Built to Last

An album of classic pop-rock ballads…

Composing and production duo David Tobin and Jeff Meegan are nothing if not versatile, teaming up here for an album of classic, piano-led pop-rock ballads with emotional strings and male vocals.

 
Available for commercial licence from Audio Network (https://www.audionetwork.com/browse/m/album/built-to-last_3542).

Classical Collection Remixed

George Georgia’s electronica, hip hop, trap, dance remix project of David Tobin, Jeff Meegan and Julian Gallant’s album of classical arrangements features dramatic orchestra, choir and electronic beats, on ‘ Hip Habanera’, ‘Ave Maria’, ‘Liebestraume’ and more.

Available for commercial licensing from Audio Network (www.audionetwork.com/browse/m/album…n-remixed_3495)

Sunshine lightens a dark drama on Showtime and Sky

In the shadows of a glitzy bar in New Orleans, we discern the outline of a menacing figure. It is crime boss Tommy Baxter, a cold-faced man with the smile of a hungry shark. He is waiting for someone.

In the background, we hear the sound of a big band with a towering brass section fronted by a male vocalist. The happy feel of the music provides a dramatic counterpoint to the drama unfolding before us.

Bryan Cranston

Prime-time US TV meets Meegan and Tobin. The song is Sunshine of Your Love, written by Jeff and David and recorded by the Rob Parton Big Band in Chicago in 2012 and featuring a silky vocal from Jeff. The song features in the critically acclaimed TV drama Your Honor, with Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad, right,) and Michael Stuhlbarg (above, Boardwalk Empire).

Your Honor premiered in the States on Showtime in December and is available to download on the channel. It can also be seen on Sky Atlantic in the UK. A dark and gripping drama that hinges on the repercussions of a nightmarish car crash, it has been adapted from an Israeli television series named Kvodo.

Sunshine of Your Love features on an album of great songs with a brilliant big band backing called Smooth Crooners. The tracks are available to licence for commercial use from Audio Network. (https://www.audionetwork.com/browse/m/album/smooth-crooners_1824).

Ray of Sunshine

The album Ray of Sunshine by Meegan and Tobin as Scott Rockwell and Teddy Josephs

Looking to a brighter future.

Jeff and David (writing as Scott Rockwell and Teddy Josephs) bring a refreshing ray of sunshine and positivity to the proceedings with this upbeat synth-flavoured album,  available for commercial use from The Nerve (www.thenerve.io).

 

Licensing our music

All of the music on this page has been written by Jeff Meegan (as Scott Rockwell) and David Tobin (as Edward Josephs). This album is available for commercial use through The Nerve (www.thenerve.io).

To find out more about The Nerve’s licensing model, click here.

The Smoking Jacket

Kitsch 70s tongue-in-cheek Jazz; Velvet smoking jackets at the ready…

Licensing our music

All of the music on this page has been written by Jeff Meegan (as Scott Rockwell) and David Tobin (as Edward Josephs). This album is available for commercial use through The Nerve (www.thenerve.io).

To find out more about The Nerve’s licensing model, click here.

Down in New Orleans

Quintessential New Orleans trad jazz and jazz blues, from laid-back to feel good grooves with female and male vocals, together with wailing brass and clarinet.

Quintessential New Orleans trad jazz and jazz blues, from laid-back to feel good grooves with female and male vocals, together with wailing brass and clarinet.

Licensing our music

All of the music on this page has been written by Jeff Meegan and David Tobin and is available for commercial use through Audio Network. To find out more about Audio Network’s licensing model, click here.

Yuletide By The Fireside

Album of Christmas Music

Fabulous vintage Christmas crooning magic to make you feel warm and fuzzy inside.

Licensing our music

All of the music on this page has been written by Jeff Meegan (as Scott Rockwell) and David Tobin (as Edward Josephs). This album is available for commercial use through The Nerve (www.thenerve.io).

To find out more about The Nerve’s licensing model, click here.