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Corey Hart Surrenders Publishing To Peermusic

The deal is a joint signing between peermusic’s Canadian and American offices and encompasses Hart’s entire back and future catalogue worldwide, including the hits “Sunglasses at Night” and “Never

Corey Hart Surrenders Publishing To Peermusic

By David Farrell

The deal is a joint signing between peermusic’s Canadian and American offices and encompasses Hart’s entire back and future catalogue worldwide, including the hits “Sunglasses at Night” and “Never Surrender”.


Sony previously represented Hart’s catalogue for the world excluding Canada, and now peermusic’s deal with Hart marks the first time he has agreed to a publishing deal that includes Canada.

The Montreal pop star has sold over 16 million records worldwide, amassing nine consecutive US Billboard Top 40 Hits, and achieving 32 top 40 singles in Canada.

Neville Quinlan, peermusic Canada MD, is quoted as stating that “Corey Hart is a true Canadian icon – his musical legacy and the incredible excitement that his new EP has generated is proof of that. Few songwriters achieve the kind of global success that Corey has, so it’s an honour to welcome him to the peermusic family.”

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