Episode 40: Drummer/Composer Michael Radovsky

As a drummer and hand percussionist Michael Radovsk’s recording credits include Black Hawk, Phil Keaggy, Beth Nielson Chapman, Marshall Crenshaw, Bill Lloyd, Bedlam, Reservoir Dogs (soundtrack), Rango (soundtrack), Billy Falcon, Patricia Conroy, Ronna Reeves, Victoria Shaw, Andy Pratt, Jimmy Abegg, Kiya Heartwood, Suitcase Pimps, and the Grave Blankets.
As a composer of music for TV film and commercials, Michael Radovsky have created music for companies such as Firstcom, Sonoton, APM, Nonstop, Warner Chappell, Megatrax, Groove Addicts, Groove Worx, One Music, Riptide, NHK, Jingle Punks, and Mibe Music. He’s had placements in the films Rango (starring Johnny Depp) and Kicking And Screaming (featuring Will Ferrell And Robert Duvall). His Television placements include AMC’s Breaking Bad, Dancing With The Stars, So You Think You Can Dance, American Idol, as well as numerous uses on Fox,ABC, ABC Family, CBS, Food Network, Lifetime, USA Network, NPT, HGTV, MLB, HBO, A&E, and “reality” television shows too many to mention.
Michael’s music for commercials include Jeep, Ford, Toyota, Dodge, O’Charley’s, NASCAR, Johnsonville, Health South, Tri-Star Medical, and TN Farm Bureau.


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