RUSHFREAK101 Posted May 20, 2016 Share Posted May 20, 2016 . "I think the first year will be pretty selective in terms of what we're going to do," Curran admits. "I don't think we're going to blow our brains out and go from five or six acts to 20 acts. But the appetite to bring in and work on more projects is definitely present."In the meantime, Curran and label services manager Tyler Tasson, who accompanied him from SRO Management - pre-ole co-owners (along with Rush members Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart) of the Anthem Music Group and Mark-Cain Publishing (which ole purchased, along with associated masters, in March 2015) - have plenty of work to keep them occupied.Aside from prepping the 40th anniversary deluxe edition of 2112 and a documentary of Rush's R40 tour that is looking to be released in 2016's fourth quarter, Curran is pouring over the catalogue to prep long-unavailable titles for reissue, digitally, on CD and on vinyl. ... and despite the trio announcing their retirement from global touring, Curran feels positive that Rush will be writing, recording and releasing more music."If I was a gambling man, I would say those guys are going to record some more music," Curran says. "The live component is certainly a question mark with Neil, but they're still quite young at heart. I don't see those guys sitting still for too long and we'll be working with them in the future." ... http://www.fyimusicnews.ca/articles/2016/05/20/ole-label-services-soars-anthem here is the link to the entire article. This is great news 9 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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