Beau Black's music can be heard everywhere from EMMY® Award-nominated television series to ubiquitous campaigns for some of the world's most recognizable brands. Surrounded by music since childhood, he became a permanent fixture in his father's band: Jay and the Americans, until he was a young adult. After two years at Berklee College of Music, the composer, producer, multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter relocated to Los Angeles to pursue a solo career. His 2008 independent full-length debut, Meant to Be, landed a major sync in a commercial for AT&T and opened the creative floodgates. He cemented himself as a sought-after composer with over 100 placements intentionally, ranging from campaigns for Google to trailers for Toy Story 3. Between songs from his albums Meant to Be, Perfect Day, and Black & Bleu, he landed 50-plus, film and television syncs.Attracting the attention of Disney, Beau was brought on as songwriter, for what would become the channel's highest-rated animated program "The Lion Guard". He wrote 93 songs for the series and received 2 EMMY® Award nominations for the songs "Sisi Ni Sawa" and "As You Move Forward". He personally performed and starred in the video for the theme "Here Comes the Lion Guard," which clocked 9 million-plus YouTube views, while the Official Soundtrack Album bowed at #2 on the Billboard Top Soundtrack Albums Chart. Additionally, Beau has crafted all the songs and score for the smash Mickey & "The Roadster Racers" and "The Rocketeer". Furthermore, he has penned theme songs for shows such as "Miles from Tomorrowland" and "Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero". 2020 sees him working on several future Disney projects and films, in addition to developing a musical series of his own.