Please Note: We are not signing any new artists, songwriters, producers, etc…
Also,  we DO NOT license the music of Buddy Holly & The Crickets.


Many of the Norman Petty production master recordings are available
for licensing for films, television, games, and commercials worldwide.

It is a common misconception that because you have purchased a CD or own an album, that somehow you have the right to freely share,
upload or use it via the internet. This is false. Give this page a read:
https://www.riaa.com/resources-learning/about-piracy/

It is also a false belief that most of these recordings have their copyrights expired or are public domain in overseas countries.
Copyrights for recordings under Norman Petty's "Dundee Publishing, BMI" have been renewed.

In fact, it is EASY to legitimately license our music!


What is Music Licensing?

Music licensing grants the rights to use copyrighted music recordings within films, television programs, commercials, video games and other visual mediums.
To license a piece of music for a project, rights need to be secured from two separate entities.

We (the record company) control the master rights (the actual recording of the music).
The music publisher controls the composition (the written song) and negotiates on behalf of the writers for the synchronization rights.

Licenses must be secured from both parties. To secure the Master use license for one of our tracks, please submit a request through this website.
You must obtain them separately from the publishers. You should also confirm the publishing information when you contact them to get the rights.

If you find the publisher information incomplete or missing, you can also obtain the information
by contacting ASCAP, BMI or SESAC directly. See below for contact information:

ASCAP   http://www.ascap.com/ace

BMI 
http://bmi.com/search

SESAC
http://www.sesac.com/Home.aspx

What is the cost to license music?

The cost of licensing depends on a number of factors including:

·         Timing/use of the track in the production

·         Overall production budget

·         Track/artist popularity

·         Term (i.e. one year, five years, perpetuity)

·         Territory where the production will be cleared (i.e. US, Worldwide)

·         Media (i.e. Home Video/DVD, TV, internet, theatrical)

We are pleased that you would consider one of Norman's productions for use
and are more than willing to work with you to have it legally featured in your production.
No matter how big or small your project is, simply give us a write with the above details.