About

SAMMY KAPLAN, FOUNDER OF LOVELANE MUSIC PUBLISHING

Lovelane Music Publishing, established in 1960 in Detroit, Michigan by Samuel Kaplan, aimed to encapsulate the essence of Detroit R&B, blues, and funk. Kaplan’s inspiration stemmed from his father, Morris Kaplan, who founded Danceland Records in the late 1940s. Danceland Records, operational from 1948-1951, showcased talents such as John Lee Hooker, Candy Johnson, Tony Blues Lewis, Tommy J. Jefferson, and Rose Nelson.

 Sammy Kaplan a true embodiment of Detroit’s R&B, blues, and funk, is a multifaceted talent in the music industry as a promoter, songwriter, music producer, and music publisher. With the establishment of Lovelane Music Publishing, Sammy Kaplan had his record label blossoming with an impressive lineup featuring iconic names like John Lee Hooker, Candy Johnson, Tony Blues Lewis, Tommy J. Jefferson, Rose Nelson, Morris Kaplan, Jerry O, Mitch Ryder, The Sea Shells, The Soulmates, Tom & Jerry O, Roy Cohen, Tom Moers, Barbara Lewis, Jimmy Fallon, Gerald Alston, Joe Farrell, and Richard “Popcorn” Wylie. In addition, the recording of the original Funk Brothers, including James Jamison, Bennie Benjamin, Robert White, Eddie Bongo Brown, and Jack Ashford, contributed their exceptional talent to Lovelane Music’s demos and records. Sammy Kaplan’s remarkable journey as a promoter, songwriter, music producer, and music publisher showcases his deep love for music and his relentless pursuit of capturing the essence of Detroit R&B, blues, and funk.

Afterward, he ventured into hip hop by signing with writers and artists such as Victor Newman and Nick Speed and into jazz with compositions by John Fumo and Kenny Hirsch. Lovelane Music Publishing, according to Sammy, embodies a dedication to the sounds of Detroit and Los Angeles.

BIRTH OF LOVELANE MUSIC GROUP INC.

Lovelane Music Group Inc.’s music catalog is placed for sync licensing in TV, film, games, and ads through an innovative host of platforms and relationships, strategic partnerships, and earning through diversified revenue streams. Lovelane is committed to artist development, paving the way for a vibrant future in the ever-evolving landscape of music and media.

In a display of enduring mutual respect, friendship, and kindness cultivated over the years, Samuel “Sammy” Kaplan, at 83, gifted Ron Cobert his esteemed music catalogs, including Boogaloo Music Co, Kaplan Morris R., Kaplan Samuel Stuart, Lovelane Music Publishing, Mystical Music Publishers, and Mister Sam Music Publishing in exchange to manage the deteriorated situation, and, to expand and honor Sammy’s future legacy. Cobert graciously accepts the gift and the excitement of the new business development opportunity.

First, Ron establishes Lovelane Music Group, Incorporated, assigns the music catalog to the entity, and then embarks on building lovelanemusicgroup.com—- a fintech media opportunity in which income can come from several income streams, including members, licensing music, marketing services, new music creation, artist development, and production of music videos, commercials, film, and television. Creating thorough musical and visual content and marketing campaigns about his life story from Detroit to Los Angeles has proved to be advantageous.

Also, Lovelane participates as a provider of grant services, accessing support from the “Support for the Music and Visual Arts Artists” Program from the nonprofit America Film (americafilm.org), which assists disadvantaged artists.

RON COBERT, CEO OF LOVELANE MUSIC GROUP

Ron Cobert is a Content Creative, Ad Man, Tech Developer, and Licensing Executive who is all about increasing value. He has a business development mind and is a go-to guy who is available from development to production to postproduction to marketing to licensing, which is great for investors and advertisers looking to maximize their ROI who has a proven track record in leadership, story, content creation, marketing, tech, and licensing for brands and intellectual property using short and long-form media, from commercial campaigns, music videos, podcasts, television, and feature films. Ron’s extensive network spans the advertising, entertainment, and music industries worldwide. His relationships with crew, talent, influencers, celebrities, distributors and exhibitors, broadcasters, networks, studios, advertising agencies, and advertisers are a testament to his wide-reaching connections and the trust he has built in the industry.

imdb.me/roncobert
linkedin.com/in/roncobert

Sunscope Entertainment Corporation | Creating Entertainment and Licensing Worldwide
sunscope-entertainment.com

OhYeahLive Advertising Agency | Enhancing Brands with Media, Marketing, & Tech
ohyeahlive.com

Lovelane Music Group | Record Label and Publishing
lovelanemusicgroup.com

America Film Foundation | Arts and Humanities Non-Profit
Empowering Artists and Preventing Homelessness
americafilm.org

MUSIC LICENSING VALUE

Lovelane Music Group has been able to have it’s catalog featured in films such as “Remember The Titans” (Denzel Washington), “The Bachelor” (Chris O’Donnell), “Bones” (Snoop Dogg), “Resurrecting The Champ” (Samuel L. Jackson), and “Yards” (James Caan, Faye Dunaway) “Browns Requiem,” “Thick As Thieves,” “Bitter Sweet,” “Keep The Faith Baby,” “Her Minor Thing,” “Semi-Pro(DVD),” “Urban Roots,” “The Wayshower,” “Blaze You Out,” “Sous La Niege(Under The Snow),” “On The Road (Based on the best-selling novel by Jack Kerouac),” “Cesar Chavez” (Michael Pena, John Malkovich), “Get On Up: The James Brown Story,” “Death Race:2050” (Roger Corman), “Moonlight” (Academy Award Winner 2017), and “Don’t Worry He Won’t Get Far On Foot” (Amazon Studios); “Shots Fired” (FOX) featuring the song “Gonna Buy Me A Shotgun” & “Lord Have Mercy” by Tony Blues Lewis, “American Horror Story : Freak Show” featuring “Southside Saturday Night” & “Ebony Jump” by Candy Johnson, “Wayne County Ramblin’ Blues” by John Lee Hooker, and “Lazy Daisy Blues” by The Goldtones.