Songs for TV/Film placement
All One-Stop / Independent releases
All Masters/Publishing/Vocal Performances pre-cleared with artists and co-writers.
Multitrack Pro Tools sessions and stems available for customization
J.R. Richards (Dishwalla) - 3 Singles
J.R. Richards is the multi-platinum selling original lead singer/songwriter for the alt-rock band Dishwalla. His moody, expressive voice propelled the Dishwalla's massive worldwide hit "Counting Blue Cars" to No.1 on Billboard Modern Rock charts, No. 2 on the Mainstream Rock charts, No. 4 on the Top 40 Mainstream charts, and No. 5 on both the Adult Top 40 and Hot 100 Airplay charts, leading to multiple world tours, Grammy nominations and ongoing film and TV placements.
J.R. left Dishwalla in the mid 2000's to pursue a solo career. In addition to his own two critically acclaimed solo albums since then he has also collaborated with producer Michael Carey on three singles released through Universal but owned 100% by the writers. The songs have seen multiple film and TV placements. "Monday Came" was featured as the End-Title Track for the feature film "LBS.",an IFC-Spirit Awards Finalist and Sundance Film Festival Official Selection.
J.R. Richards | "Sunlight"
Michael Carey: Producer / Co-writer / Mixer / Guitars / Engineer
Haunting, moody, romantic mid-tempo with a compelling vocal by J.R. exploring themes of darkness and light, conflict, love and hope. Vibe is Coldplay-meets-U2.
J.R. Richards | "Monday Came"
Michael Carey: Producer / Songwriter / Mixer / Guitars / Engineer
Epic, orchestral, mid-tempo alt-rock with a compelling vocal by J.R.. End-Title Track for the feature film "LBS.", the song has a heroic quality and speaks to struggle, hope, and triumph against adversity.
J.R. Richards | "Sugarville"
Michael Carey: Producer / Co-writer / Guitars / Engineer
Bittersweet, Americana-tinged rock with a soaring, uplifting chorus and Petty-esque guitar solo. A collaboration with J.R., Michael Carey, and former Exies guitarist David Walsh.
Andy Vargas (Santana) - 2 Singles
Andy Vargas, best known as the lead singer with Santana, and duets with Patti Labelle, The Black Eyed Peas and Yani, is one of the world's great Latino/soul/pop singers. As a child he learned classic Boleros (Spanish love ballads) from his father while also absorbing the sounds of Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Donny Hathaway and Michael Jackson. The fusion of these styles makes him a powerful and unique presence in the modern pop world, and compelled Carlos Santana to recruit Andy for the legendary "Supernatural" tour and every tour and album since then.