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Song Placements

 

October 2009: P4MG places one song in "The Latest Buzz" Canadian TV show on the Family Channel as follows:

- "Superstar" by Michael Corn & Dennis DeCambre

The Latest Buzz

 

 

February 2008: P4MG places one song in "Witch Blade" DVD Release as follows:

- "Dragging Me Down" by Steve Mez

Witchblade

 

 

November 2009: P4MG places one song in "The Mentalist" as follows:

- Episode 202 - "Red Badge" - "Let's Go Crazy" by Scobie Ryder - aired October 8, 2009.

The Shield

Plot Outline:A team of the Californian Bureau of Investigation (CBI) may officially be lead by haughty agent Lisbon. However, her mediocre intelligence and methods by the book are no match for 'mentalist' Patrick Jane. Formally, the ex-medium-hustler is just a police consultant. In fact the detectives soon learn to look to him for ever brilliant and surprising observations, deductions, ploys and traps. No criminal ever outsmarts Jane - except perhaps Red John, who unwillingly motivated Patrick to start fighting crime. Outline courtesy of www.imdb.com.

 

August 2007: P4MG places one song in "The Shield" as follows:

- Episode 701 - "Curious" by Melanie Hines and Jon Meyer

The Shield

Plot Outline: The story of in inner-city Los Angeles police precinct where some of the cops aren't above breaking the rules or working against their associates to both keep the streets safe and their self-interests intact.

 

Spring 2007 - MTV - Pimp My Ride, Housebroken, and Parental Control plus other MTV shows are currently playing P4MG's songwriter's tunes.

MTV

 

 

February 2007: P4MG places one song in "The Shield" as follows:

- Episode 517 - "Better Off On My Own " by Elisa Fiorilla

Plot Outline: The story of in inner-city Los Angeles police precinct where some of the cops aren't above breaking the rules or working against their associates to both keep the streets safe and their self-interests intact.

 

November 2006: P4MG places two songs within the television show, the N's "South of Nowhere" as follows:

- "Turn Up Your Radio" by Abdus Muhammad II

- "La La La La" by Abdus Muhammad II

October 2006: P4MG places two songs within the television show, the N's "South of Nowhere" as follows:

- Episode 209 - "Away" - by Andrew Tyler

- Episode 211 - "Boom Boom" - by Bobby Jones and Josh Henderson

South of Nowhere

Cast of South of Nowhere

South of Nowhere Cast

Plot Outline: A family moves from Ohio to Los Angeles, where they find themselves unprepared for the city's fast pace, and the overcrowded public school that their three teenagers will attend.

 

September 2006: P4MG places writer /producer Bobby Jones' song called "Gettin' Hot 'n Here " and producer Marc Mozart's song "Whey" in the 2006 or 2007 direct to DVD movie "American Pie 5 - The Naked Truth". Be sure to check out the movie when it gets released!

Film Synopsis: The movie will shift its focus on Adam Stifler, the cousin of Matt and Steve (Sean William Scott in the first three films), a youngster whose anything like his wild relations. Peer pressure starts to turn him though, with his pals coaxing him into helping host the college 'Naked Mile', a naked-run across the college campus.

 

July 2006: P4MG places writer Steven Alex's song called "Get What You Give" in the 2006 direct to DVD movie "Like Mike 2: Streetball". Check out the movie! Like Mike 2: Streetball
Film Synopsis: Another young boy with 'hoop dreams' finds an old pair of Michael Jordan's sneakers and can suddenly play ball like the greatest player in the world.

 

July 2006: P4MG places writers Harry Hess and Pete Lesperance song called "Higher" in a Crossroads Inc. film called "Snow Angels" starring Kate Beckinsale and Sam Rockwell. It is currently in production and no release date has been announced.
Film Synopsis: A drama interweaving the life of a teenager with his old babysitter, her estranged husband, and their daughter.

 

July 2006: P4MG places writer Pete Lesperance song called "Be The One" in a MUSK Entertainment / Back 40 Entertainment film called "Simple Things" starring Amber Benson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Edie McClurg and Joshua Leonard (The Shaggy Dog). The movie is currently in post production with an expected release this fall, 2006.

Simple Things Movie Poster

Film Synopsis: In order to secure the position of Head of Pediatrics at a top Chicago hospital, a young, highly accomplished, pediatrician agrees to spend a summer setting up a clinic in a small town in the North Carolina mountains. Clashing against the ways of the small community he is forced to deal with the recent loss of his wife while reconnecting with his 9 year old son, and learning a different pace of life.

 

 





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