The Inaugural PERFECTION Fashion Week – Atlanta, 2019

Atlanta, GA, November 10, 2019 –(– The 1st PERFECTION Fashion Week is coming to Atlanta. This will be an action-packed (4) days of events from November 14-17. PFW attendees will witness the showcases of exceptional designers from all over the world, presenting incredible fashion. Definitely an event you don’t want to miss because celebrities, fashion influencers, entertainment executives, dignitaries, and major national medias has already confirmed.

Kicking off the festivities Thursday night (November 14) will be the Curvy Gurl’s Fashion Experience Mixer (hosted by Quentin “Q” Harris from Q in the Street) at Kiss Ultra Lounge, 495 Whitehall Street – S. W., Atlanta, GA, 30303. Now featured in Macy’s, the Curvy Gurl Collection celebrates, inspires, and supports curvy gurls worldwide. “A CG woman is a beauty with curves and knows how to accent them,” says creator and designer Andrionna L. Williams. She continues, “CG is a movement for plus size women that encourages taking big fashion risks, and expecting bigger rewards.” The CGFE will take place from 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. This is an “Industry Only” event and RSVP is mandatory. An unwrapped toy is requested for the CG Christmas Charity Give-a-Way.

Friday Night (November 15) PFW presents “Dine2 The Nines” VIP event. Dine 2 The Nines is a Fashionable Dinner Experience that incorporates Fashion Industry Professionals and Fine Dining in a sociable setting to discuss Fashion.

Complimentary hors d’oeuvres will be provided by celebrity Chefs 2 Chefs & a Pan. This is an “Invite Only” event and Fashionable attire is required (RSVP is required by 11/12, details given upon confirmation).

Saturday (November 16) PFW features Princess Mauve Cosmetic Pop Up Shop at PM Events & Ballie Photography Studio, 2146 West Park Place – Suite B, Stone Mountain, GA, 30087. “PMC is a premium cosmetic line developed to enhance beauty and not over-power it,” says Creator Mauve Costen. She continues, “There are millions of makeup and/or cosmetic companies around. But few are interested in skin-care. PMC makes skin-care our priority and enhancing beauty second.” PMC will be selling the nationally popular lipsticks, foundations, and powers. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres will be provided and cocktail samples available.

The night continues with the “Official” LGBT fashion event during PFW. This will also be a celebration of the evening’s event producer Meak. 15 years ago (almost to the day) Meak created the World’s First Talent Agency, Casting, and Production Company, exclusively for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queers. This is an “Invite Only” event (RSVP is required by 11/12, details given upon confirmation).

Sunday Night (November 17) is the Finale to PFW highlighting both celebrity designers and models; coupled with superstar attendees (confirmed), fashion influencers, dignitaries, politicians, and other high profile talent. This is an “Invite Only” event and Fashionable attire is required (RSVP is required by 11/12, details given upon confirmation). Complimentary hors d’oeuvres will be provided by celebrity Chefs 2 Chefs & a Pan, and cocktail samples available.

For more information please visit: Media/Talent confirmation:

The official Press Conference will be Wednesday, November 13, 2019 at: Oxward Business Club, 1342 Glenwood Avenue – S. E., Atlanta, GA, 30316.

About PERFECTION Fashion Week
PERFECTION Fashion Week Atlanta will be an annual fashion event, created to bring unique access to current and future fashion elite. This extraordinary experience will be used to collaborate with fashion influencers in a mix and mingle environment. While attendees indulged themselves in the ambiance of fashion, they will also be introduced to the next line of designers snatching the attention of principal taste-makers, celebrities, musical talent, sponsors, media, and other entertainment executives.

Contact Information:
KL Allen

Mauve Costen

Jackie Bush – Vice President of Public Relations
G. J. & J.~A Public Relations Firm
Instagram and Twitter: @gjjpr_

Make Art Day is November 17

Make Art Day is a new event organized by Portland Open Studios where the public is invited to come make artworks on Sunday November 17 from 12-4pm at the Portland Arts and Learning Studios with the guidance of professional artists in Portland, Oregon.

Make Art Day is November 17

Portland, OR, November 09, 2019 –(– – Make Art Day (MAD) is a new event where anyone of any age or skill level can come and create a work of art with the guidance of professional artists. This is a free event created as a collaboration between Portland Open Studios, Ideal PDX and The Portland Arts and Learning Studios. On Sunday, November 17 from 12-4pm, the public is invited to come to the Portland Arts and Learning Studios at 4852 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Portland, OR 97211.

