Brooks Arthur is one of the most respected music producers in the recording and film industries today. From his early days engineering number one hits ("My Boyfriend's Back," "Hang On Sloopy," "Chapel of Love," "Leader of the Pack," and the ground-breaking American debut album of Van Morrison, Blowin' Your Mind, that included the rock classic "Brown-Eyed Girl") (60s), to producing GRAMMY Award-winning work with Janis Ian ("At Seventeen") (70s), being Music Supervisor for the Oscar®-nominated "Glory of Love" from The Karate Kid II (80s), producing the GRAMMY-nominated multi- platinum "The Chanukah Song" (Adam Sandler) (90s), to co-writing and co-producing the animated holiday movie musical, Adam Sandler's Eight Crazy Nights (00s), Brooks Arthur continues to be a vital and influential force in the entertainment industry.
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