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Steve Brown

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Steve Brown

Composer, lyricist, arranger, record producer, Steve has worked with some of the biggest names in British television, radio and theatre comedy for over 35 years. Recent work includes: Harry Hill’s Alien Fun Capsule (ITV); This Time With Alan Partridge (BBC); The Imitation Game (ITV); The Goes Wrong Show (BBC); Spy School (ITV), and in collaboration with Harry Hill showcased their new show TONY! the Tony Blair Rock Opera (Turbine Theatre). The artist Grayson Perry commissioned Steve to co-write 4 songs with him for a forthcoming UK tour. In January 2021 with Barbara Dickson, he won an edition of Pointless Celebrities (BBC). Television includes: Spitting Image, Rory Bremner, They Think It’s All Over, Lenny Henry Goes to Town, Brian Conley Show, SM:tv (for which he wrote the classic Wonky Donkey theme), Dead Ringers, Saturday Night Takeaway, New Tricks, My Parents Are Aliens, Not Going Out, My Dad’s the Prime Minister, Scrambled and many others. Extensive work with Steve Coogan includes playing the role of Glen Ponder in the Alan Partridge Knowing Me, Knowing You series, acting as MD/ Composer on The Tony Ferrino Phenomenon (BBC) and completing two UK tours as Coogan’s musical director. Performing credits: many TV and radio appearances including In One Ear (R4); Brunch (Capital Radio); Jammin’ and The Lee Mack Show (R2). Steve has a long-term working friendship with Harry Hill, completing several UK tours and providing all music on TV Burp, The All New Harry Hill Show (ITV) and Teatime! (Sky). He composed songs and score for Harry Hill the Movie. Theatre includes: Music/lyrics for the musicals Spend Spend Spend (Evening Standard and Critics’ Circle Awards for Best New Musical), the X Factor musical I Can’t Sing! (London Palladium) and It’s a Wonderful Life, with Francis Matthews (New Wolsey, Ipswich). Record production includes: Steve produced triple-platinum album Seasons of My Soul by Rumer (Atlantic Records), followed by the acclaimed MOBO-winning artist Laura Mvula’s platinum debut Sing to the Moon for RCA, having discovered both artistes, and Little Black Book by Sarah Walk (One Little Indian).

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