Performance Rights Limited

Zal Cleminson joins PRL for global Performer Rights representation!

A self-taught guitarist Zal Cleminson began his career playing in his first band, The Bo-Weevils, while still at school.

In the late 60’s he formed Tear Gas, a prog rock band that would soon become the internationally successful hit act The Sensational Alex Harvey Band between 1972 and 1978.

He has played with Nazareth, Elkie Brooks, Bonnie Tyler and Midge Ure, as well as being a member of the now-disbanded outfits Ze Suicide, Oskura, and Sin Dogs ( part of The Sensational Alex Harvey Experience).

Currently Zal is the Vocalist / Guitarist with Orphans of the Ash, whose debut album, Ellipsis, was released in November 2022.

PRL is pleased to welcome Zal to our roster in association with 23rd Precinct Music! (401)

Jordan Riley joins PRL for global Performer Rights representation!

Jordan Riley is one of the UK’s most exciting writer/producers, multi-instrumentalists and vocal producers. Writing mainly in pop, rnb, urban, and alt-pop lanes. Based out of his studio in London, he spends his time between London and LA writing and producing with some of the best. He also does vocal production for many artists.

He’s had an incredible run recently with cuts on five Top 5 records, including four Gold certified, two #1’s, Cuts out recently include Mabel, Ella Henderson, Jonas Blue as well as the biggest singles to date for UK acts Tom Grennan and Nina Nesbitt.

He has had singles out with Ella Henderson, Surf Mesa, Mabel , Zara Larson , multiple songs on Mabels album, six on Ella Henderson, cuts across Raye records and upcoming singles with Imanbeck & Nathan Dawe amongst others.

In addition he performed on and co-produced David Guetta & Becky Hill & Ella Henderson "Crazy What Love Can Do " which was one of 2022's global smashes!

PRL is super pleased to welcome Jordan to the roster!

Clare Grogan (Altered Images) joins PRL for global performer rights admin!

The 39-year gap between Altered Images’ previous album, ‘Bite’, and today’s release of ‘Mascara Streakz’ is one of the longest in the history of popular music. But previewed by a host of dazzling disco dancefloor fillers - including the title track, ‘Beautiful Thing’, ‘Glitter Ball’ and ‘Home’ - Clare Grogan has ensured that ‘Mascara Streakz’ has been worth the wait.

The album has been greeted with a wealth of critical acclaim, while Clare has returned to the spotlight as if she has never been away.

Altered Images launch the album alongside its new focus track ‘Double Reflection’. It’s an enticing, instantly addictive electro-pop banger which provides a taste of what to expect from the record as a whole, as if ‘Fever’-era Kylie was fronting a collab between New Order and Pet Shop Boys. It was co-written by Clare with its producer, Altered Images alumni Stephen Lironi.

Other key collaborators across the album include Bernard Butler, who was recently nominated for a Mercury Prize with Jesse Buckley for ‘For All Our Days That Tear the Heart’, and Robert Hodgens of The Bluebells.

Previously occupied with a myriad of creative outlets, Clare started writing music again at home during lockdown. And once she started, she was compelled to keep going. As the idea of an elusive fourth Altered Images album approached, she started to write songs which used a big night out as a metaphor for songs inspired by various real life experiences. Clare also wanted to strike a balance between the vivacious spirit of their early hits such as ‘Happy Birthday’ and ‘Don’t Talk To Me About Love’ with the exuberant energy of their recent live shows.Throughout recent live shows, Clare has been inspired to discover that many of the people that attended back in 1981 are still coming back today. It’s inspirational to see that so many people have lived through half-a-lifetime of experiences and still want to join the communal atmosphere that comes with being with like-minded fans at a gig.

Altered Images originally found success in the early 1980s. having six UK Top-40 hit singles and three top-30 albums from 1981 to 1983.

PRL are delighted to welcome Clare to the client roster and will administer her Performer Rights ( Neighbouring Rights) for The World.

Martin Luther McCoy joins PRL for global Perfomer Rights admin!

