitter Sweet Symphony, le plus gros hit qu'il ait jamais... écrit. C'est le résultat d'une longue requête de la part de son management envers le management des Stones, explique le Soir. J'aimerais remercier ceux sans qui cela n'aurait pas été possible: mes managers Steve Kutner et John Kennedy, les managers des Stones Joyce Smyth et Jody Klein (pour avoir répondu au téléphone) et j'aimerais enfin adresser mes remerciements sincères à Mick et Keith.

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