Robbie Hancock is a singer/songwriter, composer, music supervisor and music producer with 1500+ placements in film, television, documentary and commercials. Some of his recent songs and composer credits include music placed on NBC, CBS, ABC, BBC One, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Crave, HBO, A&E, AMC, CNN, Discovery ID, The History Channel, National Geographic Channel, Teletoon, The Weather Channel, TLN, MTV, Bravo, BTN, HGTV, Comedy Central, City TV, The DIY Network and Animal Planet.
He also has had music placed in a national Canadian ad for BMO and the Calgary Stampede. Most recently he composed the original score and was the music supervisor for a short film called "Good Grief" which has been released and has already won 12 film festival awards including "Best Short Narrative Film" at the LA Sunfest and LA Indies film festivals.
As a performer for over 20 years, Robbie has played at Disney World, Busch Gardens, Canadian Music Week, North by North East, The Ottawa Tulip Festival, The Hamilton Music Awards, and The Halifax Pop Explosion. He has toured Canada several times and recently performed in Nashville and Los Angeles at live music venues and conferences. He also regularly participates in the Artist on Board program for VIA Rail Canada, performing on the trains for passengers from all over the world each year from coast to coast.
Robbie also was a panelist and mentor recently on publishing and licensing at the Rifflandia Gathering Music Festival and Conference in Victoria BC on publishing and licensing and also recently ran a national clinic for the Songwriter Association Canada on Sync Licensing. He also runs clinics online on licensing songs and instrumentals to film and television. He also offers consulting to give back to those that want to get their music into sync opportunities as well as recording services to songwriters and solo artists that would like help with production of their songs for sync focus at broadcast quality. As a producer Robbie’s clients have songs that have made the semi-finals in the International Songwriting Competition, The Canadian Songwriting Competition and a 1st and 3rd place win at the Women’s Freedom Song Contest. Their songs have also been placed recently in high bar music libraries in California.
Robbie has also recently created a free community for songwriters and composers called Sync or Swim to give back and pay forward what he has learned through weekend networking events and education with the help of other industry pros through kindness and empathy.
Robbie runs fundraiser events for homeless teens and has brought awareness and raised funds together with the help of local musicians and communities every year since 2008 and has now with the help of local and artists and communities, raised over $20,000 to help end youth homelessness.
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