Reservoir Media Management - Catalogs
 
|
  • Playlist
Title
Artist
Genre
Length
Playlist save clear
Your playlist is currently empty.

Catalogs

a-ha

Few bands can boast the legacy or longevity of Norwegian group a-ha. Since their debut single "Take On Me" hit number one in the US and around the world in autumn 1985, the band have gone on to sell over 80 million records. Thirty years on from their breakthrough success, a-ha have been gracing the ...

Allan Felder

Philadelphian Allan Wayne Felder was a songwriter and producer who worked with artists comprising a veritable who's who of rhythm & blues and pop. His songs can be found on countless records created during the '60s, '70s, and '80. His frequent collaborators were Norman Harris, Bunny Sigler, Ron ...

Big & Rich

Big & Rich first landed a record deal after country music superstar Martina McBride recorded a song written by the duo, “She’s a Butterfly.” Although their first album was unsuccessful, Horse of a Different Color exploded in 2004. Thanks to their hit single “Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy,” ...

Billy Strayhorn

As a child in the small town of Hillsborough in New Jersey, Billy Strayhorn held an unwavering attraction for his grandmother’s piano. This ardent interest in the piano later grew into Strayhorn’s beginnings and musical growth as a musician and composer in the classical and jazz genres. In ...

Bobaflex

American rock band, Bobaflex, were formed in West Virginia by brothers Shawn “Beaver” McCoy and Minister Marvin McCoy, drummer Ronnie Castro, and co-lead singers Lutz and Drebbit. They released their own self-titled debut album in 1999. After meeting Shifty Shellshock, the lead singer of Crazy ...

Bounty Killer

Grammy nominated Jamaican reggae and dancehall artist Bounty Killer was known for his violent material consisting of condemnations of corrupt authority, tributes to his mother, and a DJ rivalry with Beanie Man. He began his DJ career at the age of nine with his father’s small sound system. He ...

Brian Jonestown Massacre

Brian Jonestown Massacre is known for introducing Western rock & roll to the Eastern culture. Their name comes from a combination of The Rolling Stones’ guitarist and founder, Brian Jones, and the mass cult suicide in Jonestown, Guyana. They originally formed in San Francisco, California in 1990. ...

Century Media

Founded in the 1990’s in Los Angeles, London and Dortmund, Germany, Century Media’s publishing arm specialized in different styles of rock music. The writer roster includes such artists as Arch Enemy, Architects, Devin Townsend, Deicide, Iced Earth, In This Moment, Lacuna Coil, Shadows Fall, ...

Evanescence

American rock band Evanescence was founded in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1995 by singer/pianist Amy Lee and guitarist Ben Moody. The band released their first full-length album, Fallen in 2003, which went on to sell more than 17 million copies worldwide and earned the band two Grammy Awards and seven ...

FINGER ELEVEN

FINGER ELEVEN’s long-awaited, critically acclaimed sixth studio album (and first in five years), FIVE CROOKED LINES, was released today via The Bicycle Music Company/Concord. The album’s first single, “Wolves and Doors,” is burning up the radio airwaves now. A video for the song can be ...

For A Minor Reflection

Hailing from Iceland FaMR comprises of four 20-year-olds from Reykjavík, Iceland - Kjartan Holm (guitar), Guðfinnur Sveinsson (guitar and piano), Elvar Jón Guðmundsson (bass) and Andri Freyr Þorgeirsson (percussion). Starting life as a hard rock duo in a tiny garage in Reykjavík, Iceland, ...

Ja Rule

As one of the stars of The Inc. label, Ja Rule, born Jeffrey Atkins, is a multi-platinum rapper with numerous hit singles under his belt. Ja Rule was one of the rap industry’s most commercially successful artists during the early 2000s. He started his career with featured verses on songs such as ...

John Denver

Country-pop singer-songwriter John Denver is one of the most successful recording artists of all time. Of his albums, 12 are gold and four are platinum, and in the mid-'70s he had a string of gold singles. One of the world’s best-known and best-loved performers, Denver earned international ...

John Rich

As the other force behind Big & Rich, writing over a dozen songs in the Billboard top 20 charts, Rich has also produced albums for Gretchen Wilson, James Otto and Jewel, while previously hosting CMT's reality show Gone Country and being a judge on NBC's Nashville Star. He has also won a Grammy ...

