PRO Agency has signed a deal to manage the worldwide neighboring rights of Dieter Dierks and his company Breeze Music.
Dieter Dierks has produced music for the Scorpions and Tangerine Dream and is head of the legendary Dierks Studios in Stommeln near Cologne, Germany.
Breeze Music owns legendary Krautrock labels Ohr, Pilz and Kosmische Kuriere.
PRO Agency was founded in 2012 by the German distributor Cargo Records and now independently adminsters neighboring rights for producers and performers at 43 collecting societies worldwide.
Its partners on the label and distribution side include Kompakt, Cinq Music, Berliner Philharmoniker Recordings, Majestic Casual and on the performing artists side Parcels, Carsten Nicolai, Zeal & Ardor and Sophie Hunger.
Breeze Music GmbH, Venus Records and Dierks Studios are among the oldest production companies in Germany. The sole owner Dieter Dierks has been producing in his various studios in Pulheim/Stommeln since the end of the 1960s.
“With Dieter Dierks we were able to convince one of the most important and successful artistic producers of our service.”
Alexander Warnke, PRO Agency
Alexander Warnke, CEO of PRO Agency, said: “With Dieter Dierks we were able to convince one of the most important and successful artistic producers of our service.
“We are delighted to be able to work with such an exciting repertoire, that is so important for German music history”.
“We are pleased to be able to hand over the important field of the international administration of neighboring rights for the label and artist side to competent hands.”
Stefan Trapp, Breeze Music
Stefan Trapp, Label Manager Breeze Music, added: “Considering the large number of activities in the Dierks Studios/Breeze Music, we are pleased to be able to hand over the important field of the international administration of neighboring rights for the label and artist side to competent hands.”
Pictured [Left to Right]: Stefan Trapp (Breeze Music), Alexander Warnke (PRO Agency), Dieter Dierks (Breeze Music), Yannic Schemion (PRO Agency).
Credit: A. WulffMusic Business Worldwide
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