The Wall school choir seek royalties

January 2005


The original choir members who featured on Pink Floyd’s The Wall are looking to receive royalty payments for their performances. The children who were at the Islington Green School in 1979 took time out of lessons to record the contribution at Britannia Row with the help of their music teacher. Through the website a number of original choir members have got together and have asked PAMRA, the Performing Artists Media Rights Association, to collect royalties on their behalf. The Wall album has sold 12 million copies worldwide. At the time the children’s school received a payment of 00. Not all of the choir members have yet been confirmed or identified and it appears that no paperwork exists from the session.

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