Imagem Music has re-signed British '80s hitmaker Nik Kershaw to a worldwide publishing deal.
Imagem (then Rondor) signed Kershaw back in 1994 and has since represented his catalog, which includes the popular albums “The Riddle” and “Human Racing.”
The singer and songwriter enjoyed a string of memorable, top-10 U.K. songs with “Wouldn’t It Be Good” (No. 4 in 1984), “I Won’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me” (No. 2 in 1984) “The Riddle” (No. 3 in 1984) and "Wide Boy" (No 9. in 1985). The one-time jazz-funk guitarist also wrote works for Let Loose, The Hollies and Chesney Hawkes’ hit “The One and Only”.
“Nik Kershaw’s catalog is pivotal to the shape of British pop music in the ‘80s and ‘90s,” comments Kim Frankiewicz, managing director, Imagem Music U.K., in a statement. “It’s fantastic to be working with such a vibrant artist, who continues to write new material and perform live”.