TAXI Dispatch is our quick turnaround service for film & TV music supervisors who are in a time crunch. Dispatch is an upgrade to the regular TAXI membership. For more info on TAXI Dispatch, call (800) 458-2111 (outside USA/Canada call 818-888-2111).

TAXI was instrumental (no pun intended!) in furnishing the music for the upcoming indie film launch "Mr. Id," starring Ami Dolenz (daughter of Micky Dolenz, drummer/lead singer for The Monkees) and Richard Cotovsky from "Stir of Echoes." The movie includes songs by members Roger Yeardley, Jr. ("Workin' & Worryin' "), Steve Glotzner ("Los Cabos Serenade"), James Kernick [PB&J] ("Stickygreenone" and "Rip") Rick Bond [75 Degrees] ("Jesus Piece), Zupe ("Bellydance"), Ted Birkey ("Portrait"), and Denny Earnest ("Slippin' Around").

ABC's long-running daytime show "All My Children" used songs from three TAXI members: Rock Wilk ("I Can't Sleep At Night"), Amy Powers, and Kregg Barentine ("City Streets").

Brad Chiet scored a placement for his song "Harley 99" in the movie "Local Boys," a family drama with Mark Harmon, Eric Christian Olsen ("The Hot Chick," "Pearl Harbor"), Giuseppe Andrews ("The Other Sister," "Pleasantville") and Allison Munn II ("White Oleander").

Wishcraft, a hot new indie film distributed by HBO and starring the inimitable Meat Loaf, features "Only When You're Gone," a song by Ted Birkey and his band Etro Anime.

Kathy Kaggarty's song "D'Une Mer Soeur" was placed in the independent film "Bug," by the writers of "crazy/beautiful and Jackie Chan's "The Tuxedo"). Starring in the film are Jamie Kennedy, John Carroll Lynch (Drew's brother on the Drew Carey show), Brian Cox (The original Hannibal Lecter in Manhunter) and Sting's wife.

"Cowboy," a song by Jessie Lee Montague (and her band Jake) was included in the CBS show "That's Life," with Debi Mazar, Ellen Burstyn and Paul Sorvino.

Appearing on F/X's critically-acclaimed drama "The Shield" (with Michael Chiklis of "Daddio" and "The Commish" fame) was one of Matt Anthony's songs, titled "Weight."

Zupe scored a placement in the Fox network's irreverent comedy series "Malcolm In The Middle," with budding film star Frankie Munoz. The song is "Redneck Highway."

"Miracles," a rising new show on ABC, included "Sometimes Paradise", one of Alan Reid's songs, on the program.

TAXI just received a call from Deepmix Productions, one of the few companies in charge of supplying great talent to CBS's hit show "Star Search." Deepmix is interested in three TAXI Dispatch artists -- Brad Yoder, Jessie Lee Montague, and Richard Banks -- to be considered as contestants for the popular series. Good luck guys!.

FX's critically acclaimed series "The Shield" featured songs by five TAXI Dispatch members: John Leber ("Crank"), Kregg Barentine ("Mueve Te"), B.Z. Lewis ("Fantastic Planet"), Norm Zarr ("Living for the Cheese"), and Dave Shaw.

DM Records, who has had releases by the likes of Prince and Jody Watley [just to name a few] and is distributed by WEA, is poised to use a song by Jess Adams for a brand new teen pop/R&B group that is currently in the studio.

Pete Surdoval had one of his songs, "Brass Velvet" used in the ABC Network TV show "MDs"..

Another independent record label, Dancing Ferret Entertainment Group, is ready to release their newest DJ Ferret Mix CD, entitled "Noir: Smooth Female Trip Hop." Included on the CD is "Open Heart," a song by Paul Avgerinos. The CD release date is April 22nd, with distribution throughout Europe and the U.S.

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"I received a giant BMI check from TV airplay that I probably wouldn't have earned without TAXI."
— Julie Ann Bailey,
TAXI Member

"I have been a member of TAXI for the last two years and have enjoyed all the perks membership has offered."
— Dwight Nichols,
TAXI Member

"The Road Rally was by far one of the most interesting, informative and entertaining events I've ever attended for business or personal reasons."
— Jeremy Ragonese,
TAXI Member

"I received 5 critiques for one song and each one was right on the money. The critiques and this membership are priceless!"
— Tammy Endlish,
TAXI Member