Posts Tagged: Jason Pascal

Praise the Lord! The Orchard Buys 2 Gospel Catalogs!

The Orchard recently completed the purchase of two venerable Gospel catalogs — Blackberry Records and MCG Records. Blackberry, a Jackson, MS company, is centered around The Williams Brothers, a multi-generational act now in its 55th year. Founded by Leonard “Pop” Williams in 1960, the band currently consists of brothers Doug and Melvin Williams, along with… Read more »

Witchcraft, Paganism, Black Magic and Illuminati Imagery

The above are words taken from the complaint in a copyright infringement lawsuit filed recently in the Eastern District of Missouri. While accusations of witchcraft, paganism, black magic and Illuminati imagery may seem mundane given the state of the nation, this one is notable given the parties: the plaintiffs include Christian rappers Flame and Lecrae, and… Read more »

Pick Jason Pascal and Erol Cichowski’s Brain at the Billboard Latin Music Conference

With the Billboard Latin Music Conference coming up in just under two weeks, we at The Orchard are excited to have our very own Jason Pascal, VP of Licensing & Associate General Counsel, and Erol Cichowski, VP, International, represent us throughout the conference at multiple panels. The Latin Music Conference, taking place in Miami, features a… Read more »

Get Your Bachata On: The Orchard and Premium Latin Music Expand Partnership

The Orchard and Premium Latin Music have entered into a new, long-term license which expands the companies’ relationship to collection of neighboring rights monies and manangement of the Aventura You Tube channel. Dormant for several years, Aventura’s You Tube channel nevertheless has 392,000 subscribers. Beginning in 2014, The Orchard and Premium Latin will partner to… Read more »

Relax! The Orchard Has You Covered with Talking Taco

The Orchard is happy to announce our acquisition of the Talking Taco catalogue. Talking Taco, the work of Ben Tavera King and his late wife, Vickie, began in 1985 with Native American flute releases that were sold to gift shops in New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado. The label expanded to include a large variety of Latin… Read more »