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Music Producer

Christopher Harding initially entered the music world as an award-winning songwriter, having won two semi-finalist awards in the American Song Festival and additionally garnering two semi-finalist awards in the Songwriter International Festival. He has also composed numerous scores for documentary films and formerly served as an Artist Representative and Artist Developer for musical artists and for songwriters (whose music was covered by Tina Turner, Cyndi Lauper, Jefferson Starship, and more).

He later served as a producer and executive producer for numerous music and concert specials for ABC-TV, Walt Disney Television, and MTV. He and his company had the privilege of working with such artists as U2 (Concert at Red Rocks), The Who (Final Tour), Garth Brooks and The Judds (TV Special) and numerous other chart-topping artists including, Kenny Loggins, The Oakridge Boys, Debbie Gibson, Melissa Manchester, Michael Feinstein, and The Jetts.

Chris then went on to become the Executive Vice President and General Manager of independent music labels, BWE Music and BWE Classics. In that capacity, he served as Executive Producer on a number of artists' projects including: Homecoming by virutuoso guitar player Ken Bonfield, which reached #5 on the New Age charts; Grand Design, the critically acclaimed CD by the now legendary,Cosy Sheridan; Sketches the former #1 New Age CD by Emmy award-winning composer Kurt Bestor; Circle of Friends by critically acclaimed singer-songwriter, John McVey, which garnered substantial airplay in numerous markets and reached #10 on the Gavin Report Charts; as well as Americana Music chart-topper Rhythm of the Land by road warrior and song poet Shane Jackman.

Chris has also directed various music and concert videos including the music video "Fine Wine" by recently signed, Capitol Records recording artists, Royal Bliss, as well as the 2005 Concert Video and Concert Documentary Short for world renowned harpist, Alice Giles, and the PBS production of "A Kurt Bestor Christmas."