Bardis Music was established in 1973 and its first copyright Cross Your Heart written by Paul Lyttle and sung by Irish star Tina represented Ireland in the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest in Brighton England where it finished 5th behind Abba’s Waterloo.
Since that time Bardis Music has published many of Ireland favourite songs including classics such as Liam Reilly’s Summer In Dublin and Flight Of Earls, Patsy Cavanagh’s Home to Donegal, and John Duggans Roads of Kildare and Rose of Castlerea, all of which have been covered by more then 20 different artists.
It is our ambition to find many more classics in the future.
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Licenses are subject to MCPS rate card.
Gerry Morgan and Friends album added to Spotify
Bardis Music have added Gerry Morgan and Friends album to our Spotify playlist. Why not check it out.
Bardis Music welcomes Marc Roberts
Bardis Music has the honour of welcoming Songwriter, Performer, Radio and TV presenter MARC ROBERTS www.marcroberts.ie to our company.
A prolific songwriter Marc has co-written with legends such as Jimmy McCarthy, Charlie McGettigan, Daniel O’Donnell and from Nashville Ralph Murphy.
In 1997 Marc represented Ireland at Eurovision with his song “Mysterious Woman”.
Bardis Music is now representing Actor, Singer Songwriter Patrick Bergin
Patrick has starred in over 100 films most famously “Sleeping With The Enemy” with Julia Roberts.
He has recently joined the cast of BBC soap Eastenders. His first single release is his song “Crazy In Love” on Avalon Records.
Bardis Music welcomes Kincasslagh Music
Bardis Music has been appointed the worldwide administrator of Kincasslagh Music Daniel O’Donnell’s publishing company.
Bardis Music welcomes singer / songwriter Kathy Crinion
Kathy went to number 1 with her album 'Lovin' What I Do' when it was released earlier this year. Click on the following to go directly to her website and FaceBook page.
Bardis Music welcomes Jordan Mogey and Mogey Songs
Jordan is a young singer/songwriter from Ballymoney, Co. Antrim. His musical influences include Johnny Cash and Hank Williams Snr. Find out more about Jordan on his website.
His new single 'Luke The Drifter' (a co-write with Joe McShane) is available to download from www.isgmusicgroup.com.
Album Releases Through The Years
Managing Director, Bardis Music
Peter Bardon established music publishing company Bardis Music Co. Ltd in 1973 specialising in representing local Irish songwriters and composers. He managed many local bands and was involved with the launch of Lord of the Dance. Bardis Music represent the rights in Ireland of many Nashville based artists including Garth Brooks. Irish clients include Ronan Hardiman and Nathan Carter. Peter is Chairman of MCPS Ireland and was involved in the formation of IMRO.
Established in 1973 Bardis Music Co. Ltd. is Ireland's leading independent Music Publishing Company. We represent many of Ireland’s leading songwriters and composers managing their rights worldwide. We specialise in Film and TV projects managing rights on behalf of the composers and producers. We also represent many overseas publishing companies in Ireland.
Bardis Music represents overseas publishing companies from every continent in the Irish market. We work very closely with local societies to ensure royalties are collected and accounted for in a timely manner.
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BARDIS MUSIC is Ireland’s leading publisher of FILM and TV music representing the works of many of Ireland’s top composers.
Listed Below are the Production Music Libraries currently represented in Ireland by Bardis Music
Bardis Music represents Composers & Songwriters both in Ireland and worldwide.Click on the names below to see more information
In addition to its own catalogue, Bardis Music administers many other Irish catalogues both in Ireland and worldwide.Click on the names below to see more information