"It's exciting to receive the support of Red Queen Music who believe in artistic collaboration and telling good stories. Film projects allow me to share my songs with more people."
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 23, 2014
“Everything old, is new again” in the music industry and this couldn’t be more true for songwriter Rick Hack now in his 40s, who is experiencing a career renaissance. Rick wrote and performed the songs used in this 90s inspired feature soundtrack when he was in his 20s while playing with his band “the Tinbenders” over 15 years ago. He has played with may notables like “Hootie and the Blowfish” and bands like the “Tonics” and sold many records. His tunes were favorites in the south east markets getting heavy airplay and he had a growing legion of fans. Sometimes, things don’t go as planned, they just get better.
Fast forward to the upcoming concert reunion with the “Tinbenders” who will return to play for their hometown at the Rosewood Crawfish Festival and to perform with EVERCLEAR on May 3rd. Rick has also just signed with publishing company Red Queen Music, the contemporary division and label connected to one of the biggest songwriters in history – Harry Warren whose hits span the decades of the American Songbook from “I Love My Baby” to “42nd Street” to “The Atchison Topeka and the Santa Fe, “At Last” and “I Only Have Eyes for You”.
Rick writes and performs his own songs and he says he has “more stories to tell now that he is in his 40’s” while JP Riva, the grandson of Harry Warren of Red Queen says that “when songs are authentic and can connect with an audience, that’s all that matters.’ Rick joins a unique collection of collaborative artists at Red Queen, and says ‘It’s exciting to finally get the support of a publishing company who believes in me and with the film release, it allows me to share my songs with more people”. Rick will be going into the Red Queen Recording Studio this spring to develop and record new material set to release in 2015.
About Red Queen Music: Red Queen Music serves a growing demand for independent music licensing in the film, TV and commercial advertising industries. We provide a ‘one stop shop’ with easy to clear high quality music in a wide variety of genres to serve a unique multi-media entertainment environment. http://www.redqueenmusic.com/ Twitter: @redqueenmusic
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About Harry Warren Entertainment: A group of boutique companies which includes development and music production, and music publishing, a record label, video games, children’s entertainment, television, film and theater. We are an organization created to facilitate and service the development of content in both traditional and new media entertainment channels. http://www.harrywarrenent.com/
Tribeca Film Festival Film Debut: “Sister”, from first time director David Lascher is inspired by his own personal experience dealing with his sister's ADHD diagnoses. The movie centers on Billy, (Reid Scott) who returns home after the death of his father to discover his mother (Barbara Hershey) suffering from Bi-Polar disease needs him to look after his 11-year-old sister, Niki (Grace Kaufman) who he barely knows and has been diagnosed with ADD/ADHD. http://tribecafilm.com
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