Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

Fans can take a chance on the musical sequel “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again” which is out 20th July. The film soundtrack includes some of ABBA's most iconic songs performed by the cast including newest member Cher.
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Dutch Premiere of Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

Dutch Premiere: ‘Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again’

On July 17th The Film ‘Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again’ premiered in Pathe Tuchinki, Amsterdam.

This feel-good film contains all the well-known ABBA songs like ‘Waterloo’, Dancing Queen’ and of course ‘Mamma Mia’.

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Shane MacGowan and Steve Mac presented with Ivor Novello Awards

The 63rd Ivor Novello Awards honoured UMPG writers Shane MacGowan and Steve Mac. Shane MacGowan was presented with The Ivors Inspiration Award – in recognition of the power of his songwriting to inspire the creative talents of others. Steve Mac won the award for PRS For Music Most Performed Work, for co-writing Ed Sheeran's ‘Shape Of You'. 

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UMPG executives recognized in Billboard 2018 International Power Players list

Billboard has released it’s 2018 International Power Players list which includes four Universal Music Publishing Group executives. Andrew Jenkins (President of Australia and Asia Pacific, UMPG), Alexandra Lioutikoff (Executive VP Latin America and US Latin, UMPG) and Mike McCormack (Managing Director UK, UMPG) are all recognized in the Publishing category, whilst Jackie Alway, (SVP International Legal & Industry Affairs, UMPG) is included in the Trade Groups category. 

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Fever Ray - The Red Bulletin article

Check out the great article in Red Bull's magazine "The Red Bulletin" about Fever Ray and her crew breaking boundaries on tour - "an atmosphere of total transparency: of community, compassion, freedom and empowerment".

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New signing - Soleima

Universal Music Publishing Scandinavia are happy to announce the global signing of artist, songwriter and producer Soleima.

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ABBA news

Decades after ABBA's greatness they are more up-to-date than ever.
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