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Over 90 #1 Hits And 8 Hall of Fame Songwriters

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Hearts Bluff Music

Since 2005, Hearts Bluff Music has assimilated a historic portfolio of copyrights and royalty interests spanning more than half a century of definitive American Music. These include over 90 #1 Hits, 8 Hall-of-Fame Songwriters, and thousands of songs performed by the top-selling artists of all time. As a boutique company owned by music lovers and music creators, we’ve specialized in acquiring select catalogs on behalf of our investors.

Catalog & Royalty Acquisitions

We are a small boutique company representing tens of millions of dollars in private equity. With this independent funding, we have the freedom to negotiate creative, fair, and highly competitive deals for select catalogs.

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Catalog Consulting

Hearts Bluff represents several private-equity groups who are actively purchasing music-publishing assets. We consult with them from start to finish in acquiring and managing these amazing treasures.

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Latest News

Hearts Bluff's Wondrous Worship Catalog expands with songs by Miriam Webster

Hearts Bluff's Wondrous Worship Catalog expands with songs by Miriam Webster

The Hearts Bluff team is extremely excited to add worship hits by Miriam Webster to our Wondrous Worship catalog! Growing up in Australia, Miriam Webster began singing and writing songs from a very young age. She’s well known as being a worship… Read Full Article

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Latest Event

Hearts Bluff Highlights from 2017

Hearts Bluff Highlights from 2017

We had a lot of adventures in 2017, but these are some of our most memorable! 30A Songwriters Festival - We hosted the Lakehouse stage and had a blast listening to amazing artists and songwriters like John Prine, Cheap Trick, Jeffrey Steele, Shawn Mullins, and many more.… Read Full Article

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Latest Opinion

Songwriters Penalized in New Tax Bill… Almost

Songwriters Penalized in New Tax Bill… Almost

Historically, songwriters were exempt from Capital Gains rates on their taxes, meaning they had to pay the higher Ordinary rates when they sold their catalogs. The roots of these laws were based in the antiquated “Eisenhower Rules” from the early 1950’s. These … Read Full Article

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