Entertainment 'There's no bad blood': Kate Ceberano reveals she has parted ways with her manager of 16 years Ralph Carr as his touring company is made insolvent

04:22  14 june  2018
04:22  14 june  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Kate Ceberano has revealed that she has parted ways with her manager of 16 years Ralph Carr , after his touring company was made insolvent last week.The 51-year-old told who is the former husband of Tina Arena, had nothing to do with his current legal woes.' There ' s no bad blood ,' she said.

' There ' s no bad blood ': Kate Ceberano has revealed she has parted ways with her manager of 16 years Ralph Carr as his touring company is made insolvent . 'After so many years I've decided to go off-piste as it were,' Kate said.

a woman posing for a picture: 'There's no bad blood': Kate Ceberano has revealed she has parted ways with her manager of 16 years Ralph Carr as his touring company is made insolvent© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited 'There's no bad blood': Kate Ceberano has revealed she has parted ways with her manager of 16 years Ralph Carr as his touring company is made insolvent

She's the Australian songstress best known for her hits Bedroom Eyes and Pash.

And Kate Ceberano has revealed that she has parted ways with her manager of 16 years Ralph Carr, after his touring company was made insolvent last week.

a person holding a guitar on a stage: Shifting landscape: 'After so many years I've decided to go off-piste as it were,' Kate said© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Shifting landscape: 'After so many years I've decided to go off-piste as it were,' Kate said

The 51-year-old told the Herald Sun on Wednesday that signing on with female manager Lisa Palermo was indicative of the changing landscape of the music industry, while also admitting there was 'no bad blood' between her and Ralph.

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As much as she felt she had a responsibility to her studies, she chose the latter. ‘I hate to BREAK the bad news to you, but you’re going to have to read more and play less,’ her mum told her . She wasn’t going to let her conservative ways stop her .

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'After so many years I've decided to go off-piste as it were,' Kate said. 'I've realised the music industry has changed so much, especially for women in the business, so it was time to take a look at how we manage ourselves.'

She added: 'It's time to put my shoulders to the wheel for women in music. If you're going to stay in the business you may as well get up and lead.'

Meanwhile, Lisa Palermo was full of praise for her new client.

a group of people posing for the camera: New horizons: Speaking to the Herald Sun on Wednesday, the 51-year-old revealed the move to female manager Lisa Palermo was indicative of the changing landscape of the music industry© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited New horizons: Speaking to the Herald Sun on Wednesday, the 51-year-old revealed the move to female manager Lisa Palermo was indicative of the changing landscape of the music industry

'I don't think I've ever been associated with anyone so positive, she's such a force of energy and vibrancy and I can't wait to help harness her ideas and formidable work ethic,' Lisa said.

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the lock, she explained why she was there . hadn’t been affected. taking his place at the shop that Saturday. one way or the other, but he was trying to. 2 inform him of a decision she had made . 3 apologise for her son.

She had obviously just missed the seven o’clock. bus, so now there would be another forty minutes to wait before the next one. The competition takes place outdoors, which has meant that over the years , play has frequently been interrupted by bad weather.

News Corp reported last week that Ralph Carr's touring company RCM Touring was ordered by the Federal Court of Australia to be placed into insolvency.

Promoter Sam Righi filed a claim over unpaid wages to the tune of $120,300 and was awarded almost $8,000 in costs.

a man wearing a suit and tie: Drama: News Corp reported last week that Ralph's company RCM Touring was ordered by the Federal Court of Australia to be placed into insolvency© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Drama: News Corp reported last week that Ralph's company RCM Touring was ordered by the Federal Court of Australia to be placed into insolvency

However, Kate added that her decision to part ways with Ralph, who is the former husband of Tina Arena, had nothing to do with his current legal woes.

'There's no bad blood,' she said. 'It's funny the way these things happen, but all of the things facing him right now don't have anything to do with our relationship.'

She added: 'The time I had with him was very busy for me, but I've come to a point where, as women in music, the whole profile has changed and I'm changing with it.'

a person standing on a stage: Amicable: 'There's no bad blood,' Kate clarified. 'It's funny the way these things happen, but all of the things facing [Ralph] right now don't have anything to do with our relationship'© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Amicable: 'There's no bad blood,' Kate clarified. 'It's funny the way these things happen, but all of the things facing [Ralph] right now don't have anything to do with our relationship'

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