Artists from a variety of local arts organization will be leading all comers in creating something artistic. There will be a clay hand building free-for-all led by artist Kim Murton, papercutting led by Liz Goss and David Friedman from the Guild of American Papercutters, Scott Conary will be teaching a wet charcoal drawing technique, Shanon Playford will helping people to paint on rocks in creative ways, Pepe Moscow’s or Blind Insect will be teaching digital art using Wacom Touch sensitive screens, William Hernandez will be leading a mural painting experience, Leah Kohlenberg will teach drawing and Jessica Lagunas will be teaching collage.

All of this will be at the Portland Arts and Learning Studios run by Albertina Kerr. The Portland Arts and Learning Studios is a 10,000 square foot space where intellectually and developmentally disabled adults work during the week to create artworks which then are sold at their gallery and around the world.

For more information go to http://portland open or contact David Friedman at 503-757-5595 or

Routh, Lotz, McDonough, Ford, Law Added to Inaugural Wizard World Bay Area, Nov. 22-24 in Oakland

Jeff Goldblum No Longer Able to Attend; “Supernatural,” “Legends of Tomorrow” Stars Among Newcomers to Celebrity Roster at Oakland Convention Center

Oakland, CA, November 09, 2019 –(– Brandon Routh (Superman Returns, “Legends of Tomorrow”), Caity Lotz (“Legends of Tomorrow,” “Arrow”), Neal McDonough (“Star Trek: First Contact,” “Arrow”), Courtney Ford (“Legends of Tomorrow,” “Supernatural”) and Katrina Law (“Hawaii Five-0,” “Arrow”) have been added to the celebrity roster at the inaugural Wizard World Bay Area, set for November 22-24 at Oakland Convention Center. Jeff Goldblum, who had been scheduled to appear on Sunday, Nov. 24, will no longer be able to attend the show.

Routh, Lotz, Ford and Law will appear on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 23-24; McDonough will attend on Sunday, Nov. 24 only.

The five join Jewel Staite (“Firefly,” “Stargate: Atlantis”), Sam J. Jones (Flash Gordon), Brian Krause (“Charmed,” Return to the Blue Lagoon), Claudia Wells (Back to the Future), pro wrestler Kevin Nash, Barry Williams (“The Brady Bunch,” “A Very Brady Renovation”), Thomas Ian Nicholas (American Pie, Rookie of the Year) and Samm Levine (“Freaks and Geeks,” Inglourious Basterds) as headliners at the event.

Wizard World Bay Area will feature standout comics creators as well as an outstanding array of programming, live entertainment, cosplay contests, gaming and more. Kato Kaelin serves as entertainment host on the main show stage.

Wizard World events bring together thousands of fans of all ages to celebrate the best in pop culture: movies, television, gaming, live entertainment, comics, sci-fi, graphic novels, toys, original art, collectibles, contests and more. The 14th and final event scheduled on the 2019 Wizard World calendar, Bay Area show hours are Friday, November 22, 4-9 p.m.; Saturday, November 23, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sunday, November 24, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Kids 10 and under are admitted free with paid adult.

Wizard World Bay Area is also the place for cosplay, with fans young and old showing off their best costumes throughout the event. Fans dressed as every imaginable character – and some never before dreamed – will roam the convention floor and participate in the famed Wizard World Costume Contest on Saturday evening.

For more on the 2019 Wizard World Bay Area, visit

About Wizard Entertainment, Inc. (OTCBB: WIZD)
Wizard Entertainment, Inc. ( produces comic, gaming and pop culture conventions across North America that celebrate the best in pop culture: movies, television, gaming, live entertainment, tech, comics, sci-fi, graphic novels, toys, original art, collectibles, contests and more. A first-class lineup of topical programming and entertainment takes place at each event, with celebrity Q&A’s, comics-themed sessions, costume contests, movie screenings, evening parties and more. Additional initiatives may include an augmented touring schedule of Wizard World shows, fixed-site installations, curated e-commerce, and the production and distribution of content both in the U.S. and internationally. Fans can interact with Wizard Entertainment at and on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and other social media services.

The 2019 Wizard World convention schedule is available at:

Glitz and Glamour Replace the Ravages of Chemo and Cancer During a Special Showcase at SMGlobal Catwalk

Courage and beauty are evident as patients model on the runway during SMGlobal Catwalk. The models, who are in the midst of surgeries, chemo, and radiation beat cancer in every step they take.

