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Industry Credits

The Beach Boys Dennis Wilson
(The Beach Boys)
Unauthorized Rolling Stones
(Rudy Colombini)
(Contemporary R&B Singing Group)
Eric Burdon and
the Animals
Blue Train
("All I Need Is You")
Charles Wilson
(Gap Band)
Maxine Nightingale
("Lead Me On", "Get Right Back")
Freda Payne
("Band of Gold")
Michael Bloomfield
(Super Sessions)
Bob Jones
(We Five)
Vera, Singer
(Finland's No.1 Platinum Band)
Eddie Harris
(Jazz Sax)
The Electric Flag
(featuring Michael Bloomfield)
Kenny O'Dell
("Behind Closed Doors")
Harvey Scales
("Disco Lady")
Nick Gravenites
("Born in Chicago")
It's A Beautiful Day
(David LaFlamme)
Cold Blood
(Raoul Matuti)
Syndicate of Sound John Hernandez
Mark Naftalin
(Paul Butterfield)
Will Thomas
(CBS News Anchor)
Mary Stuart Masterson
Susan Richardson
(TV Series "Eight Is Enough")
Ellen Alburtini Dow
(Sister Act Choir)
Mike Sugerman
(Reporter/Anchor for CBS)
Milan Sur
(Producer/Reporter for Bay Area Backroads)
Kimberly James
(Radio Personality, Austin, TX)
Jim Hightower Productions
(Radio Personalities, Austin, TX)
Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen
(Best Selling Author and Lecturer, Kitchen Table Wisdom)
Meredith Rieskse, Alto (San Francisco Symphony Chorus) Laura Canavan, Soprano
(San Francisco Symphony Chorus)
Tina Freeman's Voices of Harmony
Voices of St. John    
Jim Guercio
Leonard Caston
(Eddie Kendricks:The
Volyol Gilmore
(The Beatles, Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland)
Greg Leize
(k.d. lang)
Harvey Fuqua, Moonglows
(1999 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame/
Motown Records)
Ron Alback
(King Crimson)
Bob Olhsson
(Motown Records)
Gerry Goffin
Mark James
(Elvis Presley)
Wayne Carson
(The Box Tops)
Alan Gordon
(Three Dog Night)
Tracy Lipp
(Hit Songwriter/
Producer, Finland)
Rinard Minor
(Hit R & B Songwriter)
Ted Ashford
(Earth, Wind & Fire)
Stuart Levin
(Composer, "The Practice","Wonder Years", "Picket Fences")
John Hammond
(Hollywood Composer/Arranger)
Klaus Voorman
(John Lennon)
Jay Lane
(Bob Weir, Grateful Dead)
Vince Colaiuta
(Frank Zappa/Tom Scott)
Elvin Bishop Band    
Circle Star Theatre
(San Carlos)
Fillmore Auditorium
(San Francisco)
Don Kirsher's Rock Concert
Dick Grove School of Music (LA) Learning Tree University (LA) Sherwood Oaks College (LA)
Sherman Clay School of Music (SF) University of Texas (NARAS: Master Vocal Class)  
Mayor's Music Proclamation Award 1996
(Mayor Bruce Todd, Austin, TX)
Los Angeles Songwriters Showcase, Award for Outstanding Service
(John Braheny/Len Chandler)


Paramount Studios, Sunset Sound Studios, Westlake Studios, Larabe Studios, Capitol Studios, Screen Gems Studios, Motown Records, Leon Russell Studios, Capitol Records, CBS Records, Zoo Records, Liberty Records, EMI, Warner Brothers, TK, 20th Century Fox, Brother Record, Village Recorders, Brother Studios/The Beach Boys

Contemporary Singing Techniques, The Ins & Outs of Breathing, articles, columns, and writeups in nationally published magazines (see Media).

National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (Former SF Board of Governors, LA and Austin member), BMI (Writer/Publisher), CMA, Audio Engineering Society, American Federation of Musicians, NSAI, Los Angeles Songwriters Showcase.

Palomino Club (LA), Circle Star Theater (SF), Fillmore Auditorium (SF), Fan Fest (LA), Keystone Korner (SF), Polo Fields (SF), Star Scene (LA), Mr. D's (SF), Boar's Head (Austin, TX), and many others.

MEDIA (Articles – Columns)
Herb Caen, San Francisco Chronicle, Hamilton Magazine (Canada), Arena, Mike's Feedback, Austin Songwriter, California Karaoke, National Songwriters, Choral Director, etc.