After studying music at college Tim Bright moved to NYC and began performing with many bands and songwriters in the early 90’s. A stint (6 years) with Lisa Loeb and 9 Stories led to a Grammy Nomination and two double platinum records. The bands #1 single “Stay”, was actually a demo cut in one afternoon at their friends Juan apartment. Tim soon was writing and producing bands and songwriters in NYC for major labels, indies and publishers. He founded Samsara (WB) and joined Lazlo Bane (Almo) and started a fine collection of vintage recording gear and instruments.

Soon after, Tim branched out into TV (the Lazlo song “Superman” became the theme song to NBC’s Scrubs) and Film composition contributing to Fahrenheit 911 and many commercials such as Target, Heineken and GM.

Currently, Tim is composing music to “Private Practice” on WABC Wednesday nights.