We recently partnered with Hibard Group Los Angeles to record all of the original music to be used in the soon-to-be-released Honor Project Documentary, a film about Dads, from baby boomers to millennials.
Over the summer, we received submissions from songwriters throughout the country. We asked them to consider themes common to family and fatherhood.
After reviewing each submission with Honor Project Documentary’s Music Supervisor Henry Alonzo, Music Producer Ryland Talamo, and Director/Producer Emily Hibard, we’ve narrowed our selections to a handful of songwriters.
Adam Z Nelson is one of those songwriters.
Hailing from Oak Harbor, Washington, Adam Z Nelson is a young singer/songwriter who caught the attention of the film’s producers.
The filmmakers finished filming just last month and, now, are ready to move forward and record the official soundtrack. That’s where we come in.
This week, Adam Z Nelson will be arriving in Los Angeles to spend some time in the studio with us, recording his original tunes. The documentary will be released on Father’s Day 2019, but if you want to catch a glimpse of what he’s up to between then and now, follow him on Instagram.