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Sony BMG heavyweights and Disney clash

Von: hannahhairdooo@gmail.com [Profil]
Datum: 10.10.2008 07:20
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Newsgroup: uk.music.christianalt.gossip.celebrities alt.religion.christian-teen dc.music rec.music.christian
I just received an e-mail from a source that wishes to remain unnamed,
from the e-mail account of a Krystal Meyers fan site that I run, and
found out that the matter may be going to court.  It seems the
debarcle resulted in various heavyweights getting involved:
- Terry Hemmings, President and CEO of Provident Music Group
- Scott A. Knight, VP of Business Affairs at the Provident Music Group
- Jordyn Conner, A&R Manager of Krystal Meyers
- Mitchell Solarek, Manager of MAKE SOME NOISE
- Dave Hopper, Manager at Maximum Artist Management (Managing Company
of Krystal Meyers)

Who knows. Just like Paris Hilton, maybe they’ll decide to do a proper
cover-up, and donate all the money made to charity.

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Tags: charity, cover-up, dave hopper, jeremy shum, jordyn conner,
krystal meyers, make some noise, maximum artist management, miley5,
miley5.net, mitchell solarek, paris hilton, provident music group,
scott a. knight, scott knight, sex scandal, terry hemmings

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