September 01, 2010

2010 Fall Playback Stepping Out

November, 2010


Mark Daniel Merritt by VOCE of Mount Airy to compose a 3-movement work titled "The Wanderer's Carols."

Arthur J. Michaels by the Lycoming College Concert Band to compose "Celebration Scherzo" to commemorate the college's bicentennial.

Casey Schpilkas by the NBA's Toronto Raptors to compose the team's theme song.

Bennett Siems by the Minnesota Visiting Nurses Agency to create soundtracks for a documentary film series.


Kalie & Mister Dunmore's "Star" on the CW's One Tree Hill.

Bob Levy's song "What Do I Do Now?" recorded by Perry Danos on A&E's The Glades.


Steve Free with The Kentucky State Senate Arts Award for Extraordinary Achievements.

Lisa Mixon with an endorsement by Yamaha as an Artist and Educator.

Derren Rasner's Home In This Direction with a nomination for a Hollywood Music In Media Award after winning opening slots for John Mayer and Hanson this past summer.

Allison Tartalia with an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Achievement for contributions to the documentary 5,000 Miles From Home.

Phil Tarver for nomination in the 26th Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards.

Eric Wilson's debut album The Twenties entering into consideration in the 53rd Grammy Awards.


DaKannibal's Kannibalistic Scene on Gold Diamond Records has sold over 11,000 copies since its August 2010 release.

Earth At Night's Throwing Fire on EANM LLC led by the single "I Can't Promise Anything."

John W. Harden's single "Sing Praises" on their own label from upcoming 2011 album.

Michael Hope's Tapestry, featuring a range of players like Prague Symphony and The Koto.

Obisoulstar's SouldRockinRolla mixes dozens of genres.

Quarterfly's Do You Believe on Rock Ridge Music, the band's third album.

Tony Savarino's Guitaring on Naked Ear Records, a solo guitar instrumental album.

Morty Shallman's e-book and songs from his multi-media work Last of the Zacharys, A Novel with Songs.

SPiN's debut full length album BELiEVE from the streets of Philadelphia.

Swirl 360's EP 4 by the Scott twins, with the lead track "Breathe."

Meghan Trainor's song "Take Care Of Our Soldiers" will donate all proceeds to Cape Cod Cares for Our Troops and the USO.

Dan Wilensky's If You Only Knew, featuring a fresh take on jazz.


Barbara Ulman's works including "One Winter Afternoon" by The Woodland Chamber Ensemble to a full house.


Edmund Cionek's "American Overture" at the Anne S. Richardson Auditorium by the Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra under Gerald Steichen.

Strelitzia Trio's "An Eroica Trio" composed by Raimundo Penaforte at the Eugene Goossens Hall in Sydney, Australia.


Doug Waterman with Warner Chappell Music Publishing.