Elliot Lurie - Music Producer
Elliot Lurie began his career in music in 1972 when, as a member of the band LOOKING GLASS, he wrote, produced and sang the million selling number one record BRANDY.
Through the '70's Elliot continued to record, both with the group and as a solo artist, for Epic and Arista Records. He also was a staff songwriter for Chappell Music and Screen Gems Music.
In the early 1980's Elliot wrote and produced music for advertising and industrials in New York City. Clients included IBM, WABC TV and Manhattan Cable TV.
In 1984 he relocated to Los Angeles and partnered with Becky Shargo-Mancuso in Magstripe Music, one of Hollywood's original Music Supervision companies.
In 1985 Elliot became head of the Twentieth Century Fox music department. He remained at Fox until 1995, rising to Executive VP Music for Fox Inc., with responsibility for all aspects of music for both Twentieth Century Fox Films and Twentieth Television Productions including Creative, Business Affairs and Marketing. In addition to his hands-on involvement with the productions, he oversaw the establishment of Fox's Music Publishing companies, consulted to the Fox Broadcasting Co. and Fox Sports and supervised a staff of twenty.
For the past ten years Elliot has been involved in myriad music projects including film and television music supervision, album executive production, songwriting and record production. He has recently worked with film Directors James L. Brooks and Nancy Meyers and on projects for Columbia Pictures, Paramount Network Television, Discovery Networks, Sony Music and The Walt Disney Company. Some recent highlights include:
- Lizzie McGuire TV and Movie Soundtracks - Music Supervisor and Executive Album Producer
- Lizzie McGuire TV Show - Main theme Composer and Producer
- That's So Raven - Soundtrack album Co-executive Producer
- Sara Paxton (Epic Records), Corbin Bleu (Hollywood Records) - Album Executive Producer
- The 4400 - CBS/USA Network Emmy Nominated Series (All seasons)
Elliot is a member of ASCAP, AMPAS and NARAS.