Round Hill Music Royalty fund agrees to administer neighbouring rights income from Supertramp catalogue

Catalogue includes 39 original recordings

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Douglas Thomson, Bob Siebenberg and John Helliwell are long-time band members
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Douglas Thomson, Bob Siebenberg and John Helliwell are long-time band members

The Round Hill Music Royalty fund has entered into a long-term agreement to administer 100% of the neighbouring rights income generated from the master recordings of three long-standing members of British rock group Supertramp.

The catalogue comprises 39 original recordings by the band, including "The Logical Song", "Take the Long Way Home", "Breakfast in America", "Goodbye Stranger" and "Give a Little Bit", while the deal relates...

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