Chris Cash is a composer, arranger & musician based out of Chicago. After having graduated DePaul University's music school, Chris started building his own recording studio, and quickly placed some of his first Electronica efforts on MTV. He then went on to produce and co-write Chicago artist Dayna Malow's well received debut album Anywhere But Here, and that lead to other writing, producing and arranging jobs with other local artist in a variety of styles including Country, Hip-Hop, Folk, Pop, Jazz and Rock.
Along the way he has built a strong partnership with Director, Paul Kampf of Breadline Productions. In his first feature film submission, Chris was chosen to compose and record the entire score for ‘Brothers Three: American Gothic’ – Featuring Patrick Wilson, John Heard and Neal McDonough. This film also fulfilled a long time dream for Chris, as he was able to mix his music at George Lucas' Skywalker Ranch.
Although the success of this movie has created a high demand for Chris’ talent, he continues to work closely with Paul on a number of fronts. He recently finished all composition and recording for Paul’s second award winning feature, ‘From Grace’ as well as the short films ‘For What Is’, ‘Life Support’, and ‘Amnesia’ which won Best Picture at the LA Independent Film Awards, as well as composing for the Chicago film ‘In-Between Engagements’.
Chris’ compositions were also singled out for praise by the LA Times for the stage play ’11, September’ with the paper saying, “There are other assets, particularly…composer Chris Cash's interstitial music”
Upcoming projects include the film ‘Homecoming’ by Radar Pictures and the TV show M.I.L.K, both in LA. If you'd like to say hi, stop by Facebook, Twitter or Soundcloud. Just look for the bald drummer!