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16/11/06

Peaceville

PEACEVILLE FOUNDERS RETIRE FROM THE MUSIC BUSINESS

Hammy and Lisa Halmshaw, founders and long standing managers of Peaceville Records are leaving the label at the end of this month in a move which sees Paul Groundwell take over as general manager, in association with Snapper Music, who have been involved with the business since 2000.

Hammy states “While it has obviously been a difficult decision to make, after 25 years I think we’ve contributed as much as we can to the business and now it’s time to move on to another chapter in life.”

Cliff Dane of Snapper adds "We are sad to see Hammy and Lisa go and wish them well, and are looking forward to the future, developing the label in the spirit they created."

Hammy and Lisa Halmshaw, founders and long standing managers of Peaceville Records are leaving the label at the end of this month in a move which sees Paul Groundwell take over as general manager, in association with Snapper Music, who have been involved with the business since 2000.

Hammy states “While it has obviously been a difficult decision to make, after 25 years I think we’ve contributed as much as we can to the business and now it’s time to move on to another chapter in life.”

Cliff Dane of Snapper adds "We are sad to see Hammy and Lisa go and wish them well, and are looking forward to the future, developing the label in the spirit they created."

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