August 25, 2016  

Amanda Ghost Exits Record Label Epic

October 30, 2010 (5:57 am) GMT
Despite quitting as the head of the company, the singer/songwriter is looking forward to working with Sony boss Rob Stringer in the future.

Singer-songwriter Amanda Ghost has quit as the head of record label Epic after less than two years on the job. Ghost was a surprise choice to take over the Sony subsidiary in February 2009 and 20 months on she has decided to step down to dedicate more time to her own music.

Announcing her departure, Sony boss Rob Stringer says, "Amanda has been an important creative force at Epic in the past two years. In returning to the natural focus of her artistic career, I look forward to us working together in the future".

And Ghost insists she wont be severing all ties with Epic, adding, "It is has been a real honour and privilege to have worked with Rob Stringer and the whole Epic staff and I look forward to working closely with them on future projects".

TODAY'S HEADLINES

  1. Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston Already Have Their First 'Major' Fight - What Is It About?
  2. Is The Flash Coming to 'Big Bang Theory'?
  3. Miley Cyrus Reportedly Pays for Everything in Her Relationship With Liam Hemsworth
  4. Prince William Says He Still Misses Princess Diana Every Day and We Can't Help Tearing Up
  5. Will X-Men Join Avengers in 'Infinity War'? Here's What Joe Russo Says
  6. Kourtney Kardashian on Reconciling With Scott Disick: 'I'm So Not There Yet'
  7. Listen to Preview of Carly Rae Jepsen's 'E.Mo.Tion: Side B' Tracks
  8. Here's Your First Look at Kristin Chenoweth's Easter on 'American Gods'