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Raleigh Music Group's mission is to provide outstanding service to a select number of music publishing clients. We aim to maximize royalty revenue while protecting the long-term value and ownership rights of the songs we represent. We care about every client and every song, and this quality-over-quantity approach drives everything we do. We have strong relationships with a vast network of ad agencies, film, and television music supervisors and gaming companies. Our experienced team brings years of hands-on expertise and our clients trust us.

 

 

 

 

 

Thrilled to Announce that PHresher has joined the Raleigh Music team!

 

6/13/2017
Raleigh Music Group represented at Midem

Raleigh Music Group represented at Midem this year. Rachael Cain (left) of Trax Records and Peter Raleigh (right) met at Midem one year ago. Raleigh sub-publishes Rachael's Trax catalogue via a deal with Supreme Music Ltd. Rachael is wearing an "Elvis" t-shirt by Coach who partnered with Authentic Brands Group who owns the Elvis image and likeness.

5/30/2017
Remembering Gregg Allman

Gregory LeNoir "Gregg" Allman (December 8, 1947 – May 27, 2017) was an American musician, singer, keyboardist and songwriter best known for performing in The Allman Brothers Band. In 1977, they released the album “Playin’ Up A Storm” which contains a moving rendition of the Bill Giant - Bernie Baum - Florence Kaye song “It Ain’t No Use.” The song had been recorded thirteen years earlier by Lou Johnson for the Hilltop Records label. Listening to Allman’s soulful vocals one understands why he was referred to as a pioneer in Southern rock and would later be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Raleigh Music together with Giant Baum Kaye LLC mourn the passing of this seminal artist. It Ain't No Use o Album: Playin' Up A Storm o Artists: Gregg Allman, The Allman Brothers Band o Release year: 1977 o Duration: 3:52 o Genre: Rock, Classic Rock

3/16/2017
SYNCH HIGHLIGHT: 'The Most Hated Woman In America' uses Giant Baum Kaye Hidden Gem "Pick A Wishing Star"

It's SXSW this week, and Austin is abuzz with brand new films, music, and technology. One such film is The Most Hated Woman In America, which is based on the true story of Madalyn Murray O'Hair (Melissa Leo), the founder of American Atheists who was later kidnapped and murdered along with her son and granddaughter, by an ex-con and an employee of O’Hair’s organization. Raleigh Music Group secured a spot in the film for a deep Brill Building-era catalog track from writers Bill Giant, Bernie Baum, and Florence Kaye called "Pick A Wishing Star." To secure this synch, RMG worked with Helene Kaye of the Giant Baum Kaye catalog to transfer the original acetate record to a digital file. It was a project all of us were happy to be a part of. The film premiered this week at SXSW. You can catch the film on Netflix starting March 24, 2017. Listen to the song here:http://www.raleighmusicgroup.com/tiny/8E2e4 Watch the trailer here:

 

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