TERM: LIFE OF COPYRIGHT
CATALOG: This is the producer’s share from master recordings of Sister Hazel including their hit single “All For You”
RIGHTS INCLUDED: 100% OF THE PRODUCERS SHARE OF THE MASTER RECORDINGS PAID BY UNIVERSAL MUSIC
TYPE OF ASSETS: PRODUCERS SHARE
LAST 12 MONTHS REVENUE: $6,818
Grammy award winning producer and engineer Paul Ebersold has worked with an ever-lengthening list of A listers including but not limited to 3 Doors Down, Al Green, Chuck Levell, Sister Hazel and many more. He is selling his Producers share to several songs he collaborated with Sister Hazel on spanning several years and including the hit “All For You” from …Somewhere More Familiar, the second studio album by Sister Hazel, released in 1997. Although it only peaked at #47 in the U.S., it has gone platinum selling over a million copies. This album contained a re-recorded and more well known version of “All for You“, and is Sister Hazel’s biggest hit to date, hitting #11 on the Billboard Hot 100.
“All For You” was released in 1997 the the rest of the songs spanning through early 2000’s so this group of songs is well into flatline and since “All For You” represents 84% of the income most of the focus will be on that one song.
I was able to pinpoint why there was a bounce in Q2 2016 and it is because Sister Hazel released their first album since 2010 so I am pretty sure that is why we got this bounce and then drop off. In the analysis below, we can see that the steady rise in income is from streaming.
In Q4 2016 Spotify was only at $599 and peaked in 2019 at $1,374 and was $1,127 in the last statement. Streaming income is steady and Spotify, Pandora and Apple all represent 80% of the income.
Looking at the full catalog of songs we see that “All For You” represents 84% with the other top 4 songs range from 2% to 3% all being release between 1997 and 2000.
This is a very straightforward money making machine. The songs are all 20 plus years old and streaming continues to keep them relevant and producing strong consistent revenue. There is very little downside here and as streaming continues to grow, there could even be some growth here as well.
Data is HERE.