Snuff Announces Fall TV Projects

Snuff is excited to be returning to his work this fall on “The West Wing” and “The Drew Carey Show,” as well as these new projects:
“Boomtown” (NBC) – Snuffy will work with co-composer Bennett Salvay on the current Peabody Award-winning crime drama.
“The Brotherhood of Poland, New Hampshire” (CBS) – a drama that celebrates small town life and follows three brothers (Randy Quaid, John Carroll Lynch and Chris Penn) as they face challenges in their families and careers in the town of Poland, N.H.
“The Lyon’s Den” (NBC) – legal drama starring and produced by Rob Lowe, who plays an idealistic attorney investigating his mentor’s death

Snuffy Nominated for Emmy

Snuffy was nominated for another Emmy recently for the 2002-2003 season, in the category of Outstanding Main Title Theme Music for “Miracles” (NBC). He was nominated along with co-composer Joseph Williams.

August, 2003

Snuffy’s Music To Appear On Two New Compilation CDs Touch: Windham Hill 25 Years Of Guitar

The track is entitled “Who Lives Up There” and was previously released on Wood And Steel(Windham Hill).

Winter Solstice: Silver Anniversary

This brand new song called “Moon Lake” was co-written and co-produced by Steve Perry (Windham Hill).

Snuffy’s Music Honored At The Hollywood Bowl

The Hollywood Bowl presented an evening of television music performed by the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra under the direction of John Mauceri on August 26. Included in the program was an eight-minute musical suite featuring Snuffy’s underscore and main title from “The West Wing.”

Snuffy Nominated For Another Emmy Award

When the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced their Emmy nominations for the 2000-2001 season on Thursday, July 12th, Snuffy picked up another nomination in the category of Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore). The nomination is specifically for his work on last season’s two-part opener of “The West Wing,” entitled “In The Shadow of Two Gunmen” (NBC). “The West Wing” received a total of 18 Emmy nominations. This is Snuff’s ninth nomination overall, including last year’s win for Outstanding Main Title Theme Music (“The West Wing”).

Snuffy Honored With Richard Kirk Award

Snuffy was honored the prestigious Richard Kirk Award from BMI on May 16. BMI is a performing rights organization that represents approximately 300,000 songwriters, composers and publishers in all genres of music. The Kirk Award is given annually for outstanding career achievement in the area of television and film music composition. Past winners have included Ennio Morricone, Jerry Goldsmith, Mike Post and John Williams.

Snuffy appears in the March 10th, 2001 issue of T.V. Guide

Snuffy LIVE!!!

Snuffy performed live for the first time in over a decade at the brand new Borders Books & Music in Westchester, Calif. Snuffy played to a packed house on the occasion of the store’s grand opening on March 9th. His band included industry veterans, Bennett Salvay (Keyboards – The Wallflowers, Brian Setzer Orchestra), George Doering (Guitar/Keyboards – American Beauty and The Green Mile soundtracks), Lenny Castro (Percussion – Bette Midler, Stevie Wonder) and Dean Parks (Guitar – Barbara Streisand, Steely Dan). The band did a 45-minute set that featured many of the songs from his new release as well as a tune called “Begging For Sex,” from the “thirtysomething” soundtrack. Snuffy capped the evening by meeting with many of the fans who attended, signing numerous copies of his new CD.

Said Snuffy after the set, “What I love the most about doing live gigs is the opportunity to interact with people in an intimate and immediate way. I had forgotten how much fun it was to play live shows, even though it was my gig for 25 years. I was a bit nervous for the first 30 seconds or so, but then it was as comfortable as putting on an old shoe. I can’t wait to do it again.”

New Snuffy Album Released March 6th, 2001

Snuffy is pleased to have released his debut solo CD entitled music by…, on Windham Hill Records. The CD contains nine original compositions as well as several of Snuffy’s best-known television themes.

Track Listing

1. Angela Smiled
2. Love Unspoken
3. Once & Again
4. Turtle Bay
5. Sketches Of Topanga
6. Eugene’s Ragtop
7. New York/Melting Pot
8. Room With A View
9. Felicity’s Theme
10. thirtysomething (Revisited)
11. Big City
12. Alone

13. West Wing Suite
14. West Wing – Main Title

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