Junod Etienne

J-Spark, a New York producer and multi-instrumentalist, excels at creating music around an artist's strong points. Whether it's hip-hop, pop, or R&B, creating a song from scratch in the artist's presence is his specialty. Amongst his various collaborations include artists such as Anthony Hamilton, ...

Kenny Alphin

Of the smash country duo Big & Rich, Alphin has written over ten charting singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs while sitting as a judge on CMT's Can You Duet and working to raise awareness for his Love Everybody Fund.

Leon Ware

Leon Ware was a legend of soul music. He was there, from the streets of Detroit to Motown’s Hitsville USA recording studio with Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, and Stevie Wonder. Ware created the classics “I Wanna Be Where You Are” (Michael Jackson), “Body Heat” (Quincy Jones),”If I Ever ...

Lifted House

Established in 1992 by Jan Meedom and Christian Rosén focusing on electronic music with an aim to have international success with local artists. Always dedicated to the electronic scene and dance music stirring up hits like Bob Marley vs. Funkstar De Luxe - "Sun Is Shining", Ida Corr vs. Fedde Le ...

Lil Jon

Lil Jon has been the figurehead of the Dirty South “Crunk” movement and lifestyle from the Atlanta area, becoming one of the most sought-after artists and producers in the industry. He became well known as a producer due to his skills at making club remixes. Lil Jon has worked with a diverse ...

“It's like 'mooer'. Or Mo. Or Moo. Or anything.” MØ may not mind how you say her name, but you'd better start practising your Danish pronunciation. The 24-year-old singer-songwriter is about to break big. Karen Marie Ørsted grew up on Funen, one of Denmark's largest islands, and she ...

Molly Hatchet

Molly Hatchet emerged in Jacksonville, Florida in the 1970s, coming up among fellow heritage rock groups like Lynyrd Skynyrd and .38 Special. Molly Hatchet quickly distinguished itself from the rest of the circuit with a unique blend of boogie, blues, and hard rock, as exemplified in its enduring ...

New Years Day

LA-based pop-punkers New Years Day makes quite a noise with their ultra-catchy, anthemic songs that are loaded with daggers for lyrics. Making them unique in the boy dominated punk scene is the bold presence of 22-year old female singer Ash Costello, providing distinct and empowering vocals to a ...

Nickel Shoe Music

Founded in tandem with Philly Groove Records in 1967, Nickel Shoe Music boasts an array of soul and R&B hits from the 1960s and '70s, including recordings by The Delfonics and First Choice.

Norman Harris

A pioneer of the Philly Soul movement, Norman Harris collaborated with soul and disco artists of the ‘60s, ‘70s, and ‘80s including The Trampps, The Four Tops, The Temptations, First Choice, Loletta Holloway, Curtis Mayfield, and Blue Magic, among many others. As an acclaimed guitarist, ...

Phantogram

Phantogram was formed in Saratoga Springs, a small city in upstate New York, by bandmates and longtime friends Josh Carter and Sarah Barthel. Since 2007, Phantogram's unique sound has evolved gradually and organically, and the band's career has mirrored that progress. With each acclaimed release, ...

Reverb Music

Reservoir acquired Reverb Music in 2012. Reverb Music was established in 1991 and has evolved into a creative hub developing writers and artists on an international basis. It now has more than 12,500 copyrights and is continually growing. Over the last few years Reverb has consolidated its ...

Rickie Lee Jones

Once touted as the natural successor to Joni Mitchell, singer/songwriter Rickie Lee Jones proved no less idiosyncratic or mercurial; like Mitchell, Jones experienced significant commercial success at the outset of her career, but a restless creative spirit -- combined with a stubborn refusal to fit ...

Riot !n Paris

Riot in Paris are a hip-hop rock duo from Brooklyn, NY. Mercy and Pete Hype were initially solo acts performing in the New York City area when Grammy-winning producer Devo Springsteen first discovered the two. They changed the group name to Riot !n Paris shortly after signing with Springsteen's ...

Seether

On their sixth full-length album Isolate and Medicate, multi-platinum alternative rock trio Seether – Shaun Morgan [vocals, guitar], Dale Stewart [bass, backing vocals], and John Humphrey [drums] – strip their trademark melodic thrash to its core and deliver the most poignant, passionate, and ...

