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Brandon Christy began his musical career as a session keyboard player in the 90's, touring the world extensively with UK-based artists such as Boyzone, Des'ree, Gary Barlow and pop-violinist Vanessa-Mae. After a move to Los Angeles in 2001, Brandon began working extensively with production/writing team The Matrix on various pop and rock projects. Soon after starting his own music production company, Brandon signed on-going contracts with both NBC Television and FOX Television and composed/produced the theme music for NBC's popular entertainment news show Access Hollywood, which can still be heard six nights a week in the United States and in many other territories. Brandon also produced and wrote the theme for Access Hollywood's new daily morning show Access Hollywood Live.
Brandon also continued his interest in pop and rock and has enjoyed a creative relationship with British superstar Robbie Williams, with and for whom he wrote/produced 'The Actor' for Robbie's 2006 #1 album RudeBox. Brandon also co-wrote Robbie's 'comeback' single 'Bodies' from his 2009 album 'Reality Killed The Video Star'. The song went on to become a worldwide #1 hit.
Along the way, Brandon has been involved with a number of movie projects including composing music for the Muppets Go to Oz movie with Ashanti and Queen Latifah, remixing Oscar-winning composer Michael Giacchino's score for the Disney/Pixar movie 'The Incredibles' and contributing a track to Disney/PIxar's 2011 hit 'Cars 2'.