Bad Seeds

Michael Jackson, Eminem And NOW Tomorrows Bad Seeds!



(Eve Schwartz public relations “ESPR”): Hit band Tomorrows Bad Seeds recently announced its worldwide publishing deal with the Notting Hill Music Group Plc, an international music publishing operation, representing over 25,000 copyrights recorded by artists like Michael Jackson and Eminem. The Notting Hill Music Group will represent and market new and future songs and albums of Tomorrows Bad Seeds, the Sony/RED/MRI-distributed UrbanTone Records band.

The Notting Hill Music Group, one of the world’s leading independent music publishers, has first-class representation in every corner of the globe. It represents over 25,000 copyrights recorded by such artists as Will Smith, Nelly, Beyonce, Pussycat Dolls, Britney Spears, Eminem, DMX, Puff Daddy, The Whispers, Boy George, Ne-Yo, Shalamar, Nas, 2Pac, Snoop Dogg, Lemar, The Jacksons, Destiny’s Child, Usher, T.I., Steve Winwood, XTC, Ian Brown, Madonna, Busta Rhymes, Christina Aguilera, Michael Jackson, Brandy, Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Jay Z, New Order, Prince, Paul Weller, Otis Redding, The Prodigy, Bow Wow, Kelly Rowland, Jennifer Lopez and many more. Their rapidly expanding rock roster is now delivering millions of album sales a year from bands like Killswitch Engage, Motorhead, As I Lay Dying, From First To Last, Funeral For A Friend and Shadows Fall.

Tomorrows Bad Seeds has captivated audiences across the globe with hit singles like Nice and Slow, Vices and Love Street. With a fusion of rock and reggae, punk and blues, beats and riffs, TBS has emerged into multi-cultural musical phenomenon with a cause. This mix of music brings people together to have a good time! The Seeds – Moises Juarez (lead vocals), Sean Chapman (vocals/guitar), Matthew McEwan (vocals/guitar), Patrick Salmon (drums), and Andre Davis (bass) combine their talent with their Southern California influences to yield unparalleled sound, mixing mellow with rock, which few have been able to achieve since The Beatles. The band has performed with acts like UB40, The Wailers and 311. Their first album, Early Prayers is #4 on Billboard’s Reggae Catalog Chart. Sacred For Sale, the band’s second album, has nearly 400,000 plays on Last.FM in the past few months. TBS bagged the Commercial Success Award for over 300,000 paid downloads for Sacred For Sale, at the Los Angeles Music Award ceremony held last year.

Speaking about their collaboration with Notting Hill Music, Tomorrows Bad Seeds said, “We are dedicated to our music and our fans and we see the same dedication in the team at Notting Hill Music. We look forward to this new partnership with them.” 

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