Eric Aubrey was a professional musician, toured and recorded with the bands Syntax, Arc Angel, and The Eric Aubrey Band where he released his first solo single “A Place in My Heart”. Eric’s touring highlights included opening shows for The Vapors, Foghat and Joan Jett.
Eric was the founder and CEO of Red Armadillo Productions, a Philadelphia-based multimedia production company that created programming for nationally syndicated radio, television, and film.
His musical scoring credits include the TV series “Missing Persons” on ABC television (working with Academy Award-winning film composer Joseph Renzetti), the “Would You Believe It” series on Discovery Channel, and the documentaries, “Most Haunted in America” and “Most Haunted Journeys”. Eric was a regular contributor to Videography and Post magazines and co-authored the digital recording handbook, “Tools for New Times” published by Hal Leonard Publishing.
Now living in Naples, Florida in the United States, Eric composes and produces music, drawing inspiration from the waters of the Gulf of Mexico and his two hysterical Yorkies, Kimi and Kiki.
Current projects include a musical score for a soon-to-be-released tower defense genre video game, and producing the podcast "The Mary Mavis Show", for which he co-wrote the show's musical theme.
Growing up, Tim was heavily influenced by jazz and rock and was classically trained on piano by Alice Coyle (1st Chair Juilliard Music School NYC). In his first Classical piano competition at age 17, Tim was awarded first place.
Tim was keyboardist and vocalist with the rock band "Rogue" who he toured with for many years. He has composed, recorded, and arranged music for numerous projects including the “Would You Believe It” series on Discovery Channel, and the documentaries, “Most Haunted in America” and “Most Haunted Journeys”.
Tim composed, recorded and performed the music for the stage productions, The Golden Harp, Tragic Magic, Ragamuffins, Penelope's Room, The Racy Molly Jane and Vamps, brought to the stage by Bold and Centered Productions of Philadelphia, PA, USA.
Tim has developed his own method for teaching piano, which is currently headed for publication.
Tim is a full time composer, performer and music instructor in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Current projects include a musical score for a soon-to-be-released tower defense genre video game and co-writing the theme music for the "Mary Mavis Show" podcast .