Glitz and Glamour Replace the Ravages of Chemo and Cancer During a Special Showcase at SMGlobal Catwalk

Dallas, TX, November 08, 2019 –(– Stage 4 cancer, a disease that cuts too many lives short and carries a stigma of fear and uncertainty, can be lived with courage and beauty. Say YES to Hope co-founder Suzanne Lindley and international designer, fashion mogul and Dallas resident Samina Mughal, owner of SMGlobal Catwalk partnered to share a special event that allows stage 4 cancer patients to, for a night, exchange chemo and cancer for the glitz and glamour of fashion. Samina lends her international platform for survivors to model and Suzanne brings patients to share their stories, creating an empowering night where fashion and philanthropy collide.

Ten stage 4 cancer patients will fulfill a dream of modeling in SMGlobal Catwalk Dallas Revolution Saturday, November 9 at The Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas, Texas. The showcase shows that no one is immune from cancer and the models range from a local theater owner, a fireman, an attorney, a hairdresser, an Uber driver and to moms and even a GrandJan! Each survivor has a powerful story and a strong message of hope. Just before these 10 warriors rock the runway, Carla Trout will set the stage with grace and lift the audience with her sweet, beautiful voice singing “Thread of Hope.”

International fashion model Can Muhammed Karagoz, who is flying in from New York, will give runway tips before the show and help with the walkthrough so that everyone feels ready. As many of the survivor models are in active treatment, and have even undergone recent surgeries, the assistance up the stairs and a steady shoulder from Can is reassuring. He has had an active role in each of the survivor showcases and is as much a part of the excitement and anticipation as the catwalk itself.

Singer/songwriter and East Texas native, Clay Thrash, will perform during the show and will end with a song that he wrote for Say YES to Hope. After Clay and Suzanne met, she asked him to write a song and gave him just the four words and numerous survivor stories to help him with his creation. He has since performed “Gonna Beat this Thing” at industry events and an official Oscar party. He will close the show with his powerful words.

Everyone is looking forward to the show. Samina Mughal describes the event as “a favorite for attendees” and “a beautiful chance for cancer patients to enjoy a once in a lifetime opportunity.” She is honored to be able to give such a memorable opportunity. Information on the “Surviving in Fashion” showcase with Say YES to Hope and SMGlobal Catwalk can be found at If you have stage 4 cancer and need a friend for the Journey or support, please contact Suzanne Lindley at 877-937-7478.

Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner! Children’s Picture Book with Pudgy Poultry is a Satisfying Bedtime Snack

Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner! Children’s Picture Book with Pudgy Poultry is a Satisfying Bedtime Snack

Peru, IN, November 08, 2019 –(– For pooped-out parents who pine for brief bedtime reads, this funny and fast-paced children’s picture book with a zoo full of anxious animals raining rapidly is just what the veterinarian ordered. Author/illustrator Sherry West and good friend/co-illustrator Larkin Stephens-Avery share an artistic appreciation for antsy animals and feathered fowl which they put to good use in this new children’s picture book, “It’s Raining Cats! It’s Raining Dogs! It’s Raining Bats! And Pollywogs!” by Morgan James Publishing. Ms. Avery is the proud progenitor of the pudgy poultry who inspire the feathered flock frantically flying through its end pages. (No chubby chickens came to any harm in the creation of this vegan-friendly book.)

“We have to duck and run for cover while chickens cluck and near us hover!” exclaim unseen participants as they are pelted by poultry. Other owl-eyed Boynton-esque critters freefall through pastel pages – delighting and engaging readers of all ages.

Across the board, parents, librarians, and educators report consistently positive reactions from children – delighted giggling and laughter with each turn of the page and begging for more.

Children easily acquire important English language skills as lyrical verse humorously and effortlessly carries parent and child along to its conclusion. Thankfully, this talented team is already at work on the next installment in this silly series.

About Sherry West: Sherry is an Indiana Children’s Book Author and Illustrator, member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, a former ESL teacher, educational writer, award-winning poet and homeschooling mom of three. Her designs have recently been featured in the latest issue of the United Kingdom’s Cardmaking and Papercraft magazine and appear regularly on Hochanda TV.

