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1 National Academy of Songwriting Award Winning Composer Julian Costas founded Fearnot Music back in the mid 90's. A few years and several projects later his efforts as an artist, writer, producer and multi-instrumentalist continued taking him to publishing deals that have placed his music not only in the top 10 of the charts worldwide but continuosly since, on several TV shows, films and independent records.
Among some of his important contributions at the time was his joining as staff composer for Harmony Gold Productions in Los Angeles for which he wrote, produced and performed all original title songs as well as scores for shows such as the television history making "Robotech" (which continues to enjoy an impressive fan following and sustained international success). Some of the other opening theme songs included the remaking of classics such as: Little Women, Frankenstein, Undersea Encounter and Call of The Wild ------>

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Part of the experience as a producer comes from touring the LA circuit for 2 years when was hired as a music director/arranger playing guitars and keys for MCA signed and potential acts.

During this time, he routinely performed at the worldwide famous "Roxy" on Sunset Blvd. to a room filled to full capacity with scouters and record executives. This led to meeting and being a producer and musical director for the Russ Reagan and Gary Zekley's writing project partnership to create material for major solo acts during the late 90's (Zekley was the founder of the popular 70's band "Yellow Balloon" as well as writer of The Grassroots #1 hit "Sooner or Later" and REM's hit "Superman"). In sum, these writings and productions have been performed in all of the continental 48 states so far (Ascap source) and an estimated 80 FM stations around the world.

A UCLA graduate in Film Scoring as well as the Recording Arts and Sciences licensures, these are some of the films this NAS award winning composer has written title songs or Scores for:

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