James Causey is having a piece by his band, Illogical SRL had one of their tunes placed in the film Let The Devil Wear Black that is starring Jacqueline Bissett & Mary Louise Parker.
Noel Webb informs us that hes inked a publishing deal with a Los Angeles based music publisher. Keep us posted, Noel.
Back to the Silver Screen again for Richard Tulls original compositions (two of them) now in the motion picture No Rest For The Wicked.
An established music publisher in NYC has picked up multiple tunes from TAXI writers: Robert Burkhardt (9), Steven Afflick (3), Tim Tatum (6), and Tom Wassinger (7), L.John Ernst (15).
Jennifer and Scott Smith got another usage of their song Ordinary Girl in Young And The Restless.
James Stajdel placed a song in the film, The Others.
Molly Scheer and a leading European indie label concluded a foreign licensing deal.
Paul McNamara finalized a six-song publishing agreement with a major music library.
Geoff Clarkson finalized a deal with a successful holiday music publisher while Jack O Neil (foreign licensing deal) did the same with an international indie label. Nice goin, guys.
Larry Good worked out a two-song deal with an independent Nashville publisher. The same publisher also picked up two additional songs by writer Mike Porter.
Joe David Curtis placed his song, My Love Will Still Be Around, with a Texas based music publisher, who also picked up Murray Bowes song, Heaven Only Knows.
Several TAXI writers have recently negotiated deals with an eminent music library. They are: Robert Burkhardt (nine songs), Robert Orr, Paul Ulanowicz, Tim Barton, Tim Tatum (six songs), Tommy Merry and Yontz Sucre.
When the film, Agent Utah, opens in theaters, youll be able to hear Armand Della Volpes song in it.
Andrew G. Williams, Bill Reader, Ed Nicodemi, George & Jane Spica and Glen King have all struck deals with the same L.A. based music library.
Bert Toms and Bill Edwards both signed licensing deals with a prominent Italian indie label, and Dennis Winslow inked a deal with a Texas based music library.
A New York based music library picked up tunes by David Steen, Eric Hollis, Evette Kay, Frederick Carola, Fuzzbee Morse (a 10-song deal), Greg Kochan, John Andrews, and Leon Salem.