Film composer Ryan Shore has signed with Al Gomes and A. Michelle of Big Noise for the firm to oversee part of the publicity and promotion for Shore’s Grammy-nominated recording for Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media for the film ‘The Shrine.’
Al Gomes and A. Michelle first met Shore in 2004 at a film festival in RI, where they awarded him one of his first industry accolades for Best Score for the animated short film, ‘Rex Steele.’
In 1990, Al Gomes and A. Michelle founded Big Noise in Providence, RI, which also handles artist development, music production, and independent A&R. They have assisted with the release of 300+ recordings of diverse musical genres by superstar and independent recording artists.
They have managed many of the projects from concept to completion including assisting the artist with setting a budget for each project, choice of the artist’s material and producer, hands-on A&R direction in the studio, art direction of recording package, and the publicity, marketing and distribution of the release.
Big Noise also assists with the branding of an artist, image, their business strategy and decisions, and the overall direction of their career.
Al Gomes and A. Michelle have worked with Christina Aguilera, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Beach Boys, Jim Brickman, Katharine McPhee, Bela Fleck, Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Little Anthony and the Imperials, Jay Geils, Kittie, Paul Doucette (Matchbox 20), Glenn Tilbrook (Squeeze), Grammy nominee Freddy Cole, Melba Moore, multi-platinum producer Shelly Yakus, actor/directors Andrew McCarthy, Tiffani Thiessen, Stephen Collins, and William Shatner, and many others.
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