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are Their Bread and Butter
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Mike Farley's song "When Lights Go Down" will air twice on an episode of ABC's long-running daytime drama "All My Children"_._._.

Kool Kat Music Library released a complete CD of New Age atmospheres by Paul Avgerinos, for film & TV placement. Another full CD is on its way_._._.

"Last year I signed a publishing deal with Mediatone Music/Studio Cutz Production Music Library," says Dan Caravetta. "I have started to see some checks coming in_._._."

"TAXI is a fabulous vehicle for getting what you do out there to others. It's a no-brainer_._._."

With seven members placing their music in the indie film "Mr. Id," TAXI was in intregral part of the movie's production_._._.

Rock Wilk, Amy Powers and Kregg Barentine got music on ABC's "All My Children"_._._.

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Brad Chiet's song "Harley 99" is featured in the movie "Local Boys," a family drama with Mark Harmon_._._.

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