BusinessBusiness RecoveryBarton snaps up Sister Ray

Barton snaps up Sister Ray

Co-founder of independent music retailer buys back the company out of administration

Phil Barton, the co-founder of independent music retailer Sister Ray has
bought the shop out of administration.

Barton formed a new company, Sister Ray 08 Ltd, to buy the independent
retailer, which went into administration in July,
Music
Week
reported.

The sale will mean no job cuts at Sister Ray, said Andy Pear, the company
administrator appointed from Tenon Recovery.

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