ALAN BREWER, BME/BREWMAN MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT, OWNER/COMPOSER/PRODUCER: Starting in the music business as a touring musician and songwriter, and later moving into the producer’s chair, Alan Brewer has worked in the studio with Pete Townshend of “The Who,” legendary “Yes” keyboardist, Rick Wakeman, Sister Sledge, Rick Derringer, and Clarence Clemons of Bruce Springsteen’s “E Street Band,” as well as studio greats like the Brecker Brothers, Steve Gadd, Will Lee, Larry Coryell, Liberty DeVitto, and Tony Levin. He has also served as Producer on mixes of live recordings of Sting, Phil Collins, Jeff Beck, Donovan, Bob Geldof, and Eric Clapton. During his years as a touring musician, Brewer had the pleasure of performing live with the likes of John Lee Hooker, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee and jazz composer/pianist, Cecil Taylor. A stint as Post-Production Sound & Music Supervisor for Miramax Films led Brewer into the motion picture business, and he then progressed to Score Composer, Music Director, and Soundtrack Producer on a number of feature films and television projects. His movie credits include David Bowie’s “Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders From Mars,” Paul McCartney’s “Rockshow,” “Tokyo Pop,” “Crossover Dreams,” “B.C. Rock,” “The Burning,” “Secret Policeman’s Other Ball,” “American Pastime,” “Come Early Morning,” and the recent cult classic “Trailer Park Of Terror.” Reaching beyond his music related responsibilities, Brewer also produced the Universal Pictures release, “Playing For Keeps.” His publishing and production company, BME/Brewman Music & Entertainment, currently has its offices in Los Angeles, and has represented such luminaries as Narada Michael Walden, Rick Wakeman, Danny Federici (of the E Street Band), Matt King, Mark Slaughter (of the band Slaughter), and jazz artist/composer Chris Bennett, for film & television composition.