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Episode 28 features an interview with composer Robert J Sherman, son of Robert B Sherman of the Sherman brothers, known for their vast catalogue songs from the Disney era.
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THIS EPISODE: It’s A Small World with Robert J Sherman
This episode features an interview with composer Robert J Sherman, son of Robert B Sherman of the Sherman brothers, known for their vast catalogue songs from the Disney era.
Robert Jason (“Robbie”) Sherman is a London-based songwriter and bookwriter. Musicals include Love Birds and Bumblescratch.
A Spoonful of Sherman, a cabaret, which Robbie wrote, narrated and produced celebrates nearly a century (three generations) of the Sherman family songwriting legacy. A Spoonful of Sherman returns to the London stage August 7-20 2017 at Live at Zedel.
Born in Los Angeles in 1968 to Joyce and Robert B. Sherman, Robbie is the youngest of four siblings. Stemming from a long line of songwriters and composers, at 16, Robbie became one of the youngest songwriters ever invited to join BMI and is an alumnus of the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop.
At 18, he wrote songs for the musical A Christmas Held Captive (Beverly Hills Playhouse). Subsequently, Sherman has written songs and/or scripts for various film, stage and TV productions. Projects include: The Adventures of Amazon Jack (Columbia Tristar), The Magic 7 (Pulse Entertainment), The Penguin Pirate and Inkas the Ramferinkas (an animated musical film).
He oversaw and served as editor for Moose: Chapters From My Life, his father, Robert B. Sherman’s posthumously released autobiography. He also provides the voice and music for the Moose audiobook.
Robbie is the CEO/President of Music World LLC and Music World UK. He is also Trustee of the Robert B. Sherman Family Estate and Archives, which includes one half of The Sherman Brothers and Al Sherman estates.
Robert J Sherman’s website: http://robbiesherman.com
Russell Scott has been in the music industry, professionally, for over 35 years working in the worlds of Classical and Musical Theatre. He is not only a Producer and Musical Director, but an accomplished Singer and Vocal Coach.
As a performer he has performed all over the world, as a soloist and with leading choirs and orchestras. With over 100,000 record sales across his 4 solo albums, he’s also appeared on countless film soundtracks, opera, pop and musical theatre recordings.
His company, Russell Scott Entertainment Limited has developed into a successful and reputable entertainment production company specialising in creating and producing high profile, high-end productions. It has produced a number of hugely successful shows across the UK including ‘An Evening of Don Black’, ‘An Evening of Tim Rice’, ‘The Wonderful World of Ashman, Menken & Schwartz, and ‘From Stage And Screen… And Back Again!’ which raised over £15,000 for charity. He produced the critically acclaimed ‘Godspell In Concert’ at the Lyric Theatre in London’s West End in 2014 which went on to tour the UK in 2015.
Specialising in ‘performance’, he regularly directs masterclasses and workshops, and has worked with choirs and ensembles around the UK including the acclaimed Military Wives Choir. He is Musical Director of Next Stage Choir and Waddesdon Manor Choir.
Russell Scott is also producer of the UK Choir Festival.
Russell leads an enormously busy life having achieved great success in the cross-over of genres. Music is his soul and his passion, and he is committed to finding and developing new musical talent, giving opportunity to those with the ability and dedication to succeed at the highest level.
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