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Hit factory: British music stars break overseas sales records

Published on Wednesday 6th of September 2017 11:01:44 PM in Guardian

The popularity of British music abroad has hit a record high as artists including Adele, David Bowie and Coldplay brought in more than £350m from fans around the world last year.Sales of British music outside the UK surged 11% to a record £365m last year – ...

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