Sheryl Crow

From her small town beginnings in Missouri, Sheryl Crow has evolved to become one of the biggest, mainstream rockers of this music age. Even after selling over 50 million albums worldwide, Crow continues to maintain a loose yet polished songwriting style to each track produced, including the Crow ...

The Baldwin Brothers

Despite sharing monikers with one of Hollywood's most famous acting clans, the groove-based electronic group the Baldwin Brothers actually got their name from a childhood inside joke. The duo's music mixed a vintage Fender Rhodes with lounge, funk, jazz, and dance influences, and gradually, the ...

The Cinematics

The Glasgow four piece The Cinematics are an intriguing gang of lads using echoing, buzz-saw guitars, analogue synth-lines and disco-funk rhythms to paint sonic pictures of their violent dreams. The band have released two studio albums to date, and are soon to record their third long-player in ...

The Hold Steady

Formed in 2004 and originally from Minneapolis, MN, The Hold Steady are a critically acclaimed rock band with a vibrant mixture of punk ethos and classic rock pedigree punctuated by lyrically dense storytelling and guitar riffs. The band’s narrative based songs have scored them millions of fans ...

The Holloways

The Holloways had an exciting start to life with the critically acclaimed debut - "So This Is Great Britain?" - and 2007 saw the band storm sold out shows across the UK with singles Dance Floor, Generator and Two Left Feet pumping on the radio airwaves. Now, the energy and the bond in the band has ...

The Kicks

The band formed in 2000 in Little Rock, Arkansas with singer and guitarist Scott Cook, bassist and vocalist Joshua Faulkner, lead guitarist and keyboardist Jesse Paler, and drummer Jaren Johnsten. The Kicks created their own sound, blending power pop, punk-pop, and metal. Their self-titled first ...

The Unband

The Unband has a reputation for debaucherous live shows, being banned from Boston clubs for lighting objects on fire, stripping naked, using alcohol and “prop” drugs, and projectile vomiting. The band was formed in 1988 by bassist Mike Ruffino, guitarist and vocalist Matt Pierce, and drummer ...

Thomas McClary

Guitarist Thomas McClary co-founded The Commodores after meeting Lionel Ritchie at college in 1968. Together, the Commodores would go on to become one of the biggest music groups in the world earning nine Grammy Award nominations, and picking up the award for best R&B Vocal Performance for their ...

Towers Of London

Rowdy English pub rockers Towers of London blend the high-octane charge of Sex Pistols-era British punk, the hedonistic charm of '80s hair metal, and the tabloid-heavy antics of Oasis and the Libertines into a volatile shot of pure rock & roll debauchery. Their songs are short and sharp, the singer ...

Turin Brakes

"The sweetly distinctive vocal harmonies and earthy guitar tones that put the folk-inspired duo of Olly Knights and Gale Paridjanian on the map in the early '00s are as rich as ever" - The Dwarf With the release of their 6th album We Were Here, Turin Brakes are arguably veterans of the indie / ...

Vicky McGehee

Vicky McGehee moved to Nashville to pursue an entertainment law career, yet it wasn't long before Music Row took notice of Vicky's songwriting abilities. In 2005 McGehee won Music Row's "Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year," in 2006 she won BMI's highly coveted "Songwriter of the Year" along with a ...

Walter Orange

Walter Orange is a member of funk and soul group the Commodores, known for their Motown hits in the late 70s and early 80s. Throughout their career as a group, the Commodores released 17 full-length studio albums between 1974 and 1995, six of which went to #1 on Billboard’s R&B charts. ...

WILBERT HART

Wilbert Hart (born October 19, 1947) is an American R&B singer and a pioneering co-founding member of the legendary Delfonics. Wilbert (aka, Wil) was instrumental in the development of the styling and branding of the Delfonics and what is widely known as “The sound of Sexy Soul”. From the ...

Willie Mitchell

Soul songwriter and producer, the late Willie Mitchell was credited with creating legendary recording artist Al Green’s signature sound and was integral in developing the distinctive ‘Memphis Soul’ sound. Mitchell worked extensively with Green, with whom he joined forces in 1968. Their 1971 ...
Powered by Synchtank® V2.9 | Patents Pending
Site designed in NYC by Rivington Design House