Pennsylvania Composer John Lawrence Schick began his career as a pianist and nightclub performer. These rich experiences infuse his lively scores in numerous genres, including Dramatic, Classical, and World music. John can be heard on Dateline NBC, The Voice, ABC Promos: Dancing With the Stars, America's Funniest Videos, General Hospital, Modern Family, The View, The Middle, Best in Film, CBS Promos: Amazing Race, 48 Hrs., Made in Jersey, Mentalist, NCIS, and NFL Football, to name a few. Along with International TV credits, John has been featured on ABC, NBC, CBS, BET, PBS, etc.
John Lawrence Schick's music can also be heard on the Chelsea Lately Show, Today Show, Fringe (First Season DVD), History Detectives, Angry Planet, The Bad Girls Club, The Secret Lives of Women, Travel in Style, and “Inside the Michael Jackson Mansion,” iGenius: How Steve Jobs Changed the World (Discovery Network), Last Call with Carson Daly (NBC), Turnaround King (Nat Geo), Fatal Encounters, American Pickers, Abandoned, Disappeared, Goldfathers, La Casa de al Lado, Levántate, Relaciones Peligrosas, Big Easy Brides (WE), The Dish, A-List, Kickin' It (Byron Allen), Entertainment Studios Networks, PETS. TV, My Destination TV, Passport to Europe, Vrak La Vie, MTV News, Extreme Sea World, Entertainers with Byron Allen, Take a Bow - The Ingrid Clarfield Story (Film), What Not to Wear, Movie Night and WETD (Canadian TV), Sex News and Rock & Roll, My Little Terror, Homicide Hunter, and several variety TV shows. In addition, his compositions have been the highlight in several independent films, documentaries, and International TV projects around the world. Recently, Recording Magazine awarded John’s track “Cutthroat” with a Five Star "Spotlight" rating.
Haunting violin and keys. Murder mystery in the mansion, perfect for Agatha Christi, Sherlock Holmes, Midsomer Murders, and other Classical dramatic TV series and films. Instrumental, Dangerous Music, Mysterious Music