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Muse sign with CAA for Europe and Asia

The British rockers, formerly with United Talent Agency, will now be represented by CAA outside the Americas and Australia

By IQ on 12 Feb 2018

Muse, Jeff Forney/Warner Bros Records

image © Jeff Forney/Warner Bros Records

Muse have signed with Creative Artists Agency for worldwide representation, with the exception of North America, South America, and Australia.

The UK three-piece were previously represented by UTA’s Geoff Meall, who moved to Coda Agency at the beginning of the year.

Muse’s last concert tour, the 131-date Drones world tour, was the 18th highest grossing of 2016, generating revenues of US$65.5m. The band will play a series of European festival dates this summer, including  Rock in Rio Lisbon, Rock am Ring/Rock im Park and Mexico’s Pa’l Norte.

 


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