“ScoreSongs provides music composition, songwriting, production, and music supervision to leading media giants such as Marvel, Netflix, Disney, Electronic Arts, and others. ScoreSongs is a collaboration that began in 2009 between songwriter/composer Guy Erez and music supervisor David Ari Leon.”
It has been a great ride working alongside David, his music supervision talent and skills enabling me to push myself to a higher level of composing and producing music.
our collaboration created hundreds of TV episodes Theme songs and score. I feel fortunate working in this unique setting and looking forward to sharing our future projects with you.
Songwriting is a big part of my career, I love weaving music and poetry together. Miracle was born after I was invited to write for Alan Parsons new album.
Alan’s idea to bring Jason Mraz to the mixture has lifted the song to a higher level. We recorded Miracle live at Alan’s beautiful studio in Santa Barbara California, Here’s a short interview about the making of “Miracle”.
“Miracle” was released as the first single of the album “The Secret”, playing bass on this album was a great experience, You can enjoy the entire album in the link below.
“LIGHTS AND BRIDGES doesn’t demand attention. It’s the kind of subtle musical-spell one has to lean into to truly receive. Producer Guy Erez creates immersive arrangements that magnetize via their purity and restraint.“
It started with an inspiration and developed into a friendship, I met Tom Rossy through a mutual friend after he moved to LA from New-York. When he came by my studio and played a naked version of “Superball”, I knew I wanted to produce it, It’s a beautiful song that started a journey that evolved into “Lights and Bridges”.
It’s been over six years of traveling the world with this great group of musicians, led by the great Alan Parsons.
Being together for that long, both on and off stage, created closeness and a strong sense of family within the band, It helps all of us grow both as musicians and people.
In 2014 we recorded a concert with a live orchestra, in Medellin, Colombia, The concert aired live on TV.
A new DVD and Blu-ray of this show was released on May 27th, 2016, You can get it at Amazon.
Alan Parsons Symphonic Project “Sirius” (Live in Colombia)
Alan Parsons Symphonic Project “Eye In The Sky” (Live in Colombia)
Animal poaching is a subject I became aware of In the past year, after meeting A gentleman by the name of Peter Knight, heading the WildAid organization with a mission to end the illegal wildlife trade, and protect endangered species from disappearing from this world.
I was moved by the cause and the vision. Composing music for the campaign was my way to contribute, to hopefully put an end to terrible practices.
I see this mission as important, so we can preserve these wonderful animals to roam safely.
For the last four years I’ve been composing the music for Sea Rescue, After two nominations the show just won a Daytime Emmy award for an outstanding children series, season six will premier on ABC, October 1st 2016, For schedule click here
Some things move really fast, late July i got a call from my friend, producer Kerry Brown, he wanted me to play bass on a new song he co-produced with Linda Perry who also wrote the song. We got into the studio the same day. Our session had a great flow, It’s always fun to play on a song that’s so well written and being a part of a project that a shining star like Miley Cyrus is heading.
To read the Billboard article click Miley’s picture above, To hear the song, click below.
2015 sent me to many cities around the world, But getting to play in Israel, my native country early this year with Alan Parsons and the band was a special experience, We had a great show and had some local artists join us on stage. The Israeli crowd was great!
In June I played in Los-Angeles, my current home town, I love LA!
Later this summer we had a series of shows opening up for Deep Purple, one of them was closing the Quebec city summer festival, in front of 50,000 people . What a year.
Quebec City, Canada
Alan Parsons Live Project – Festival Tour 2014 am 10.08.2014 auf der Burg Monschau in Monschau Guy Erez, links – Alan Parsons, rechts Foto: Revierfoto
Alan Parsons Live Project – Bochum am 22.03.2015 im RuhrCongress in Bochum Guy Erez, links – Alastair Greene, rechts Foto: Revierfoto
Alan Parsons Live Project – The Greatest Hits 2015 am 04.09.2015 am Deutschen Eck in Koblenz Guy Erez Foto: Revierfoto
It’s been a pleasure creating the music for “The Wildlife Docs”, This show helps develop curiosity in kids, for animals and the nature around them.
We’re about to complete our second season on ABC, Now nominated for an “Emmy”,
Wish us Good Luck…
Ziggy Marley’s Fly Rasta won the Grammy for the best Reggae Album!
I recorded with Ziggy Marley in the past, He empowers creativity around him, that makes a great environment to work in.
Next, I was called to play some bass on “Fly Rasta” and had the opportunity to be a part of a great group of musician appearing on this album.
Fragile has some lovely visuals to go with…i hope you like it as much as i do.
I wrote this song with Pj Olsson and Alan Parsons, and had the pleasure of playing acoustic guitar, bass and keyboards on this recording.
Here’s another project I composed for Marvel Disney, for a new type of media experience.
This online comic book, adds background music and sound effects to the digital reading experience, You can get your copy here
The sound and the ambiance of this song are taking me back to my teenage years when I was sitting with headphones for hours and listening to records. I’m feeling like I’m closing a circle, as I’m honored to be one of the songwriters on the new single “Fragile”, alongside Alan Parsons and Pj Olsson It is available on iTunes
I co-wrote the song “Best Days of Our Lives”with Rob Giles and Rich Jacques from “Right The Stars”, It was selected as the theme of the new global Xbox 360 Kinect Rush Pixar ad campaign. I’ve never seen my kids so excited about what I do!
Had a great experience working with Ziggy Marley playing bass and acoustic guitar on a song he wrote with Linda Perry which was produced by Kerry Brown for Occupy Wall Street. Ziggy definitely channeled his father’s spirit in this one. Look for it to be released in the next couple of months.
I was recently featured in an article on the ASCAP blog titled “Diversifying Your Music Career”. You can read the article here.
Just got back from playing three shows in Costa Rica with the Alan Parsons Live Project. The first night was an amazing experience playing outdoors in front of 35,000 people in the capital, San Jose, as the closing show of a week-long international art festival.