Global Music Rights is uniquely positioned to license, survey and distribute public performance royalties. Our select client base allows us to provide significant value to music users while providing customized service to our clients.
Global Music Rights is a modern solution for copyright management, providing detailed accountings for licensed works on an international basis.
Global Music Rights works to transform the current model by eliminating inefficiencies, maximizing license fees and ensuring accountability to our clients. We consider our licensees partners and align music creators' and music users' interests for mutually beneficial profitability.
Global Music Rights was founded in 2013 as an alternative to current performance licensing models
Representing a smaller client base with similar needs allows us to avoid the logistic and financial burdens associated with thousands of disparate writers and publishers
Providing data and analytics to our clients creates a better understanding of how their music is used and what money to expect
Working with clients is a personal experience and our knowledgable staff provides customized solutions for their needs
Global Music Rights was founded in 2013 by Irving Azoff and represents music rights holders for the licensing of their public performances. Former Performing Rights Organization (PRO) executives Randy Grimmett and Sean O’Malley run operations and bring with them more than 30 years of collective experience in music publishing. Global Music Rights offers licensing, distribution and collection services for the exclusive rights granted to music creators and owners by copyright law.
Global Music Rights offers a multitude of publishing administration solutions
Licensing performances on behalf of copyright owners is our primary focus and the foundation of our business.
We offer our expertise to writers and publishers seeking assistance on complex, demanding music rights projects.
We are strong supporters of copyright and defend all creators' rights in our daily efforts to maximize the value of intellectual property.
Musical compositions are considered intellectual property, and like other forms of property, they belong to their owners and creators. United States Copyright Law grants certain exclusive rights to these owners, including the right to authorize others to publicly perform their music. If your business plays music without obtaining the necessary, advanced permission from copyright owners, you are in violation of U.S. Federal Copyright.