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Since finding early fames as a founder of 1960’s pop group Amen Corner, and continuing to record a further 5 solo albums, he has been extensively working on projects virtually amounting to a stellar A to Z of popular music, which includes being the permanent guitar player for Eric Clapton and Roger Waters, as well as most recently, Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings. Now, 26 years since his last solo album, Andy releases “Sweet Soulful Music” - produced by his long time producer and friend Glyn Johns, it is a sexy, witty, intelligent, humorous, and brilliant album of soul, blues and rock ‘n’ roll. The album has just been nominated by the American Blues Foundation for a Blues Music Award while Joe Cocker has also recorded “Hymn 4 My Soul” as his first single from his new Parlophone album: “Hymn For My Soul”. ARTIST WEBSITE
Arlon Music - TD LIND
Uncut magazine called him the “missing link between Damien Rice and Jeff Tweedy” and Mojo’s 4 star review called his first album “Classic and beautiful”, while his latest release was hailed "a masterpiece!" in Maverick's 5 star review, this highly acclaimed and very individual British singer-songwriter has paid his dues touring the mid-west of America, playing Parisian jazz clubs, supporting artists from Wilco to Ozzy to James Blunt and Festivals from Austin’s South By Southwest to London’s Wireless Festival. He's released albums with A&M and Tall Tale Records, he’s had his music feature in the left-field hit movies Driving Lessons, That Deadwood Feeling and The Thief Lord and been Single-of-the-Week on iTunes, a finalist for the Independent Music Awards, performed on commercials for NBC(!) and A listed across British radio. As a songwriter he's had his songs recorded by other artists including Magdi (Universal), Paul Kowalczyk (Pink Crow), Kate Aumonier (Sanctuary Records), Duncan James (Parlophone/EMI Records) and most recently Sarray (Universal Records). TD Lind is currently writing new songs and the score to the independent Hollywood film "Feed The Fish" while regularly performing at The House of Blues and Cafe Largo in Los Angeles. His latest album "Call Me Sinner" is just out on Tall Tale Records. ARTIST WEBSITE
Arlon Music - MARTI PELLOW
Marti Pellow was the lead singer and public face of Wet Wet Wet, one of the most successful pop groups in UK history. Selling over 15 million albums, garnering 25 UK Top 40 singles, 9 Top 10 and 3 Number Ones, Wet Wet Wet hold the record for the biggest selling single in UK history, “Love Is All Around” which featured in the movie Four Weddings And A Funeral and stayed at Number 1 in the UK chart for 15 weeks. Marti Pellow is now one of the most successful leading men in musical theatre. He has just completed a 10 month UK tour as the lead in the box office smash Witches of Eastwick, starred in the Warners DVD of "Chess in Concert", played to record audiences as Billy Flynn in the hit musical Chicago on London’s West End as well as on Broadway, which he is due to revive in 2010 after which he stars in the new arena latin dance musical Sacred Flame. He continues to sell out his concert tours, constantly promoting his hit solo albums such as Smile, Marti Pellow Sings the Hits of Wet Wet Wet, both Top 10 albums, Between The Covers, Moonlight Over Memphis and most recently his highly acclaimed jazz concerts and album Sentimental Me. Marti has just completed his first solo pop album in over five years, Boulevard of Life, to be released later in the year. ARTIST WEBSITE
Arlon Music - TY SONGS
TYSongs is the highly talented and dynamic young English writing production team of Owen Thomas and Lily-May Young. Currently working from their studio in Los Angeles, but with bases in both Houston Texas and at their Dorset studios in the UK, they have spent the last couple of years working the likes of Matthew Knowles’ Music World Entertainment, The Bama Boyz, Mateo, Natalie Imbruglia, Danity Kane, producer Joe Staxx, MTV, HBO, Columbia Pictures and are currently in the thick of various projects for both UK and US artists. ARTIST WEBSITE
Richard Littlejohn is one of the most influential journalists in the UK over the past 40 years. Journalist, author and broadcaster he has written for The Sun, The Spectator, The Evening Standard and currently has a twice-weekly column for the Daily Mail and has been named Fleet Street's Columnist of the Year. Richard has written several books which have topped the UK non-fiction book charts, most recently Littlejohn's Britain and has presented numerous radio and tv shows, most notably his talk show on LBC Radio, RIchard Littlejohn on Sky News and most recently the highly acclaimed documentary The War on Britain's Jews. Richard's latest book Littlejohn's House of Fun is released in April 2010.
