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Platinum Weird

AFE Tour '03

 Viper Room

Six Figures

 Today Show, Ellen

jeff foxworth composer producer songwriter

Lindsay Lohan

 You Are I Am               

Jeff’s music career began with North Carolina act Weekend Excursion in 1994. Ten years later, Jeff relocated to Los Angeles where he continues to write, record, produce and perform. Here are some highlights dating back to 2000:


08.25.15

Michael Johns and The Ontic song "A Little Different" featured on the CNBC series "West Texas Investors Club" 

08.19.15
GSN's "Steampunk'd" series premiere (original score by The Ontic)

03.03.14
Bruce Greenwood single "I See You Now"  released (produced and co-written by The Ontic)

05.31.13
USA Network's series "The Moment" season finale (original score by The Ontic)

04.23.13

Michael Johns and The Ontic song "Come On Come On" featured on the NBC series "Ready For Love"

04.11.13
USA Network's series "The Moment"  premieres with original score by The Ontic

02.20.13
Discovery Channel's series "Weed Country"  premieres with additional score by The Ontic

02.08.13
USA Network's "NFL Characters Unite" features theme song composed and produced by The Ontic

01.28.13
Michael Johns and The Ontic song "Bless My Soul" featured on the TNT series "Dallas"

06.20.12
Michael Johns and The Ontic song "Bless My Soul" featured on the USA series "Necessary Roughness"

05.21.12
Terron Brooks (NBC's "The Temptations") releases album "Contagious" - with 2 songs produced by The Ontic

02.10.12
USA Network's "NFL Characters Unite" features theme song and additional score composed and produced by The Ontic

12.13.11
Weekend Excursion releases single "Somehow" - all proceeds go to the V Foundation for Cancer Research

12.08.11
History Channel's "Off The Grid" premieres with all original score composed by The Ontic

10.27.11
Michael Johns and The Ontic song "Come On Come On" featured on the CW series "Vampire Diaries"

07 - 08.11
The daytime Fox talk show "Father Albert" features theme song by The Ontic

06.15.11
U.S. premiere of "Jiro Dreams of Sushi" with additional music by The Ontic

02.22.11
The Ontic feat. Kara Britz song "Too Little Too Late" featured on the CW series "Hellcats"

02.15.11
The Ontic song "Second Chance" featured on the CW series "Hellcats"

11.17.10
Michael Johns and The Ontic song "Here We Go" featured on the CW series "Hellcats"

07.20.09
NBC's "The Wanted" premieres with all original score composed by The Ontic

05.21.09
Ellen DeGeneres Show performance with Michael Johns of "Heart On My Sleeve"

04.15.09
American Idol Extra performance with Michael Johns of "Heart on my Sleeve"

01.20.09
Original release date of Don’t Look Down: The Soundtrack, music written and recorded with Rye Randa and Michael Johns

01.06.09
Release date for the DVD of Don’t Look Down, music co-scored with Rye Randa and Michael Johns

01.01.09
Don’t Look Down, music co-scored with Rye Randa and Michael Johns, premieres on ESPN2

12.23.08
Today Show performance with Michael Johns, of "Another Christmas"

12.9.08
Access Hollywood performance with Michael Johns, of "Another Christmas"

09.10.08
Soundtrack sessions with Rye Randa and Michael Johns for Don’t Look Down (Drums: Gregg Bissonette)

06.25.08
Acoustic performance with Bonnie Somerville (Garden State Soundtrack) at the Mint

05.23.08
Don’t Look Down premieres at Mountain Film Festival in Telluride, CO

01.08
Scoring sessions with Rye Randa for Whitewash: A History of Black Surfers

12.12-22.07
You Are I Am Southeast tour with Daughtry

11.19.07
You Are I Am at the Orpheum, LA

11.09-16.07
You Are I Am Midwest tour with Daughtry

08.08.07
Performance with Michael Johns at the Viper Room

07.07 - 09.07
Scoring sessions with Rye Randa and Michael Johns for Don’t Look Down (Drums: Randy Cooke)

07.12.07
CBS showcase with You Are I Am

06.29-30.07
Acoustic promo video shoot, You Are I Am (CBS Records)

06.29.07
Performance with Michael Johns at the Viper Room

04.26.07
"It’s Never You" featured on episode #618 of the NBC’s Scrubs (writer, publisher)

12.03.06
"Ithuteng: Never Stop Learning" premieres on HBO.
River of Life (co-written with Michael Johns and Lebo Kgasapane, produced by Rye Randa) featured

11.15.06
"Ithuteng: Never Stop Learning" HBO Theatrical Premiere (scoring, sound editing)

01-04.06
Guitar for L.A.-based act Six Figures
Drums: LB (Pussycat Dolls, Robin Thicke)
Vocals: Kara Britz (The Voice, Joe Cocker)
Bass: Corey Britz (Bush, The Calling)
Keys: Brad Swanson (Mason Jennings)

Lead Guitar: Justin Derrico (Pink, Tina Turner)

Rhythm Guitar: Jeff

11.22.05
American Music Awards with Lindsay Lohan

11.11.05
TRL with Lindsay Lohan

11.08.05
Acoustic performance with Michael Johns at Genghis Cohen

10.18-19.05
Platinum Weird Video Shoot: "Happiness"

06.15-24.05
Platinum Weird Rehearsals/recordings

04-11.05
Guitar for Interscope artist Platinum Weird
Vocals: Kara Dioguardi (writer, “Ain’t No Other Man”, Christina Aguilera; “Rich Girl”, Gwen Stefani)
Guitar: Dave Stewart (Eurythmics)

02.26.04
"Liberty" featured on episode #113 of Fox’s "Party of Five" First Season DVD (co-composer)

12.19.03
"Eruption" featured on episode #217 of the WB’s Dawson’s Creek Season 2 DVD (co-writer, co-publisher)

06.30-07.30.03
Weekend Excursion AFE Tour for the Troops

2001
"What We Deserve", "Angel Window", and "Eruption" featured on MTV’s The Real World regular season and The Real World 10 Year Anniversary Special (co-writer, co-publisher)

01.19.00
"Getting By" featured on episode #312 of the WB’s Dawson’s Creek (co-composer)

01.12.00
"Finally Found You" featured on episode #311 of the WB’s Dawson’s Creek (writer, publisher)

 

 

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