For more about Sherry, visit:

About Larkin Stephens-Avery: Larkin is an undergraduate student in art at Indiana University and works at a public library. As a young reader, she struggled with dyslexia and the resulting low self-esteem. Excelling in art compensated for this, but she has never forgotten her struggles. For that reason, this book’s text has been designed with dyslexic readers in mind.

With 28 pages of rollicking rhyme and creative cartooning, “It’s Raining Cats! It’s Raining Dogs! It’s Raining Bats! And Pollywogs!” is appropriate for readers ages 2-8 and is available for $9.95 from Morgan James Publishing at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other fine book retailers.

For additional information, to schedule speaking engagements, book signings or events with Sherry, contact Nickcole Watkins at (212) 655-5470.

Keeper of the Plains Band Releases Sultry Second Single

Country music single release on November 11.

Keeper of the Plains Band Releases Sultry Second Single

Fort Worth, TX, November 08, 2019 –(– After making his presence known to the Music Row Country Breakout Chart with his single, “Keep on Rollin’” at a well-deserved #36 and over 90,000 streams, Michael Gutierrez with Keeper of the Plains is stepping back up to the plate with a new single. “Lovin’ and Lettin’ Go” will be released to the Texas music scene on November 11.

Lead singer Michael Gutierrez says he “hopes ‘Lovin’ and Lettin’ Go’ will touch your soul with this tune that is sure to give us that feeling we’ve all felt before.” He says, “Past relationships always help us to grow and become better at creating that perfect kind of love. It’s always best to try and work things out instead of ‘Lovin’ and Lettin’ Go.'”

The single is written by Gary Hannan who has had his music performed by the highest selling solo artist of all time, Garth Brooks and superstar talents Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley, Joe Nichols, Montgomery Gentry and Chris Young just to name a few. His songs have received the BMI Million-Air Award for reaching over 6 million radio airplays.

Charlotte High School Boys Soccer Announces Opening of 2019-20 Season and Special Events Lineup

Charlotte Tarpon Boys Soccer is pleased to announce the opening of the 2019-20 season and upcoming events for this season.

Punta Gorda, FL, November 08, 2019 –(– Charlotte High School Boys Soccer is pleased to announce the opening of the 2019-20 soccer season and special events lineup. Charlotte Tarpon Boys Soccer open the season on November 12, 2019 verses Imagine High School. Kickoff is at 7:00PM at the newly named Brian Nolan Soccer Field.

The soccer field was named in honor of Charlotte High School’s current Athletic Director Brian Nolan. A naming ceremony will take place prior to kickoff.

Opening night is Parent Night where both Varsity and Junior Varsity players will honor their parents with a special tribute during half time.

Charlotte Tarpon Boys Soccer will be attending the Beef O’Brady’s Invite on November 16, 2010.

Charlotte Tarpon Boys Soccer will host their 2nd Annual Teacher Appreciation Night on December 17, 2019 with a half time Teacher Appreciation ceremony.

On December 19 and 20, 2019 Charlotte Tarpons present Youth Soccer Night with a special pre-game field ceremony. Players must arrive by 6:45PM for the event. All youth soccer players wearing a team jersey will get in free when accompanied by parent or guardian.

Sponsor Night will be held on January 8, 2020. Charlotte Tarpon Boys Soccer program will host a special half time event to honor Sponsors and the support they provide to the program.

Charlotte Tarpon Boys Soccer will recognize all Senior Players on Senior Night, January 24, 2020, with a half time ceremony recognizing Seniors and their families.

“We are looking forward to a great season. The boys have worked really hard getting ready for this season. We have some wonderful events to share with our community,” stated Varsity Head Coach Greg Winkler.

Individual game tickets are available at the gate prior to each home game. For group or special events tickets please contact Coach Winkler at Events and ceremonies are subject to change due to weather and scheduling issues. Please check Charlotte Tarpon Boys Soccer Facebook page for announcements and updates.

About Charlotte Tarpon Boys Soccer.
Charlotte Tarpon Boys Soccer is a character based High School Soccer program directed and coached by Coach Greg Winkler, with more than 30 years of experience as an educator, coach and administrator. A decorated soccer coach in the state of Wisconsin, Winkler was named to the Wisconsin Soccer Association Hall of Fame’s Class of 2015 and the Wisconsin Soccer Hall of Fame’s Class of 2017, recognizing a coaching career that included more than 400 wins at both the youth and high school levels. In 2018, he was named to the Fond du Lac High School Athletic Hall of Fame, where he enjoyed a 17-year coaching career (1998-2014) that saw him amass the most wins in program history (264). In 2017, he published a revised edition of his 2009 book, “Coaching a Season of Significance,” which has been hailed as “a valuable resource for coaches of any sport” and draws upon Winkler’s vast experiences to aid coaches in overcoming obstacles on their way to a significant season. He is a Certified Athletic Administrator and holds a United States Soccer Federation D License as well as United Soccer Coaches, Premier, Advanced National and National Diplomas.

