Revered music business veteran Robin Godfrey-Cass, the present UK MD of Spherical Hill Carlin, is leaving the corporate on the finish of June.
Godfrey-Cass has introduced that he’s departing the writer after four-and-a-half years with the corporate.
Godfrey-Cass was initially employed to move up artistic at Spherical Hill/Carlin out of London after Spherical Hill formally closed its acquisition of unbiased writer Carlin Music in January 2018.
He was then appointed as MD of the UK workplace of Spherical Hill Carlin in June 2019.
Robin Godfrey-Cass’s music business profession spans over 30 years.
He was appointed as Warner/Chappell Music UK’s Managing Director in 1985 at age 30, turning into the youngest ever appointed MD for a significant writer.
Promoted in 1990 to Senior Vice President (Europe), and along with his MD duties, he coordinated European acquisitions for Warner/Chappell.
Godfrey-Cass has been closely concerned in dealmaking for Spherical Hill UK.
Among the offers introduced by Spherical Hill in current months embody a music rights acquisition in March (author’s share of publishing, neighbouring rights, and grasp royalty revenue), by way of its Fund 3 Plus, from Herman Rarebell, unique drummer in The Scorpions.
In December, Spherical Hill Music‘s Music Royalty Fund Two automobile acquired the music publishing catalog of legendary producer, author, musician, music supervisor, music writer and DJ, John ‘Jellybean’ Benitez.
In September 2021, Spherical Hill Music Royalty Fund Restricted acquired 100% of the grasp royalty revenue of 532 unique recordings from American traditional R&B group, The O’Jays.
In February 2021, in the meantime, Spherical Hill acquired the catalog of Large Assault members Robert Del Naja and Grant Marshall, and in January 2021, Spherical Hill purchased the catalog of Billy Duffy, songwriter and guitarist with UK rock band, The Cult.
“I shall look again on my time at Spherical hill very fondly and want to thank CEO, Josh Gruss, for all his help. I’m trying ahead to my subsequent journey with an excessive amount of positivity.”
Of his departure and plans for the longer term, Godfrey-Cass stated: “I shall look again on my time at Spherical Hill very fondly and want to thank CEO, Josh Gruss, for all his help. I’m trying ahead to my subsequent journey with an excessive amount of positivity.”Music Enterprise Worldwide