The legend that is Bob Dylan has released his album "Shadows In The Night" covering classic standards, two of which are Chelsea Music represented. It made number 1 in the UK album charts! Click the picture above to listen to Dylan's unique versions of "I'm A Fool To Want You" and "Full Moon and Empty Arms", originally made famous by Frank Sinatra.
Chelsea Music announce the representation of the late great Johnnie Wilder Music catalogue , which include the 70’s hits "Mind Blowing Decisions" and "Happiness Togetherness". Eminem's "Love Game" samples the classic "The Game of Love". We also represent three tracks on the Alfie Boe album Trust, tracks on the Andre Rieu album Music Of The Night through Andre Rieu publishing. There is also a new synch for "The Christmas Waltz" for a Co op ad. There are up-and-coming concerts with Black Sabbath in December and at the opposite end of musical taste, Andre Rieu at Wembley in December.
Chelsea Music represent Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi. The new album 13 goes straight into the top 40 album charts at NO I. Chelsea Music are also enjoying success with Little Mix ‘s How Ya Doin, a hit single off a very successful chart album. The Garnier Ad featuring It’s A Good Day written by Peggy Lee published by Chelsea Music is No 18 on the PRS top 40 played songs across UK TV and Radio commercials through 2012.
Chelsea Music have acquired the Uk rights to many of the songs in the Crystal Music catalogue owned by the Sonny Burke family including Wish You The Merriest. Also songs from hit producer and writer Jon FX s catalogue including the hits of Gyptian. There has been album success with Andre Rieu and the Movie Themes album and Glenn Hughes ‘s Black Country Communion album Afterglow and Art Garfunkel’s The Singer. Also many new Synchs including Bill Wither’s Lovely Day for Wonga UK, Ole Ole Ole for BT Infinity, Quand Tu Es la(The Game of Love) for Tesco/Warl . Working Title’s use of Ole Ole Ole in Senna. Aint That A Kick In the Head for Asda In Store, Nice To Go Travelling for Unicredit Europe.