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Andrew Robbins

Director, Film/TV - MusicBox, LLC
 
Andrew Robbins is the Director of Film/TV Music at MusicBox, LLC, a West Hollywood based music production company. Responsible for utilizing his relationships with producers, editors, and music supervisors to present MusicBox's custom scoring services, and their extensive music catalog which now boasts 21,500 tracks worth of hassle-free licensable songs, trailer music, program underscore and other post-audio elements across 18 catalogs.  For 10 years prior to joining MusicBox, Andrew served as Director, Film/TV Music at Megatrax.  During that time he multiple placements in the Best Picture Oscar Winning Crash, and other films like Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Bad Santa, Stigmata, Memento and Big Fish.  He is also responsible for well over 9,000 additional music placements in broadcast and cable television programs and feature film trailers.  From 1994-1997, Andrew was Director of Music Publishing for songwriter/producer Dana Walden’s Coyote Entertainment, an LA-based music production company. From 1993-94, Mr. Robbins worked independently to oversee his family’s music publishing interests.  Andrew also worked in the creative department of Rondor Music International, the publishing arm of A&M Records, from 1990-93.  During this time, he helped to promote the catalogs of The Beach Boys, The Carpenters, East Memphis Music, and Billy Preston.  Andrew has been called “a third generation member of the first family of music publishing.”  His grandfather, the legendary music publisher Jack Robbins (aka "The Big 3" or Robbins Feist & Miller) was founder of the first music publishing company to strike a deal with a major Hollywood studio upon the advent of sound in motion pictures. Jack Robbins was the music publisher for MGM Studios and the first major Hollywood musical Broadway Melody.  Marshall Robbins (Andrew's father) was the publisher behind legendary lyricist Johnny Mercer for 28 years.

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