According to "Music Business Worldwide", Round Hill has officially bought independent publisher Carlin Music.
The deal is believed to be in the region of $240m and brings over 100,000 copyrights to Round Hill - including classics made famous by the artists such as Elvis Presley, Meat Loaf, James Brown, AC/DC and Billie Holliday... songs like “Are You Lonesome Tonight”, “Fever”, “Happy Together”, “I Got You (I Feel Good)”, ”The Twist”, “La Bamba”, “Chantilly Lace”, “Under the Boardwalk”, “What A Wonderful World”, “Splish Splash”, “Lollipop”, “Total Eclipse of The Heart”, “Paradise By the Dashboard Light”, “Owner of A Lonely Heart”, “Hard To Handle” and “Video Killed The Radio Star”, among many others.
Carlin also owns the rights to Christmas like “Santa Baby”, “Jingle Bell Rock”, “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)”, as well as standout Broadway and classical music.
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