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The Bicycle Music Company is a globally influential independent music publisher, record label and rights manager. We are committed to innovative marketing, creative and administrative practices, promoting exceptional growth on behalf of our songwriters, recording artists and investor partners.
We are quick to identify opportunity in both hit songs and hidden gems, and provide personalized support to help songwriters and recording artists 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, terrestrial and satellite radio, interactive games, recordings, downloads and streaming services: 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, recording artists and clients.
Founded in 1974. Bigger and better than ever in 2015.
For more than 30 years Cyndi Lauper has been a songwriter provocateur with musical achievements so pervasive that they have become entwined in the cultural landscape. Cyndi first found acclaim in 1983, co-writing a pair of iconic classics -"Time After Time" and "She Bop" - for her multi-platinum debut, She's So Unusual. Spring-boarding off this success, she co-wrote most of her follow-up platinum sophomore album, True Colors. As her craft evolved, so did her nuance for expressing social issues, notably on her albums Hat Full Of Stars and Sisters Of Avalon. Cyndi's spirited songwriting has sold more than 50 million albums and today her star shines brighter than ever, as the two time Grammy award winner has also been taken home Emmys, Tonys and Songwriters Hall Of Fame honors.
A sad goodbye to much loved pop singer-songwriter, actress, humanitarian and activist, Lesley Gore, who has passed away at the age of 68. Among a string of enormous hit songs in the 1960's, such as "It's My Party", Gore scored a #13 smash on the Billboard Hot 100 with the late Marvin Hamlisch's own first composed hit "Sunshine, Lollipops And Rainbows". Originally released on Gore's 1963 album Gore Sings Of Mixed-Up Hearts, the Quincy Jones-produced, Claus Ogerman-arranged song came back as single in the summer of 1965 coinciding with its featured performance by Gore in the film Ski Party. The song's blissfully happy sound and lyrics exemplify the spirit that made Gore and her
voice synonymous with the era.
Bob Dylan breathes new life, with a subtle, stripped-down approach, into Jack Wolf and Joel Herron's iconic standard "I'm A Fool To Want You". Immortalized by the likes of Frank Sinatra, Billie Holiday, Tony Bennett, Chet Baker, Dinah Washington and dozens of others, it's the lead track on Dylan's new, critically-acclaimed covers album Shadows In The Night, which debuts at number one in the UK this week.
Today marks the twenty year anniversary of the release of Montell Jordan's evergreen smash hit "This Is How We Do It". The lead single from Montell's multi-platinum debut album of the same name was also hip-hop label Def Jam's first R&B release on February 6, 1995. The song peaked at number one on both the Billboard Hot 100 and R&B singles charts, where it held steady for seven weeks and has since had several rebirths in various forms of media. With its positive chant and street-beat party swagger, the song gets better with every spin…
It's been a busy summer with Bicycle songs continuing to be featured in all forms of visual media. To name a few! TELEVISION: ABC: The Goldbergs, The Neighbors, Grey's Anatomy. FOX: Family Guy, American Idol, So You Think You Can Dance, X- Factor, Surviving Jack, America's Got Talent. CBS: The Good Wife, Elementary, Star- Crossed. CINEMAX: Banshee, A&E: Bates Motel, Big Smo. NBC: Parenthood, Parks And Recreation, The Voice, The Nightshift, The Sing Off. ABC FAMILY: Pretty Little Liars, The Fosters, Chasing Life. AMAZON: The Rebels. SHOWTIME: Shameless, Ray Donovan. HBO: The Leftovers, Game Of Thrones, The Normal Heart. CW: The Vampire Diaries. USA: Psych, Suits. SUNDANCE: The Red Road. THE GOLF CHANNEL: Network Promo. CNN: Chicagoland, The Sixties. NETFLIX: Orange Is The New Black. MTV: Catfish. ESPN: MLB & ESPYs. FILM & TRAILERS: MARVEL/DISNEY: Guardians Of The Galaxy. 20th CENTURY FOX: X-Men: Days Of Future Past, Let's Be Cops. SONY PICTURES: About Last Night, 22 Jump Street, When The Game Stands Still, North Of Hell. FOCUS FEATURES: Wish I Was Here. LIONSGATE: Life Of Crime. UNIVERSAL PICTURES: Get On Up. RELATIVITY: Brick Mansions. ANCHOR BAY: Small Time. CBS FILMS: Pride. ADVERTISING: Chevy Malibu, Yoplait, Target, Nike, Fosters Beer (UK), Barry M (UK), TK Maxx (UK), Carl's Jr./Hardee's, Microsoft, Toyota Prius, Dodge, Au Wallet (Japan), Foster Farms, Bose, Nikon, Twitter, Virgin Trains (UK), Lycra (Brazil). VIDEO GAMES: Rocksmith.
The Bicycle Music Company is pleased to announce it has entered into a worldwide publishing agreement with emerging Virgin/Capitol recording artists Grizfolk. The cross-continental collective (Stockholm - Los Angeles) consists of multi-instrumentalist/producer-songwriters Adam Roth, Fredrik Eriksson, Sebastian Fritze, Bill Delia and Brendan Willing James, whose sound can be described as next-thing folktronic (electro-inflected folk-rock). The band's ultra-hooky organic pop songs touch on themes of haunting, dreamlike blue-collar romanticism from both the futurist and revivalist perspectives where tumbleweeds meet turntables. Having previously toured the globe with Bastille, the band are currently touring nationally with Wild Cub before they hit the road again with Bastille in the fall. Currently released is the band's popular "From The Spark" EP, as they finish work on a highly anticipated full album debut.
As the lead single "Words As Weapons" hits #1 with a bullet at active rock radio, Seether's new full length album, Isolate And Medicate, has a very strong first week debut at Billboard # 4, as well as their highest international charting activity since 2005's Karma And Effect. In addition, the band scored a Top 5 video debut for "Words As Weapons" at NoiseCreep. Meanwhile, Seether is hard at work on the road - currenty stateside - including headliner booking on the upcoming UPROAR Festival presented by Rockstar energy drink. On July 12-13, Seether will break the all-time record for most times co-hosting LA Lloyd's Rock 30, as that countdown show heads into its 15th year. Seether's Isolate and Medicate is also featured on more high impact national media like Sixx Sense and a Pandora Radio album premiere.
Mario Marchetti's co-written global pop smash "Neon Lights" (Demi Lovato) was officially certified Platinum by the RIAA on May 16, 2014. And now, the single enters the UK charts at #11 in its first week! Demi's "Neon Lights" world tour, named after the single, will continue throughout the year.
The 1959-set play, which centers on one of the legendary Billie Holiday's final public appearances, Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill, gets its second extended run at Circle In The Square on Broadway, as Audra McDonald walks away with her sixth (record-breaking) Tony Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role, for her portrayal of one of the greatest jazz singers of all-time. The story takes place in Philadelphia in the months before Holiday's death and poignantly recounts her life story through the songs that made her famous, including "God Bless the Child," "Strange Fruit," "What a Little Moonlight Can Do," "When a Woman Loves a Man," "Foolin' Myself," "Don't Explain," "Somebody's On My Mind," "Taint Nobody's Bizness," and "Baby Doll" among others. The Lonny Price directed production earned a second Tony Award for Best Sound Design of a Musical for Steven Canyon Kennedy. A cast album of the play was recorded live by PS Classics and will be released July 15, 2014.