1920s Hot Jazz
John Gill’s grasp of the New Orleans jazz style earned him a spot in the Woody Allen and Eddy Davis New Orleans Jazz Band, with which he performs every Monday evening at the famed Carlyle Hotel in NYC. John appeared with Woody in the New Orleans Jazz Band tour of Europe documentary "Wild Man Blues" and in the 2016 Allen film “Café Society”. He has written songs for HBO and did arrangements for Martin Scorsese "The Aviator" film. John wrote and performed the theme song for the David Steinberg Showtime series “Inside Comedy”.
In a time when films, TV shows and ad campaigns are seeking authentic vintage music from specific eras - here is the 1980’s sound of Sorethumb. The bands memorable, catchy pop rock tunes were described this way in a 1984 review; “Sorethumb’s music has a sophisticated sensibility that rivals any power pop song on the radio today”. With some success but never catapulting to household name status, they found themselves in the heart of NYC 1980s pop culture with the likes of Andy Warhol at Studio 54; at Xenon with socialite countess Titi Wachtmeister; reviewed by society gossip's grande dame columnist "Suzy Page 6" of NY Daily News.
Responsible for the ending theme song for the hit animated Nickelodeon series "The Loud House", our Kids music creators are always on the look out for new inspiring ways to help nourish children's lives with positive influences through lively, engaging uplifting tunes. Other credits include shows on Animal Planet, Discovery Channel, MTV Canada and the end credits theme music video for Nickelodeon's "Pug House" series.
With over 25 accomplished composers, musicians, producers,
arrangers and voice over talent; Endo's production music team covers all genres and styles. Our versatile group is dedicated to their craft and LOVE what they do. Along with the existing vast Endo catalogue; our professionals can provide high quality custom content specifically for any project. Credits include Jerry Seinfeld's web series "Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee"; shows on VH1, CW, History, Telemundo, TruTV, WB, Esquire, Big Ten, FYI Network and spots for Arbys, Pillsbury and WFAN.
Songwriter Singer Producer
Freddy Monday has had his music featured in a wide array of film and television projects. Among them the 2014 Steve Jobs bio pic “Jobs,” which featured his song “There Were Times” in the film and soundtrack; as well as the films "Mall," the HBO film "Hello Ladies: The Movie," the title track for "Born To Ride," and numerous shows on CBS, HBO, Bravo, USA, TNT, A&E, Audience, Sundance, TLC, Fox Sports, MTV, Palladia, The Lifetime Channel, Bio, Encore Family and on BBC Radio 2.
Projects In Development
Monkey Sam And His All Zoo Band
Animated children's series
The story of four zoo animals that solve life skill problems and play music together. Each episode follows Monkey Sam, Boo Boo Bird, Gerry Giraffe and Larry Lion. The life lesson elements of the storyline are provided by the daily encounters that the band has while wandering The Golden Zoo. The adventures always end with a song specific to the episodes life-skill lesson. (i.e. respect, diversity, responsibility, kindness, friendship, tolerance etc.)
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