For more information on Charlotte Tarpon Boys Soccer please visit the programs Facebook page at or on Twitter to contact Coach Winkler via email at

Found in the Underground Art Series on Skates Finds New Home at Lexus Velodrome

Found in the Underground is back for its fourth installation, and this time it’s getting a whole new set of wheels.

Found in the Underground Art Series on Skates Finds New Home at Lexus Velodrome

Detroit, MI, November 08, 2019 –(– Presented by ACRONYM and What Is Art, the pop-up art bizarre will be heading to the Lexus Velodrome on Friday, November 8, to celebrate an evening of performance, creation, and artistic collaboration. Featuring more than 40 artists working across different mediums, Found in the Underground Art Series on Skates offers the public an opportunity to discover and support some of Detroit’s most sought after talent.

From 6 p.m. to midnight, guests will be able to shop their way through the Lexus Velodrome, which will feature booths where attendees can purchase one-of-a-kind works from Detroit-area artists. Some of the highlighted artists include muralist Brian Lacey, Ironclad Tattoo Co.’s own Melise Hill, and a mental-health Virtual Reality installation from 360° photographer Ryian Reed. Additional programming highlights include Cyr Wheel performance art from Spinnovation Detroit, and DJ performances from Cass, Digitall, Esshaki, Trevor Vasher, and Wezbar.

Both skating enthusiasts and first-time rollers will also have the unique opportunity to skate along the Lexus Velodrome’s professionally graded track, known for hosting professional racing events that attract athletes from across the globe. Knock the dust off your old skates, or lace up a pair of rentals that will be available for just five dollars.

Purchase tickets to Found in the Underground Art Series on Skates

For those worried about working up an appetite on the rink, Found in the Underground will feature environmentally conscious dining creations from Monster Foods, as well as Halal items from Chef Tony Wapa. Coffee drinks will be available from Detroit’s Dessert Oasis Coffee Roasters, as well as stronger beverages from the Lexus Velodrome’s very-own Spoke Easy Bar.

Tickets for the event start at just $15, and children ages 17 and under are free. Reservations for large parties are also available for $150 and include ten tickets and access to a private suite.

For more information, head to the Facebook event page, or purchase tickets online at

Authors’ Children Record Audiobook Version of “Lotus and Lily Go to the Park”

Authors' Children Record Audiobook Version of

Oak Park, IL, November 08, 2019 –(– Malcolm and Denise M. Johnson’s book for new beginning readers, “Lotus and Lily Go to the Park,” has been brought to life with their daughters’ audiobook.

“Lotus and Lily Go to the Park” is a fun story featuring a happy family, that introduces children to colors, sight words, numbers in two forms and family values. The audiobook, narrated by their then 6 and 4yr old children, is great as a companion piece to the paperback or eBook and allows the story to be told by children for children.

The mission of the book and audiobook is to promote early childhood literacy, build a diverse library and reduce screen time by producing a fun and useful gift. Malcolm illustrated the original characters and pictures, while Denise edited and colored the illustrations. The married team from Chicago were inspired by their children to create something that would inspire them, allow them to display their creativeness and strengthen their bond.

The audiobook may be ordered on iTunes and Amazon/Audible and the paperback and eBook may be ordered on ( Physical CD copy of the audiobook may be ordered individually or as a package with the book by emailing

They have represented their book at several book fairs and are currently planning their next project and Denise has had several articles published by online blogs. She may be contacted by email for affordable blog features or free podcast features on related subject matter including parenthood, motherhood, small business, self development and early childhood education.

Sound Royalties Defies Stereotype, Revolutionizes Music Financing in the Artist-Driven Digital Economy

Embraced by Creatives, Business Model Offers a Quality Alternative to Traditional Banks

Sound Royalties Defies Stereotype, Revolutionizes Music Financing in the Artist-Driven Digital Economy

Nashville, TN, November 07, 2019 –(– With the explosive growth of digital technology, the music industry is evolving at an exponential rate. On-demand digital streams grew by 49 percent in 2018, and now account for 80 percent of total music industry revenue. The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) reports that by 2025, one billion people will be downloading music.

