The company’s administrators admit some former employees are still owed “outstanding entitlements”.
Allans Billy Hyde
Three more stores closed this month, and the company is facing insolvency (again).
Not even a week ago it was looking as though Allans Music and Billy Hyde were gone forever, but following a list-minute recovery, it’s now been announced that Billy Hyde’s son will be opening the first door operated under his father’s name. According to Tone Deaf, Garry Hyde will be opening up a store on
Just when you thought it was all over. Like something straight from a movie script, Allans Billy Hyde has been rescued by Australian Musical Imports (AMI) who of course own what was previously their rival store Gallin’s Musician’s Pro Shop. The takeover, which is effective immediately, could not have come any sooner. Just as it
After a last-minute appeal for investors, Allans Billy Hyde will be officially closing its doors. Over the coming weeks, 25 stores will be closing down, leaving more than 500 employees out of a job. It was revealed back in August that the company had gone into receivership, with James Stewart and Brendan Richards of Ferrier