Jack Russell Music
Jack Russell Music
Jack Russell Music
Jack Russell Music - a new standard in contemporary music publishing
The company has a fresh and flexible style, providing a range of high quality songwriter services, responding to the needs of today’s writers. Our simple administration agreements offer all the advantages of publishing and co-publishing arrangements without you, the writer, having to surrender your artistic rights.
You are the creative talent; we are the experts in pastoral care and administration. Our mission is to maximise your potential through a transparent and trusting partnership.
  • Personal attention
  • Small dynamic business
  • Diligent and efficient administration
  • Worldwide representation
  • Shopping, working and pitching
  • Copyright exploitation
  • New signings
  • Royalty collection & administration
We are people with experience and reputation. Our vision is for a flexible, fast acting and dedicated publishing company.
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Bramma smashes no. 1 spot on reggae chart with "Big Chune"
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PRS for Music reveals 2019 was a record year for royalties

PRS for Music, the body that collects royalties for songwriters and musicians in the UK, has published its figures for 2019 - and it reveals an all time high. The organisation collected a record £810m, a rise of 8.7%. PRS processed 18.8 trillion "performances" of music last year, including streams, downloads, radio and TV broadcasts, and music played in pubs, clubs, hairdressers and concert venues. However, you won't need us to tell you the good news ends there, because the lockdown on live music will result in an "inevitable decline" in 2020 and 2021, says PRS. Increases in streaming will make up only a tiny amount of the shortfall.

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