The NUN II Trailer Sync Placement

Congratulations to Collin Wade on a trailer placement for The NUN II

His song from the 1940s gave just the right haunt..

A follow-up to the enigmatic gothic horror about a strong evil that haunts and causes supernatural harm to everybody it comes into contact with. After the events of the first film, the said powerful evil now begins to spread in 1956 throughout a town in France as word gets out that a priest has been violently murdered. A finished contemplative in her novitiate, Sister Irene, begins to investigate the murder, only to find a demon behind it — the same evil that terrorized her in the original film as a nun — Valak, whom she once again soon comes to encounter.

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Our Final Days In Paradise

Congrats to Bill Palusky and Len Gehl for placing their songs in “Our Final Days In Paradise” airing on Amazon Prime, AppleTv, and Tubi.

SERIES DESCRIPTION:  After being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer, two terminally ill teens go on a massive bender their final week alive

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United Airlines Commercial

Huge congratulations to our favorite mustached singer Wild Earp for a United Airlines commercial music sync placement! Check out the full song “Yodelay-Hee-Why?” on all streaming platforms. Along with many other excellent songs by Wild Earp.

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“Top Boy” Sync Placement on Netflix

Congrats to GpsSongs artist Len Gehl on placing his song in Season 3 of “Top Boy” on Netflix!

Top Boy is a British television crime drama series created and written by Ronan Bennett. The series is set on the fictional Summerhouse estate in the London Borough of Hackney and focuses on two drug dealers, Dushane (Ashley Walters) and Sully (Kane Robinson), along with others involved with drug dealing and gang violence in London.

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“Totally Killer” sync placement

Congratulations to GpsSongs artist Bob Crawford for his song placement in ‘Totally Killer’ airing in October on Prime!

Thirty-five years after the shocking murders of three teens, an infamous killer returns on Halloween night to claim a fourth victim. When 17-year-old Jamie comes face-to-face with the masked maniac, she accidentally time-travels back to 1987. Forced to navigate the unfamiliar culture, Jamie teams up with her teenage mother to take down the psycho once and for all.

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Senorita 89

Congratulations to Joe Vitale on placing “Lock It Up Tight” in Senorita 89 on Pantaya Starzplay! Gps Songs thanks you for your excellent music!

In a seeming paradise, 32 beauty queens arrive for three-months of grooming before competing to become Miss Mexico.

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Riverdale Sync Placements

A big congratulations to GpsSongs artists Jensina Shepard and Len Gehl for placing their music in Riverdale episodes 716 and 712 on The CW Network.  Thank you for your outstanding music!

While navigating the troubled waters of romance, school and family, Archie and his gang become entangled in dark Riverdale mysteries.

Riverdale in its 7th and final season is an American television series based on the characters of Archie Comics.  The series was adapted for The CW by Archie Comics’ chief creative officer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, and is produced by Warner Bros. Television and CBS Studios, in association with Berlanti Productions and Archie Comics.

The series featured an ensemble cast based on the characters of Archie Comics, with KY Apa in the role of Archie Andrews, Lili Reinhart as Betty Cooper, Camila Mendes as Veronica Lodge, and Cole Sprouse as Jughead Jones, the series’ narrator. After a teenager was murdered within the town of Riverdale, this group of teenagers try to unravel the evils lurking within the town.

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ABC “The Wonder Years” sync placement

Congrats to Chet Orr for a song placement in “The Wonder Years” on ABC and Hulu. GpsSongs is thrilled to be a part of this amazing reboot.

Set in Montgomery, Alabama during the late ’60s, this version of “The Wonder Years” follows Dean Williams (Elisha Williams), a fairly typical middle school student, albeit one whose life is narrated by Don Cheadle as a grown-up version of our young protagonist.

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Indie film sync “El Amarre”

Congratulations to Hank Jones for placing his song “Tryin” in the indie film “El Amarre”


A woman has a crush with a coworker and makes a ritual to make him fall in love with her, but things got a little out of hand when she messes with forces no one can control.

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Clarice on CBS

Congratulations Len Gehl for your song placement in the CBS series “Clarice” “Clarice” offers a deep dive into the untold personal story of FBI Agent Clarice Starling as she returns to the field in 1993, one year after the events of “The Silence of the Lambs.”

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Christmas 2019

Some good placements Christmas 2019! GpsSongs artist placed in “A Beauty And The Beast Christmas” and “Best Christmas Ball Ever” congrats to John Altenburgh for placing a song in each show, David Adler, and Aneika Rivers, who also contributed a song to the Bluebird Foundation fundraiser cd “Christmas By The Lake” in support of youth in the arts. http://www.bluebirdfoundation.org


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‘Charlie Says’ released by IFC Films now in theaters

Congratulations to two of our very own GpsSongs artist who placed songs in this film!

Directed by: Mary Harron Starring: Suki Waterhouse, Hannah Murray, Matt Smith, Sosie Bacon, Marianne Rendón, Chace Crawford Years after the shocking murders that made the name Charles Manson synonymous with pure evil, the three women who killed for him—Leslie Van Houten (Hannah Murray), Patricia Krenwinkel (Sosie Bacon), and Susan Atkins (Marianne Rendón)—remain under the spell of the infamous cult leader (Matt Smith). Confined to an isolated cellblock in a California penitentiary, the trio seem destined to live out the rest of their lives under the delusion that their crimes were part of a cosmic plan—until empathetic graduate student Karlene Faith (Merritt Wever) is enlisted to rehabilitate them. Convinced the prisoners are not the inhuman monsters the world believes them to be, Karlene begins the arduous process of breaking down the psychological barriers erected by Manson. But are the women ready to confront the horror of what they did? Boundary pushing auteur Mary Harron (American Psycho, I Shot Andy Warhol) presents a provocative new perspective on one of the most notorious crimes of the 20th century. #IFCFilms#CharlieSays

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Jermaine Stegall – Film Composer

After receiving a graduate certificate from USC’s Scoring for Motion Picture and Television program in 2004, Jermaine Stegall began working closely with composer Marco Beltrami on films such as I, Robot, Flight of the Phoenix, and Scream 4.  This ultimately led to many opportunities to work as an orchestrator and conductor of original and additional music for film and television for such studios as Warner Brothers, Lionsgate, Dimension Films, Fox Digital Studio, NBC Universal Television, VH-1, and CW Television.

Jermaine participated in the 2016 Sundance Composer labs held at Skywalker Ranch.  During the labs, Jermaine worked closely with composers Harry Gregson-Williams, Christophe Beck, and the Skywalker Sound Design team.  Jermaine Stegall has scored over 20 feature films, some of which have been released theatrically in the U.S., Mexico, and Colombia.  A few of Jermaine’s film scoring credits include the theatrical release of Jamesy Boy directed by Trevor White on (Phase 4 Films), and Badge of Honor on (Anchor Bay Films) directed by Agustin.  Jermaine scored for the 2016 teen comedy “Mono” for (Fox Digital Studio) which was released on Netflix. His music can also be heard in episodes of “Best Friends Whenever,” “Liv and Maddie” which both air on Disney Channel, and season 2 of “Supergirl” on the CW network. The musical piece at the end of the podcast is called “Main Title” composed by Jermaine Stegall.  To hear more check out his website.

Helpful Links: • https://www.jermainestegall.com/ • https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1820736/ • http://jermainestegall.tumblr.com/ • https://twitter.com/jermainestegall • https://www.youtube.com/jermainestegall1 • https://www.instagram.com/jermainestegall/ • https://soundcloud.com/jermainestegall

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