Many of STA’s clients have had music produced by Sean’s longtime friend and colleague of STA, Dan Serafini, a music producer working out of Nashville, Tennessee. Recently, Dan has been collaborating with Dave Wilson, co-creator and producer of the CMT Canada‘s show The Wilsons. The series’ opening track, “Stick Together,” can be found on The Wilsons debut album, “The New Duo,” along with several other songs which were co-written by Dan Serafini and Dave Wilson. Dan is also collaborating with Dave on the music for the new CMT Canada reality show Meet the Wilsons. The show is being aggressively marketed in the US, so keep your eyes and ears out for it. Dan has also been working on many other projects including music orchestration for a new Broadway show called Rhinestone Cowboy, the song “Keep in Touch (Wanna Hold You),” featured in the movie Redline, and music cues for The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Dan’s website is new and still under construction so we will have to get back with a link to it later.
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