We are so pleased to announce our new-found partnership with the fabulous Mushroom Music! We’ve been in talks with the guys over there, for a fair few months, and we are so pleased to have finalised our deal with them!
Mushroom will be looking after the A&G Songs Catalogue in Australia, and the surrounding territories, and we couldn’t be happier.
Here’s some info on Mushroom:
Mushroom Music Publishing was founded by Michael Gudinski; widely recognised as one of the most important figures in the history of the Australian music industry. Michael entered the music business in 1972, with the creation of Mushroom Records and Mushroom Music Publishing, which continues to be the leading independent publishing company in Australia and New Zealand.
Today, Mushroom Music Publishing is led by Managing Director Ian James, who has been with Mushroom for 27 years. Ian also holds board positions with Australia’s two major music rights societies as Deputy Chairman of the Australasian Performing Rights Association (APRA) and Chairman of the Australasian Mechanical Copyright Owners Society (AMCOS).
Mushroom Music Publishing is also proud to represent many of the world’s premier independent publishing catalogues, including BMG Chrysalis. We also look after a number of smaller catalogues, plus an impressive roster of international artists who have signed with us directly, which make up a significant part of our business.
With a history of more than forty years, Mushroom Music Publishing has the resources and clout of a large publisher with the flexibility and diligence of a boutique. As part of the Mushroom Group, our independent spirit is our driving force. Our service and our vision is global. Our sync and administration departments are unrivalled in their experience and resources. With a communicative, personal and supportive approach to song management, our artists love working with us.
We know there with be more growth and development with these guys, and we are looking forward to every step with them!
Big A&G Hug to Mushroom Music!