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Brendan McGeehan

musician, composer, creative consultant

About Me

Brendan McGeehan is a true utility player in the music industry. A trained recording engineer and studied musician, he is adept and comfortable behind the board, in the producer’s chair, as well as performing bass, piano, guitar, or ukulele on the other side of the glass.

Equally at home at a rock venue, classical concert hall, or jazz club, Brendan’s enthusiasm and love and understanding of many genres of music keeps him in demand as a dude you would want to work with.

Formerly touring as bassist with punk/funk band Counter Riot, whose 2011 album was produced by Scott Stallone, he currently plays bass and keyboards for Philadelphia act AlyCat.

As a composer, he has scored music for several films over the last few years, appearing on FunnyOrDie and working with directors from Philadelphia to LA. His latest film, “Trouble’s A’Brewin’,” which he also produced, premiered at the 2012 Off-Centered Film Festival in Austin, TX.

As an engineer, Brendan is constantly involved in the production of sounds, whether it’s working as the in-house producer/engineer for a 77 year-old Philadelphia accordion legend or mixing audio for 20,000 people at PPL park for the Philadelphia Union at a MLS game, and all things in between.

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