P.M.R advances on and buyouts royalties, residuals, copyrights, and patents and specializes in funding commercial entertainment cash flows (ASCAP, BMI, DGA, MGM, SAG, SEASCAP, SONY, PARAMOUNT, WARNER BROS., UNIVERSAL, WGA, etc.) We offer short term profit-participation loans; cash advances on investment annuities / structured settlements; and lottery winning buyouts to U.S.A. based actors, singers, songwriters, movie producers, artists, authors, entertainers, composers, music publishers, movie directors and other industry professionals. We also advance on pipeline contracts, production music deals, and naming rights income.|
P.M.R was able to work out a way cool deal with Robert Lawrence who co-produced the 1995 cult comedy hit "Clueless".
The film, a modernized parody of Jane Austen's classic novel "Emma", grossed over $56 million and helped to turn its lead Alicia Silverstone into a household name.
Entertainment Weekly named "Clueless" one of the "New Classics" ranking it at #42 on a list of 100 such titles that were released between 1983 - 2008.
P.M.R was able to help out the estate of the legendary saxophonist Charlie Parker when the banks couldn't.
Charles Parker, Jr. (known as "Yardbird" or just "The Bird"), was a highly influential jazz soloist and Grammy Award winning composer who co-invented the musical styling commonly referred to as "bebop" and also introduced several revolutionary harmonic ideas including rapid passing chords, new variants of altered chords, and chord substitutions.
In 1938 Parker joined the band of pianist Jay McShann with whom he toured around Southwest Chicago and New York. A year later Parker moved to Chicago and was a regular performer at a nightclub on 55th street.
During the four years that Charlie Parker stayed with McShann's band, he got the opportunity to perform solo in several of their recordings. Such as Hootie Blues, Sepian Bounce, and Confessing the Blues.
In his later years Charlie Parker became an icon in both the Hipster and the Beatnik subcultures and helped to personify the jazz musician as an artist and as an intellectual rather than as just another musical entertainer.
Miles Davis once said, "You can tell the
entire history of jazz in four words:
Louis Armstrong, Charlie Parker."
From the very beginning our mission has always been to help free up capital for musicians and other royalty earners who want to exchange a fixed number of their future royalty payments for a lump-sum advance without having to relinquish their rights.
Over the years we've helped artists, or in some cases their families, raise funds for everything from starting a new business venture to locating new digs after their home was destroyed by fire or a flood.
And with our highly skilled workforce in tow and more than $100 million in assets available to fund royalty advances, P.M.R anticipates many opportunities to help other royalty earners achieve their financial goals.
||How Can P.M.R Help Me Out?|
If you are an adult-aged recipient
of royalty payments or residuals stemming from songs, books, TV shows, motion pictures, or radio programs and you need
|your cash now, P.M.R can provide you with fast royalty financing from $10,000. up to $50 Million based on your annual earnings.|
Your prior credit history is never an issue and we advance funds to royalty earners regardless of their current credit rating.
Best of all you will always maintain complete and full ownership of your copyrighted materials throughout the entire transaction.
How Do I Start? P.M.R's application process is fast, easy, and straightforward. To begin you can either e-mail us or you can use our online form.
We usually reply within 24 business hours.
Please note that ProMusic Royalties will never take over the ownership of any copyrighted material unless the beneficiary specifically asks for a full buyout.
P.M.R was fortunate to acquire the extensive music catalog (more than 186 titles!) of renowned score composer Joseph Katsaros who has placed songs in major motion pictures and popular TV shows like Alvin and the Chipmunks, Sex and the City, the Iron Man films, Trainwreck, 50 Shades of Grey, Gossip Girl, Grey's Anatomy, Bones, and Numb3rs.
|One Joey K. song, "Pick It Up", has been licensed to over half a dozen movies and TV shows.|