Licensing of music has become the new alternative source of revenue for bands and solo artists alike since the steady decline of CD sales. The popularity of licensed music has actually soared and the usage of music in all forms of media is dramatically on the rise.
37 Records is proud of the eclectic grouping of music we have to offer the world for licensing. Any of the acts on this site are licensing their music to ad agencies, films, television, web sites, cabaret and more. If you don’t see or hear what you need, please make a request and we will get you the proper song.
Licensing of songs or soundtrack clips can range in pricing from a low of $200 to as high as $200,000 depending on the song, the media and the length of the usage. We control the master on all of the artist on 37 Records and the publishing on many of the songs. At this time, we are licensing steadily in the range of $1500 to $15,000 per usage for master and or sync.
37 Records can license directly over 2500 songs in the McJames Music catalog and has access to a million songs through SongCatalog.com.
We have had recent successes in film, TV, websites and advertising campaigns. Some of the uses have included: Bacardi Rum, Motorola Razor, Honda CR-V, Scion, Blood and Chocolate, Kicking It Old Skool, Jetsons: The Movie, Dirty Sexy Money, Brothers and Sisters, Gossip Girls, Dexter, Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Ugly Betty, America’s Top Model, Dancing With The Stars, Private Practice, The L Word, Little Miss, One Tree Hill, The Hills, Guiding Light, Bad Girls Guide, many snowboarding and skate boarding DVDs, Momento (Snowflakes) (German Indie), Sororiety Row, Iron Man 2 (Trailer), Hellcats, Smallville , Knight Rider and more.