“Baywatch”, the new movie featuring Dwayne Johnson, Zac Efron, Priyanka Chopra and Alexandra Daddario opens throughout the world in and around May 2017 and includes the classic reworking of “In A Broken Dream” by A$AP Rocky feat. Rod Stewart, Miguel and Mark Ronson titled “Everyday”. The song is included on the digital soundtrack release “Baywatch: Music from the Motion Picture” out now along with other songs by Sean Paul, Lionel Richie, The Chemical Brothers and The Notorious B.I.G.
“The Wonder Of You European Tour 2017” kicked off this week in Rotterdam and is coming through to the UK this November. The show includes performances of “A Big Hunk O’ Love” which was featured on the Elvis Presley with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 2016 album “The Wonder Of You” and “It’s Now Or Never” from his 2015 album with TRPO “If I Can Dream”.
"The Laughing Policeman" by Charles Penrose (New Songs Administration Ltd) was recently featured in Raymond Brigg’s 2016 poignant animated movie "Ethel & Ernest" based on the award winning graphic novel by Raymond Briggs. It is an affectionate depiction of the life of Raymond and his mother and father as they lived through extraordinary events including the impact of World War 2, the advent of mass television and the birth of the Welfare State. The film's impressive voice cast includes Brenda Blethyn and Jim Broadbent.
Following 2015’s massive success with Elvis and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s “If I Can Dream”, which featured “It’s Now Or Never” from the fabulous Schroeder catalogue, came 2016’s "The Wonder Of You" which sold over 500,000 units in the UK and features “A Big Hunk Of Love”, another work co-written by Aaron Schroeder.
BMI London Honors U.K. Publisher of “Uptown Funk” BMI’s Executive Director, Writer/Publisher Relations Europe & Asia, Brandon Bakshi, proudly presented New Songs Administration’s John Fogarty with a BMI award for co-publishing the mammoth hit “Uptown Funk”. Based in London, New Songs Administration is the only U.K. publisher on the chart-topper, which was the most performed song in the United States in 2015.