The Rolling Stones Sign One-Album Deal With Universal
The British band will release a live CD which was recorded in New York in 2006 to coincide with the launch of Martin Scorsese's Rolling Stones documentary Shine A Light in March.
The move comes after frontman Mick Jagger reportedly raised concerns over the band's contract with EMI after the company announced it was axing 2,000 staff.
The band, which has been with EMI for 16 years, will be free to talk to other labels after that deal ends next month.
- The Rolling Stones Gallery
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