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VFT:LA Class - Music Supervisor Abe Bradshaw

Wed 1 Feb

What:  Music in Film & Television Class with Music Supervisor Abe Bradshaw

Where:  Special Meeting at the Federal Bar (5303 Lankershim, North Hollywood)

When:  Wednesday, February 1, 2017, 6:30 - 8:15 pm

RSVP:  Sign up by NOON on Feb 1email jack.kennedy@vftla.org with the Subject Line: Music Supervising Class

Format: Abe Bradshaw speaks, then a Q & A, and mingling over drinks afterward if you choose.  The Federal Bar is letting us use their location for free so buying food and drink during/after the meeting is appreciated by our host!

Why Should a Filmmaker Care About Music Supervising? 

If you look at any list of the most iconic moments in cinema... the vast majority are there because of the way music was used in that particular scene.  Music is one of the most important elements in film, advertising and television... yet it is incredible how few up and coming producers and directors are prepared for the various challenges and steps that need to be taken to bring music to the screen.  

Abe Bradshaw has been the Music Supervisor on dozens of feature films, commercials and series programs.  He is an expert in every aspect of getting the music from the script to the screen... and doing it legally and within any budget.  Regardless of what facet of the entertainment industry you may be... the knowledge, tips and advice Mr. Bradshaw will give in this very special meeting will be helpful to any career path.  Register now!

Abe Bradshaw bio:

Abe Bradshaw began his music industry career in New York City, working on the development of several platinum and diamond-certified record releases at music powerhouse companies RCA Victor, BMG Distribution, and Sanctuary Records. He had the pleasure of working closely with dozens of tremendously talented and influential artists including Robert Plant, Iron Maiden, Slipknot, KISS, Widespread Panic, Tommy Stinson, the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, the Wu-Tang Clan, Tegan and Sara, Motorhead, and many others.

In May 2005, Bradshaw launched his own independent music-focused entertainment and music supervision company.  His artists have been featured on many primetime television hit shows including Shameless, Grey’s Anatomy, Sons of Anarchy, House, One Tree Hill, Friday Night Lights, The Big C, and Bored To Death. Additionally, many of his artists have appeared in Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, Billboard, The New York Times, and hundreds more... and have performed on NPR, Sirius/XM, CBS Sunday Morning, Late Night with Conan O’ Brien, and the Late Show with David Letterman.