Rob  Dickens

Rob Dickens

Rob Dickens is the former managing Director of Warner Bros Music Publishing, then appointed International Vice President when he personally signed up Vangelis, The Sex Pistols among others. He later became the Chairman of Warner Music UK and made the company hugely profitable with artists such as Prince, Foreigner, ZZ Top and Madonna driving the profits. Ron brought Seal, Simply Red and Cher to the table. Rob constructed Cher’s song “Believe” and worked with Rod Stewart. He works extensively in the Arts and was honored by the Queen with a CBE and in 2003 was named Man of the Year receiving the Music Industry Trust Award.