For over the last two decades, Loren Harriet has become one of the music industries top “non traditional recording artist” producers. His projects have included recording artists from the world of sports, film and television.
Loren has worked with such artists as Bernie Williams (former New York Yankee), Bronson Arroyo (Major League Baseball pitcher), Dwight Howard (NBA superstar), Wayman Tisdale (former NBA Basketball player), Nick Swisher (New York Yankees), Megan Mullally, John Lithgow, Jay Leno, Billy Bob Thornton and Jeff Goldblum.
He's also worked with celebrities such as horror writer Stephen King, Mayor Rudy Giuliani, Desperate Housewives star Jamie Denton, musicians Ruben Blades, Bela Fleck, Timothy B. Schmit (from the Eagles), Clarence Clemons and Mike Mills (from REM), as well as Tom Kenny, the voice of SpongeBob SquarePants.
Besides serving as a Producer, Executive Producer and Marketing Consultant on various music projects, Loren has worked in acquiring various corporate sponsorships for music projects including working with Paul McCartney’s publishing company MPL Communications for the album “Band On The Run 25th Anniversary Issue”.
Some of the music, television, sports, corporate and non-profit organizations Loren has worked with include the GRAMMY ® Foundation, EMI Music, Capitol Records, Verve Music Group, Universal Music Group, Polygram Records, Warner Music Group, ADA, Razor & Tie Entertainment, Sony Music, House Of Blues Entertainment, Hard Rock Café, Fender Musical Instruments, Guitar Center, Major League Baseball, Major League Baseball Players Association, NBA, NBC, ESPN, FoxSportsNet, New England Sports Network, YES Network, Continental Airlines, GNC, Kraft Foods, Monsanto, Carls Jr. , The Children’s Miracle Network, Wildlife Waystation, The Jimmy Fund, The Red Sox Foundation, The Dodgers Dream Foundation, National 4-H Council, Florida Hospital, Orlando Magic Youth Foundation, NBA Cares and VH1’s Save The Music.
Loren has been interviewed and his projects have been featured in various publications including the New York Times, USA Today, People Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone Magazine, Boston Globe, L.A. Times, television shows including CBS Sunday Morning, ESPN’s Sportscenter, Fox Saturday Baseball, Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, Extra, E! Entertainment and NBC Primetime shows, radio shows include The Jim Rome Show, The Dan Patrick Show, The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Mike & Mike In The Morning and The Mancow Show.
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