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Rony moved to LA from his native Belgium where he is quite well known. He first made his mark as a studio keyboard player and synthesizer programmer through the 80's. He continued to have Europe-wide success as a songwriter, artist, recording engineer and ultimately record producer.

He has played on literally thousands of record tracks and participated in one way or another in several hit records either by playing, producing, writing and/or even singing. His hit "Drop the Deal" literally started a new dance music trend in the '80's: New Beat.

He started his career playing keyboards with Belgium's answer to the Beatles: The Pebbles. He has produced tracks with jazz legend Toots Thielemans, and toured with French superstar Gilbert Montagné.

After working on "Poperetta" with Greg Penny (Elton John, k.d. Lang, Cher), he co-produced guitar genius Zakk Wylde with the legendary Lee DeCarlo (John Lennon, Aerosmith, Bill Conte, Willie Nelson).

Rony has made the natural leap to composing. Scoring has been particularly rewarding for him since it utilizes all his skills as a composer, musician, producer and engineer. It all started with "Horrible Histories", a cartoon series for Mike Young Productions. He then scored "Fame for 15" which ran for 2 years on TNN, from 2000 to 2002. He scored documentaries for NBC, CBS, VHI and TV Land and has kept a hand in songwriting, co-writing the theme songs for the CBS pilot " America's Strangest Families," (2003) and VH1's "Celebrity Matchmakers," (2004). Rony wrote the theme for VH1's "Buried Alive" (2004) and scored a 5 hour series for TV Land called "100 Most Memorable TV Moments" (2004/2005).

Rony Brack is currently working for Telepictures/Warner Bros. writing cues for such shows as The Bachelor, The Tyra Banks Show, Judge Mathis, TMZ and Extra.














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