Producer, engineer, and songwriter Elisha Hoffman has joined Sound Royalties as an Industry Relations Ambassador. In this position, Hoffman will represent the company through direct community outreach and exclusively curated events in Nashville.
Hoffman began playing drums in theater productions at 10 and moved to Nashville at 18 to work as a drum tech for Artimus Pyle of Lynyrd Skynyrd. He soon became a sought-after multi-instrumentalist, producer, songwriter, and programmer in the music community. His credits include co-producing the remix of Shania Twain’s “It’s Alright” and the show-opening music for “The Dixie Chicks Fly Tour.” He has also penned songs for artists like Faith Hill and Runaway June, and co-wrote “Give In To Me” for the film Country Strong.
Hoffman’s songs have also been heard on TV shows such as The Shield and Dark Angel. He is a founding member of The Loving Mary Band, Steven Tyler’s country band, as well as co-founder of Pumphouse Records, which he launched with Lee Brice and songwriter Rob Hatch.
“We are accelerating our business growth through many channels and are very excited to include this thoughtfully-targeted outreach to the music industry,” comments Michael Bizenov, Sound Royalties President. “We’re proud to have Eli on board helping expand our footprint in the creative community of Nashville.”
“As someone who has been immersed in the music industry for my whole life, I’m well-versed in the many options creatives face when it comes to taking full advantage of the earning potential of their work,” says Hoffman. “Joining Sound Royalties to help bring their services closer to music creatives is a no-brainer for me. A company that offers funding on all types of royalty streams without taking ownership, while offering the opportunity for ongoing cashflow is a valuable resource to my fellow musicians and others looking to grow and/or maintain their career in the music world.”
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