Credits
Credits

2012 - “Tomorrow Doesn't Matter Tonight" - Playlist: The Very Best of Starshipcompilation from Sony Legacy

2012 - “Tomorrow Doesn't Matter Tonight" - The Essential Jefferson Airplane/Jefferson Starship/Starship compilation from Sony Legacy

2009 - “Letting Go” – VH1 T.V. series
"Tough Love"


2009 - “Bless a Brand New Angel” – VH1 T.V. series "Confessions of a Teen Idol"

2007  - "All The Love Your Heart Can Hold" - Top 20 finalist for American Idol Songwriter Contest. Chosen from over 25,000 song submissions. Featured currently on A.I. website 

2005 - "Keep Running" released on Broke White's debut album "songs From the Attic." Also, co-writer of "The Way Things Used to Be" and "Come to My Rescue."



2004 - 2007 - