Jimmy Jules' "Nothing Will Ever Change This Love of Mine" is featured in the Amazon Prime Series "With Love".
The Lovettes "Little Miss Soul" is featured in the Peacock Series "One Of Us Is Lying"
Westwood signed Chex Records for worldwide Film and TV music representation. Chex Records was a Detroit based label in the early '60s that specialized in R&B and Soul releases. The artist roster includes The Volumes, The Majestics, Othea George, The Bohemians, The Technics and others. The Volumes single "I Love You" landed on the Billboard Top 40 Pop chart at #22 on June 30, 1962.
John Lee Hooker's "Crazy About That Walk" is featured in the film "The Retirement Plan" starring Nicholas Cage, Ashley Greene and Ron Perlman.
The Topics "I Don't Have To Cry" is featured in the film "Bruiser" starring Shamier Anderson, Shinelle Azoroh and Jalyn Hall.
The Pretenders' "What Is Love" is featured in the film "The Enforcer" starring Antonio Banderas, Kate Bosworth and Natalie Burn.
Roy Roberts Experience's "You And Me Together" is featured in the Apple TV+ Series "Shantaram".
Westwood added "Spending Christmas With The Blues" by Floyd Miles & Gregg Allman and "Silent Night" by '60s Rock group Vanilla Fudge to our Christmas 2022 Playlist.
Rod Bernard's "Hurricane Watch" is featured in the HBO Series "Irma Vep".
Westwood picked up the exclusive Film & TV music rights to '70s Pop / Rock group Trigger's 1975 Indie release "Trigger Treat". The group later signed with Casablanca Records for their 1978 self-titled debut album.
Roy Roberts Experience's "Bee Hive, Pt. 1" is featured in the HBO Max Series "Minx".
Doctor Ross's "Call The Doctor" is featured in the FX Series "Better Things".
Nolan Strong's "Everything They Said Came True" is featured in the Hulu Series "Life & Beth".
Floyd Miles' "What Would I Do" is featured in the Fox Series "Pivoting".