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CBS On Air Promo

It has come to my attention that CBS On Air Promo is licensing several of my compositions for various promo campaigns including 48 Hours, 60 Minutes, As The World Turns, CBS News, Cold Case, CSI, Ghost Whisperer, Numb3rs and Survivor.

MacGruber

Just got word that a piece of mine Heat of a Dragon will be used within the trailer campaign for the I Am Rogue feature film MacGruber.  I will have more details and hopefully some video sooner than later – stand by…

The Big Bang Theory

CBS has just licensed my composition Paths of Glory for use in upcoming promos of The Big Bang Theory.

Dr. Phil’s The Doctors are Feelin’ Good

Feelin’ Good, performed by Kandace Ferrel, will be airing till May 20 in the new promo campaign for The Doctors which is a CBS production with Dr. Phil as executive producer.  It is syndicated across the country. Check local listings for details. My wife Stephanie Richards and I co-wrote the song with Keith and Adrienne […]

Roadtrip Nation on PBS

Running Out Of Daylight, a song I co-wrote with Justin Hopkins for his Universal Records debut, can be heard on episode #6 of this season’s Roadtrip Nation on PBS. Watch the full episode here We are the first song after the intro.

The Benchwarmers

My composition Paths of Glory will be used in the promotional campaign for Sony Pictures’ The Benchwarmers.

The Real Gilligan’s Island

Hold On Little Buddy, I recently licensed several instrumental works and the song Here I Am, which I co-wrote with Stephanie Richards, to the TBS radio campaign for The Real Gilligan’s Island – very funny.

Entertainment Tonight & The Insider

Several of my compositions have made their way into Entertainment Tonight and The Insider along with the promotional campaigns for the shows.

GSN & Treehouses

I recently licensed the song “Lay ’em Down” to GSN (the Game Show Network) for their Poker Royale promos and scored Tremendous Entertainment’s documentary “Treehouses.”

Frankenstein

Choral Fantasy makes its way into another promo campaign, this time in Hallmark Entertainment’s interpretation of Mary Shelley’s immortal novel, Frankenstein.