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The Bicycle Music Company is a full service independent publisher and rightsholder committed to exceptional, creative growth in the value of its owned and administered copyrights.
We are quick to identify opportunity in both hit songs and hidden gems, and provide personalized support to help songwriters find greater success in a rapidly-changing music and media landscape.
The diversity of our catalog...spanning genres, territories and eras...builds an emotional connection with consumers of film, television, radio, interactive games, and recordings: the full spectrum of traditional and modern digital media opportunity.
We are important enough to influence music users around the globe, but modest enough to provide thoughtful, personal attention to our songwriters and clients.
Founded in 1974. Bigger and better than ever in 2013.
Cyndi Lauper has announced the "She's So Unusual" Tour to celebrate the 30th anniversary of her groundbreaking debut album. Recorded and released in 1983, "She’s So Unusual" is a colorful portrait of a unique and multifaceted talent that features some of Lauper’s most well-known songs and perennial radio favorites including “Time After Time" and "She Bop". The album made Lauper a household name and also cemented her place in musical history as the first female artist to have four top 10 singles on a debut album. The release went on to sell over 16 million copies worldwide and won Lauper a Grammy® Award for Best New Artist. The 22 date tour kicks off on June 12, 2013 in San Diego. Cyndi will perform the album in its entirety!
The Bicycle Music Company is pleased to announce it has entered into an exclusive domestic publishing administration agreement with Notable Music Co. Bicycle will handle all administration and creative services for Notable and its talented and diverse roster of contemporary songwriters and artists including Roseanne Cash, Jon Brion, Sam Phillips, Simone Burnett, Tim Easton, Tift Merritt, Jenny O, Kendra Morris, Jeremy Page and Chico Mann among others.
It's only been a few weeks since this German female duo's North American album debut, Mutual Friends, released with the catchy single "Little Numbers" as iTunes track of the week. With massive media coverage and a sold out national tour still in progress, BOY's eloquently sombre, delicate and infectious indie-pop sounds resonated loudly, above and beyond the roar of cacophony on the streets of Austin, during last week's SXSW Music Festival.
Randy Johnson's musical tribute to the "Queen of Rock 'n' Roll", One Night With Janis Joplin, opens to rave reviews at the Pasadena Playhouse in Los Angeles. On stage performances include Powell St. John's 1967 Janis hit "Bye Bye Baby". The LA Times exclaims, "In a cosmic collusion of persona and perception, this electrifying concert musical resurrects the Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll with the sort of seismically sensational results normally encountered at stadiums and pop festivals."
Trent Reznor announces that Nine Inch Nails will return to the stage this year for a number of shows worldwide, including a US arena tour this fall. The band's lineup includes Eric Avery, Adrian Belew, Alessandro Cortini, Joshua Eustis, and Ilan Rubin, along with Trent Reznor. The first shows NIN live dates since 2009 begin this summer. Stay tuned for tour dates…
Jimmy Cliff's sunny, reggae-fied version of Wes Farrell's Partridge Family classic "Come On, Get Happy" has a starring role in VW's high profile Super Bowl advertising teaser, as well as the company's in-game advertising placement. The Deutsch LA designed creative has over 21 million YouTube views so far...see the "Get In, Get Happy" spot below!
The Bicycle Music Company and its affiliates are pleased to announce the acquisition of David Wyndorf's Bull-God Music catalog, which includes all of Wyndorf's compositions as recorded by seminal grunge-psych-rockers Monster Magnet. Wyndorf is the lead singer, guitarist, cosmic visionary and founder of the band. The Monster Magnet works include the massive 1990s rock hits "Space Lord", "Negasonic Teenage Warhead" and "Powertrip".