Bruce Springsteen will sell his catalogue in a deal worth $500 million, it is being reported.
The American songwriter has struck a deal with Sony, one that covers his entire catalogue, including the rights and original masters.
Said to be worth around $500 million, it includes 20 studio albums, 23 live LPs, and over 300 songs.
Billboard reports that the deal between The Boss and Sony Music Publishing will be completed shortly, and follows similar rights-based deals for David Crosby, Bob Dylan, and more.
Bruce Springsteen has not commented publicly on the deal; his most recent album 'Letter To You' came out in 2020.
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