This massive shift has created a new, artist-driven music economy where the creator is king. There are more platforms than ever before to showcase, share and sell music, and new digital royalty streams allow independent artists to generate lucrative income and grow a global fan base one song at a time. As an asset class, music royalties are hot, with investors paying record multiples in the category.

But some things haven’t changed. The music industry is fiercely competitive, and it still takes money to build a career. Fortunately, innovative funding options for creative projects are starting to drive out the predatory lenders who once peddled unfavorable advances to songwriters, performers and producers. Unscrupulous operators who would gladly take possession in default of the one thing artists need to preserve – their royalty copyrights – are seen as pariahs among today’s creator class.

In their place have emerged a new breed of artist-friendly finance specialists like Sound Royalties, who have been embraced as part of the creative community. Its CEO, Alex Heiche, a Nashville resident and classically trained pianist with a passion for music, founded Sound Royalties in 2014. Sound Royalties’ mission is to provide creatives with working capital backed by their royalty income, without ever putting their copyrights at risk. Sound Royalties advances funding based on the music and its royalty streams, not the person, and never buys or takes possession of a client’s copyrights, even in default.

“We offer an alternative to traditional banking solutions without the need for personal financial statements or tax returns,” said Heiche. “Banks can be constrained by banking regulations that can prohibit them from funding these types of transactions. Sound Royalties strives to be as flexible as possible and build each transaction to fit our customers’ unique needs.”

Sound Royalties uses dynamic pricing based on an analysis of future royalty income, offering advances between $5,000 and $10 million. Songs are evaluated on five criteria: the song’s age and income-producing history; the income source such as ASCAP, BMI, SESAC and others; the royalty type, whether publishing or recording copyrights, traditional or streaming; the depth of catalog, whether a single song or many; and genre, since some music categories have a longer shelf life than others. Finally, the length of the deal is factored in. The artist then selects from a range of customized options.

Pitbull, Lil Wayne, gospel-jazz musician Ben Tankard, and Latin music sensation Brenda K. Starr understand the advantages of the Sound Royalties approach, as do up-and-coming artists such as New Jersey rapper Mesa and soundtrack composer Adonis Tsilimparis (CSI:NY, History Channel). Mesa has used Sound Royalties on three occasions, putting funds toward new music, video production and income-producing investments. Since the time of his first funding, his streaming numbers have skyrocketed well into the millions. Tsilimparis, who recently moved from New York to L.A., has used advances to relieve debt, buy new equipment and hire an orchestra for a film score. “Good orchestras are expensive,” he said. “It helped save the film.”

“Knowledge is power in our business, regardless of your level of success,” said Mesa. “The way Sound Royalties gives you the knowledge and lets you choose your option is the opposite of the stereotypical lender.”

Sound Royalties reverses the misperception that obtaining an advance is too expensive. Their response is a commitment to pricing transparency and artist-first policies such as seeking to make pass-through royalty income part of every deal and not requiring 100 percent recoupment. Heiche’s advocacy for creatives and extensive knowledge of the complex flows of royalty streams is well known, having been invited to speak on the subject by the Recording Academy, Sync Summit, Vanderbilt University, Belmont University and many other organizations.

As technology expands, producing and distributing new content means earning more royalty income and the opportunity to leverage that income and scale a career to greater heights. With a wealth of expertise in copyrights, licensing and royalty-based financing, Sound Royalties is helping creators take control, seize their independence and fulfill their destiny in the new music economy.

About Sound Royalties
Founded by CEO Alex Heiche, Sound Royalties, LLC is a privately-owned specialty finance firm that helps music industry professionals fund personal and professional projects without ever taking ownership of their copyrights, allowing for pass-through income, and empowering creatives to choose from a variety of flexible pricing options. The company’s core business is offering royalty advances of anywhere from $5,000 to $10 million. It does this by advancing artist, producer and songwriter royalties paid through music labels, distributors, publishers and PROs such as BMI, ASCAP, SESAC, SoundExchange and many more. To date, Sound Royalties has worked with a wide range of leading music industry professionals, including GRAMMY Award winners, platinum recording artists and notable music industry executives in every genre. Learn more at