Elizabeth Brahan has been hired as Director of Publishing for Sprockets Music Publishing, which is a sister company to Copperline Music Group. Brahan will report directly to Sprockets founder and owner, Will Edwards.
In her new role, Brahan will continue to grow the company’s catalog by enhancing its innovative approach to placing music for film and television, as well as traditional music outlets.
Prior to Sprockets, Brahan worked at Big Yellow Dog Music and also had previous career stops at Combustion Music and Big Loud. During her time at those companies, she launched and revamped catalogs, worked in both mechanical and sync licensing, oversaw writer contracts, managed various publishing administration duties, and handled licensing for EP and album releases. She worked with writers including Josh Kear, Chris Tompkins, Daniel Tashian, Maren Morris, Craig Wiseman, and Meghan Trainor. Brahan has a degree in Music Business from Middle Tennessee State University.
“Over the many years of knowing Elizabeth, I have seen how she takes every work opportunity to fine-tune and elevate her skills,” said Dewayne Brown, Copperline Music Group’s Head of A&R and Label Acquisitions. “Her experience in the business side of publishing, including contracts, all inner workings of a publishing company, paired with her deep passion for songs makes her the perfect fit for her new role. We are thrilled to have her join the Sprockets/CMG family.”
“I am incredibly honored to have the opportunity to work for a company with so much innovation and vision,” Brahan said. “I am thankful to Will Edwards for his belief in me, as well as the enormous support from Dewayne Brown. I look forward to what we have to come for the writers and all those working alongside Sprockets.”
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