Larry Lange

As a former professional staff songwriter for a major music publisher in New York City, Larry Lange has had his songs published, recorded and released by leading artists on major labels.

Larry’s songs No Matter What and Where Does That Leave Love were recorded by George Lamond (Columbia Records), and were Top 40 Billboard hits in the ‘90s. He has also seen several of his songs recorded by artists on major labels.

The group DLG (Sony Latin Records) covered Larry’s song, No Matter What as No Morira, which led to a #1 Billboard Latin hit across 30 countries. The song also won ASCAPs “Most Played Latin Song of the Year” award. DLG’s debut album {on which Lange worked on), was also nominated for a Grammy award.

Larry also co-wrote every song on the #1 charted Japanese album Sing! (BMG Records), which featured the most popular pop stars in Japan.

As a journalist, Lange writes for ForbesNewsday, Harvard Business Review and Bloomberg News, and his personal-growth book, The Beatles Way: Fab Wisdom For Everyday Life (Simon & Schuster), was published in 12 languages.

Mike Lorello

As a gold and platinum award-winning record producer, musician and mixer, Mike Lorello has worked on projects for every major label, amassing a wealth of experience in several different styles of music, including pop, rock, hip-hop, dance and R&B.

Mike Lorello’s discography includes some of the most famous names in music, including Cher, Donna Summer and the New Kids on the Block. As a remix specialist, Mike has worked for superstars like Whitney Houston, Gloria Estefan and Michael Jackson, as well as the original cast of the broadway smash Dear Evan Hanson.

For his work with the hit Reggae group Morgan Heritage, Mike was nominated for a Grammy award.

As a collaborator with iconic dance producer Tony Moran, the duo has produced over 25 #1 Billboard Dance hits and a dozen Top 40 Billboard Pop hits.

Mike works out of his own recording studio near Tampa, Florida.

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All the best!

–Mike Lorello & Larry Lange