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Simon says

Having probed music-industry gender inequality last month, the Bella Union founder focuses on his own label and predicts a more progressive future

A few years ago when the Keychange initiative to attain gender parity took shape, even though it was only focused on festivals, I thought it would be interesting to check myself and my own company, Bella Union.

Anyone aware of my own personal music career, which to date spans a ridiculous 44 years, can see at a glance the major influence a huge number of great women have had on me. I began thinking of where it started and, of course, mum may seem an obvious place, but bringing up four children with a musician husband working weeks at a time away from home is a remarkable achievement that I am still in awe of to this day.

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