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After releasing five albums in six years on ATCO, Jeff Beck has re-signed with Warner Music Group's Rhino Entertainment, which will continue to release new recordings from Beck globally under the ATCO imprint.
Beck signed to WMG in 2009 and has been downright prolific since then as his 35-year run at Epic yielded only 15 albums.
“Over the last eight years, the team at Warner Music/Rhino has worked very hard on my behalf and I have so much more music to record, so I say let's keep it going," Beck said.
"Jeff has delivered some amazing albums since signing with Warner in 2009 and we are excited to hear what comes next," said Tim Fraser-Harding, President of Global Catalog, Recorded Music for Warner Music Group.
The guitarist’s 50-year career includes a double induction in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame—as a solo artist and as a member of The Yardbirds—and eight Grammy Awards, the most recent being for his 2010 ATCO release Emotion & Commotion.