Caryl Brahms and Ned Sherrin worked together from 1955 until Miss Brahms’s death in 1982. They collaborated in writing for Radio, Television and Films and wrote three novels and two collections of short stories together, but their most prolific work was for the Theatre. They wrote several plays and musicals, including “Cindy-Ella or I Gotta Shoe”, “Sing A Rude Song”, “Nickelby & Me” and “The Mitford Girls”. Their television work together included “That Was The Week That Was”, which Sherrin devised, produced and directed. Miss Brahms also wrote intricate song medleys, not only for the “Song by Song” series on Television, which celebrated the great lyricists of the Twentieth Century, but also for “Side by Side by Sondheim” for the Theatre, which Sherrin devised and directed and in which he starred in both the West End in London and on Broadway in New York. After Miss Brahms’s death, Sherrin continued to produce, direct, write or perform in some of the most important and influential television, film, radio and theatre in the entertainment world until his death in October 2007. Deke Arlon managed Miss Brahms and Sherrin throughout their careers from the early 1970’s and continues to represent their estate.
The sheet music that hangs on the walls of Shapiro Bernstein & Co.’s New York office tells a story, not only of one of the music industry’s most legendary companies, but also of American music itself. It is a story that extends back more than 100 years, to the wild and unruly atmosphere of Manhattan’s West 28th Street, better known as Tin Pan Alley, in an age where ragtime, vaudeville and technological innovations in mass printing combined to create the first generation of music entrepreneurs. As they approach their 100th anniversary in 2013, Shapiro Bernstein remains what it has always been, an independent music company with an entrepreneurial spirit, ready to adapt to whatever musical and technological changes the future brings. It remains a home for classic songs and legendary songwriters of every era: including such classics as: In The Mood, A Nightingale Sang In Berkley Square, Papa Loves Mambo, A Fine Romance, On The Sunny Side of the Street, theme to Lawrence of Arabia, Ring of Fire, Sea of Heartbreak and under the leadership of Michael Brettler, who became president in 2000, Shapiro is committed to finding the best of contemporary music from Shannon’s “Let The Music Play” to recordings by Moby, Backstreet Boys, Sex Pistols, Bob Dylan, Michael Buble, Rod Stewart, Harry Connick Jnr, Michael Jackson and Pixie Lott. Exploring new and creative avenues for exposing that music to the public, and protecting and defending the rights of songwriters and copyright holders around the world, Shapiro Bernstein is not only a part of American music history, it is a company determined to play a continuing role in making history.
Lojinx Record has just been voted on of the top 10 "Best Record Labels of 2010". It is a 100% independent British record label and publishing company founded by Farrah band members Andrew Campbell and Michelle Margherita. Releasing both homegrown and the best of international indie talent, they have created an identity as a label that prides itself of intelligent singer songwriters and brilliant power pop. Amongst the roster are such American cult artists as Bleu, Kim RIchey and Tracy Bonham and the hugely successful powerpop band The Click Five. Farrah themselves continue to enjoy success in the UK and Europe while regularly touring and promoting their music in Japan where they enjoy enormous cult appeal. New releases from Lojinx include; Henrik, Josh Fix, El May and Nat Campany. Also on the label are: The Bad Machines, Montana and the singer songwriter Caroline Loft.
Robert White Johnson is a producer/writer whose songs and production have sold over 20 million records worldwide. A 25-year veteran of the Nashville music community, he has worked with and written for a variety of major recording artists including Celine Dion, penning her first worldwide hit, Where Does My Heart Beat Now, The Beach Boys, Lynyrd Skynyrd, . 38 Special and Van Zant. In addition Robert has co-written or produced 15 number 1 Contemporary Christian Music hits over the years and has also won a Dove Award, been nominated for 5 others and has been nominated for 2 Grammys. His songs have also been included various major films and TV shows including, The Tonight Show, Late Night With David Letterman, Oprah, The Today Show, Saturday Night Live as well as many others. Earlier in his career as lead singer and main co-writer, he and his rock band RPM was first signed to EMI Records in Los Angeles, then to Warner Bros. Records in Burbank. He has also sung background vocals for various other CD projects including artists such as Faith Hill and Michael Bolton and has sung lead vocal on over 200 radio and TV commercials over the years. Robert has three daughters and resides in Hendersonville with his wife Mary and continues to work with various artists at his studio. In 1995 he formed his own music publishing/production company, RadioQuest. In 2008, independent record label radio1records was formed under RWJ's music group.
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