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TED LOWE

Ted Lowe is a much in demand music supervisor and consultant.

A protégé to Benny Medina, who managed Will Smith, Puff Daddy and Jennifer Lopez, Ted Lowe segued to Warner Bros. Records black music division, where an A & R man, he shepherded gold and platinum albums by such artists as Tevin Campbell, Take 6, Chaka Khan and Roger and Zapp. He then moved to Sony Music’s Epic Records as a Director of A & R, where he supervised Platinum selling recording artists Jon B. Babyface, Stanley Clarke and MC Eiht, as well as various soundtrack projects for the company, including "Money Train" and "The Great White Hype."

Ted Lowe answers questions at CGB for LA SongNet audience, January 2006

For the past few years, Ted has been supervising music for several prominent companies and consulting on a number of well received independent film projects. As a consultant to the Edmond

s Entertainment Group, Ted managed WEA recording artist and producer DaRock, and helped supervise albums by Memphis Bleek, LL Cool J., Flipmore Squad's Spliff and Shaquille O'Neal. As a music supervisor, Ted supervised the music for Fox Searchlight's "White Boys,” Christine Swanson’s “All About You”, which took top honors at the Acapulco Black Film Festival and “The Learning Curve.”

For “The Learning Curve,” Lowe reached for the charts and created an exciting contemporary score featuring original music from an illustrious roster, including Spivy's Roof, Justin O'Brian, Ghetto Blaster, Rated R, Jay, Rubberneck, Reign Mann, Mitch Manker, B.N. Maya, Joy and Amanda Delfino.

 

 

 


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