The Beatles: Coming Soon to a (Digital) Jukebox Near You
Apple Corps and EMI partner with TouchTunes, bringing the iconic band's 13 studio albums and other collections to 50,000 digital jukeboxes starting April 1.
Thirteen Beatles studio albums in addition to their Past masters, "Red," "Blue," and "1" collections will be featured on TouchTunes' 50,000 digital jukeboxes starting April 1.
TouchTunes is the largest out-of-home entertainment network in North America and the partnership with the iconic band's Apple Corps and label EMI serves as an important endorsement for the 14-year-old company which provides tunes for bars, restaurants, clubs, and lounges.
"The important addition of The Beatles to our network represents a milestone, not only for our company, but for our industry,” said CEO Charles Goldstuck, formerly a longtime Sony Arista and J Records executive, in making the announcement.
Added EMI Group CEO Roger Faxon: TouchTunes has been a great partner of ours, and their network offers a unique listening experiences for fans to enjoy the incredible music of The Beatles together."
Currently some of the network’s “Top Plays” includes Adele's “Rolling in the Deep”, Lil Wayne's “How to Love” and Katy Perry's “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.).”
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