Publishing

Golden Isles Records

Golden Isles Publishing is an official international BMI publisher with attention to Radio stations, TV stations, movies, and professional artists wanting to perform our published songs. W​e have ​ ​contracted our published songs ​for use in major motion pictures, national syndicated television programs and more. Please use our Contact Page link for any requests concerning the use of our music.

Golden Isles Records and Global Distribution

Golden Isles Records and Global Distribution We have global distribution with Itunes, Spotify, about 400 additional digital markets, Pandora​,​ and other similar media. We have much to offer musicians. We assist artists to develop in new and creative ways without lengthy contracts or incurring large debt. Our team works with each artist to further a career and art.

BMI Work Numbers...

Work Title: MY HAPPY PLACE
Registration Date: 06/27/2017
Status: Successfully Registered
BMI Work No: 024687141

Work Title: I WON'T CRY
Registration Date: 12/03/2013
Status: Successfully Registered
BMI Work No: 016660097

Work Title: BORN IN GEORGIA
Registration Date: 10/03/2013
Status: Successfully Registered
BMI Work No: 016351390

Work Title: COSTA RICA
Registration Date: 12/05/2013
Status: Successfully Registered BMI Work No: 016660098

Work Title: RUNAWAY
Registration Date: 12/03/2013
Status: Successfully Registered
BMI Work No: 016660099

Work Title: AIN'T GONNA LEAVE
Registration Date: 05/25/2016
Status: Successfully Registered
BMI Work No: 022006983

"All of the songs are original on the double CD,Rats in the Attic Live at The Cavern except for the two cover songs, Miss You and Mustang Sally. Email Golden Isles Records, BMI on this site for publishing information on the original songs." All Golden Isles Records music/lyrics are Copyright Library of Congress. Any unauthorized usage of the material is prohibited. To obtain a license for use other that radio air play, please email Golden Isles Records Music BMI, Publisher.


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