Composer Randy Edelman

Welcomes Clive Davis to his Epic Performance @ Chelsea NYC 9/22/23

There is a neurosis in the air, which its inhabitants mistake for energy. The climate is scandalous, the traffic insane, and the competition savage. However, there is no place like it on the planet. People go to L.A. to try to find themselves, but they come to New York to become someone new…For the past two years, composer Randy Edelman has braved the chaos, the threat of plague, and the monotony of faces and has made a new and contrasting identity for himself amongst the sizzling concrete and the sold-out solo performances at the edgiest nightlife soirées in New York and recently also in London.

He began his New York renaissance at the electric, 9000-square-foot dance space Rumi and then jammed the Monster, the Townhouse, the Green Room 42, City Winery, and now a residency at the trendy night spot Chelsea Table + Stage, where he dazzles audiences with music and stories intimately celebrating the soundscape of his illustrious career.

Randy is known above all for writing the soundtracks to over 100 television productions and motion pictures, including “Last of The Mohicans” (which earned him a Golden Globe nomination), “Dragonheart”, “Ghostbusters ll”, “My Cousin Vinny”. “Anaconda”, “Gettysburg”, “Drop Dead Fred”, “Kindergarten Cop”, “Twins”, “While You Where Sleeping”, the hit series “MacGyver”, and a kaleidoscope of ESPN events (which he won an Emmy for), the Olympics, and an massive array of others. He is also a pop recording artist, having written “Weekend In New England” (as recorded by Barry Manilow), “Isn’t It A Shame” (as recorded by Patti LaBelle), “My Place” (as recorded by Nelly), “You” ( as recorded by the Carpenters), and limitless others. 

Most recently he wrote the soundtrack for the new thriller “The Possession of Anne”, which will be out on Amazon Prime this October, plus “Athena Saves Christmas,” the new Josh Webber holiday movie starring Cuba Gooding Jr., “Too Hot To Handle: The Making of Ghostbusters ll” and “Heart Strings”, directed by Ate de Jong. Edelman is also currently working on another album to be released early next year. Recently, Randy was inducted into the New England Music Hall Of Fame. Check out or purchase Randy’s catalog of work on streaming services. 

The Get Out! Awards has scored,  Randy Edelman will perform on Dec. 10th, 2023 

Getout! Mag

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