Martin Luther McCoy was born in San Francisco, California. A summer child who bathed in the sweet soul music of the seventies andfound himself a Bill Withers and Sam Cooke fan before being properly introduced to the electrifying perennial funk mob, Parliament Funkadelic. A life long student of music, Martin began writing songs as early as age 6 and would rearrange the gospel songs he learned in church. The influence of San Francisco’s cultural melting pot allowed him to gain a great appreciation for the tenants ofclassic jazz, rock and roll and soul music even though his neighborhood friends urged him to pursue hip hop and urban R&B. His voice is anointed with the ethers of the gospel church, but his pen speaks to sinners and saints alike.

Martin started releasing his own music with his debut “The Calling’’ in 1999 to critical acclaim. His sophomore release ‘’Rebel Soul Music’’ produced the hit “Daily Bread’’ and a video that made VH1’s top ten in 2005. For years he toured with the Roots and has made cameos in various films and TV shows. In 2007 he made his cinematic debut landing a starring role in the academy award nominated film “Across The Universe” where he performed the new definitive version of George Harrison’s/Beatles classic “While My Guitar Gently Weeps.”

Continuing to expand the reach of his independent label, Rebel Soul Records, "Extra Terrestrial Brother Vol 1" by ‘Martian Luther’ was released in September 2011, available only at his website and features rare glimpses of the creative life of this multi-talented singer and includes special guests like Tupac and George Clinton as well as a funked out cover of Nirvana’s "Heart Shaped Box". “This project is an intimate love letter from an artist to his fans, one made that much more generous by its name your own price Bandcamp pricing. Recorded while on the road with a collective of similar musical nomads in between hotel rooms and at friend’s studios, thealbum is a healing antidote.” (quote from

On "Love Is The Hero", there is an undeniable sense of compassion laced in the flow of the music. Martin finds more time for his guitar work with anthems like "American Gold" and the crowd-pleasing favorite, "I want you now". Forgoing the current trend of over-saturated synthetic pop, this body of work is dense with live musicianship, lyricism, melody and enough vigor to will the hearts oflisteners to greater things. “Everyone here knows love is the hero” Luther screams on the vamp of "Killer Machines". “This music is here to remind us of our greatness, our storied past and that we can move beyond any limitations.”( Rebel Soul Records™, LLC2016)

Fast forward to 2022 and Martin is Featured Vocalist in a new hip sports campaign with Stic of Dead Prez and Diadora sportswear. The song "Lace Up" is dropping with the new sneaker campaign this fall.

In addition, Martin is a full active member of the acclaimed SF Jazz Collective and since 2020 has appeared on both recent albums by the Collective and has toured extensively.

Enrique "Kiki" Garcia joins PRL for global Performer Rights admin!

Kiki was a founder member, songwriter and drummer for the Miami Latin Boys in 1975 who then became Miami Sound Machine from 1977, to his departure in 1988. He performed on, and co-wrote the international hits including "Dr Beat", "Conga","Rhythm is Gonna Get You" and " 1-2-3".

"Dr Beat" has maintained popularity through inclusion on a number of 1980s retrospective albums. It also became popular again in 2005 when Scottish DJ and producer Mylo mashed the song up with his hit "Drop The Pressure" to create "Doctor Pressure" which became a hit single in its own right that year.

After leaving Miami Sound Machine Kiki continued to perform and produce with hits coming from productions for Azucar Moreno and Los Chicos Del Boulevard.

PRL is delighted to welcome Kiki to PRL for global performer rights administration !

Richard Bull joins PRL for global Performer Rights admin!

A frequent member of Incognito since first collaborating on their seminal "Tribes, Vibes & Scribes" album, Richard's long-standing career kick-started way before the early 1990's with forays into New Wave with The Reputations who morphed into The Spys back in the late 1970's/ early 1980's.

Further production and musical contributions with the likes of Toyah and Nick Heyward throughout the 1980's led him eventually to Talkin' Loud Records.. and Incognito.

It is class acts all the way since then with essential contributions from Richard to projects with the likes of George Benson, Light of The World, Basia , Maysa , Mario Biondi, and most recently STR4TA to name but a few.

PRL is super pleased to welcome Richard to the roster for global Performer Rights representation!