Welcome to Cherry Red Licensing

Cherry Red Records represents a vast catalogue of recordings covering almost every popular music genre from the last fifty years, holding worldwide rights over much of the material.  We welcome all types of licensing enquiry from around the world.

 

Through our publishing arm, Cherry Red Songs, we also control over 17,000 copyrights making us a one stop shop for many of the tracks where we also control the master.

 

For any enquiries, contact us.

New Catalogue

  • 30 Nov Pass The Fast Buck

    Fast Buck were a quintessential British mid-70s rock band, rooted in the same twelve-bar (room) riffs as early AC/DC and Bad Company.   Cented around the songwriting talents of Ed Hamilton, Fast Buck recorded just one eponymous album (Jet Records, 1976) but they also made......

  • 10 Oct Late 70s Fashion!

    Formed in Birmingham in 1978, Fashion – or Fàshiön Music, as they were originally billed – blended new wave energy with the glamour of Roxy and Bowie. Cherry Red are proud to represent the rights to Fashion‘s debut album from 1979, Product Perfect, as well......

  • 21 Sep Cherry Red proud to represent seminal 45s by Zoom Records artists

    Founded in summer 1977, Zoom Records was Scotland’s leading Punk and New Wave label, run by Bruce Findlay, who also managed Zoom’s most promising act Simple Minds. The rest of the catalogue, some dozen or so singles, have languished ever since. But Cherry Red are......

Recent Licences

  • 13 Nov Clara’s Ghost In Toyland

    Clara’s Ghost is a new U.S. film set over the course of a single evening in the Reynolds’ family home in Connecticut, telling the story of Clara Reynolds who, fed up with ribbing from her showbiz family, finds solace in and guidance from the supernatural......

  • 12 Oct Marine Girls On TV

    Prior to co-forming Everything But The Girl, Tracey Thorn was in The Marine Girls, who made two albums’ worth of charming, DIY indie pop, Beach Party (1981) and Lazy Ways (1983). Their lo-fi favourite ‘A Place In The Sun’ can be heard in the soundtrack......

  • 24 Aug Science Fiction Skateboarder!

    Founded in 1964, Skateboarder magazine was the scene’s longest running publication, capturing the boom in skateboarding across the 1970s and then returning to document its revival in the late 1990s. Skateboarder ceased publication in 2013 but still operates digitally – and a new online Skateboarder......