Singer was previously managed by her mother.
Australian singer songwriter Delta Goodrem has signed a worldwide management deal with London-based Modest! Entertainment.
Modest! is run by Richard Griffiths and Harry Magee, who also manage former Westlife member Brian McFadden—who is Goodrem’s beau—and R&B singer Lemar.
Modest! will open an office in Sydney, to be run by former Sony Music director of publicity and promotions, Jo Grogan. Grogan has worked closely with Goodrem since she was signed to Sony Music Australia, now Sony BMG Music Entertainment Australia, as a 15-year old.
Goodrem said in a prepared statement, “I have really got to know both Richard and Harry professionally and personally over the last couple of years and I know I have made the right decision for this next chapter in my life.”
The singer was previously managed by her mother Lea Goodrem after she split three years ago from her first manager Glenn Wheatley, managing director of Melbourne based Talentworks.
Wheatley discovered her as a 15-year old and devised her launch into the Australian and U.K. with a regular role in the youth-orientated sitcom Neighbours, which has a large following in both countries.
Goodrem has sold 1 million units in Australia with her first two albums "Innocent Eyes" and "Mistaken Identity." She has not repeated her success in the United States, where she is signed to Epic Records.