Independent artist licensing and management company DA Music — producers and curators of an international, clearance-free music library — is now offering the Quintessential Hits catalog, an exclusive collection of rerecorded, remixed and remastered tracks by the original hitmakers.
The collection features Rod Stewart with his saxophonist, Katja Rieckermann, and TMTQ on a version of the hit “Do Ya Think I’m Sexy.” Some other artists in the collection are three-time Grammy-winner Jimmy Haslip, the producer/performer of the Yellowjackets, and blues guitarist and Louisiana Music Hall of Fame inductee Gregg Wright. The Quintessential Hits catalog... click here to read the full article.
Iconic musician and top 100 drummers of all time, Danny Seraphine, teams up with Los Angeles based DA Music on key collaborations for the Quintessential Hits (QH) catalog. Servicing every content creator and end-user worldwide, DA Music is delivering exceptional clearance free tracks from their fast-growing Library. Chicago is one of the Recording Academy's 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award recipients that will be televised October 16, 2020 on PBS.
The woman-owned independent artist licensing company, founded in 2015 by Los Angeles native Deborah Alexander, DA Music™ continues to expand their libraries by collaborating with iconic greats like Danny Seraphine, best known as the original drummer and founding member of Chicago, also ranked one of the top 100 drummers of all time by Rolling Stone.
A relatively young and enterprising company, DA Music has cultivated a noteworthy international Library and the spotlight’s becoming more familiar with placements in major award-winning films like Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time…in Hollywood, ...click here to read the full article on PRweb