Songwriter Isaac Fox has been signed to a joint venture between MusInk and the recently-launched Rezonant Music Group. Fox, who resides in Nashville, was trained at the Royal College of Music in London (violin) while making a name for himself in the UK as a go-to multi-instrumentalist for UK-based pop/rock acts, including Irish pop artist Shane Filan.
“From the beginning, Rezonant’s plan was to be a multi genre publishing company,” Rezonant CEO Tim Wipperman said. “Our team sees great potential in Isaac. He’s a 24-year-old musical prodigy and has a great pop song sensibility. We are also excited to go into this co-venture with Richard Orga and MusInk. Partnerships such as this will help us create a strong foundation and allow us to accomplish our goals in a smart and creative way.”
Rezonant Music Publishing was established in 2016 by founding partners and music publishing veterans Wipperman (Nashville) and Garry Velletri (New York), along with financial consultant Alan Walter (Los Angeles). Within the company’s first several months of operation, it signed songwriter and producer Ross Copperman. Rezonant also acquired rights to songwriter Matt Jenkins’ catalog and will be working in conjunction with Combustion Music and Warner/Chappell to exploit those works.
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