There have been over 35 thousand groups who are classified as Classic Rock. Mockingbird Publishing will seek out the best available catalogs to purchase. Groups like Ambrosia continue to tour and sell records. Their songs are used in TV, Movies and played on classic rock radio.
Since 1990 the big hair bands, punk, heavy metal, grunge, sludge, post rock, alternative metal, funk rock, stoner rock, modern blues. garage rock and alternative rock comprise over 41 million songs.
Over 1.2 million songs have been recorded by famous and not so famous recording artist. Some of these songs are played very day and earn excellent income. When it comes to timeless income producers, holiday music is a gem. Over 1.5 million have been recorded.
Many of these songwriters have had their songs recorded by other artists who have scored big hits. Our own Larry Gatlin has written hits for Barbra Striesand, The Bee Gees, Dolly Parton, elvis Presley and many more.
Every major comic since the invention of recording have recorded albums. Some of the best sellers ever were recorded by Bob Newhart, Robin Williams, The Wayons Brothers. Comedy skits are timeless and have paid steady royalties over the years.
Classical music has been noted for its development of highly sophisticated forms of instrumental music such as the symphony, concerto, fugue, sonata, and mixed vocal and instrumental styles such as opera, cantata, and mass.
Various styles of music from Latin America, Spain, Portugal, and the United States inspired by older Latin American and Iberian music genres, as well as music sung in Spanish or Portuguese language.
Christian music is composed and performed for many purposes, ranging from aesthetic pleasure, religious or ceremonial purposes, or with a positive message as an entertainment product for the marketplace.
Includes different styles of music from around the world, including quasi-traditional, intercultural, and traditional music.
Contemporary music that incorporates elements of various mostly acoustic American roots music styles, including country, roots rock, folk, gospel and bluegrass resulting in a distinctive roots-oriented sound that lives in a world apart from the pure forms of the genres upon which it may draw.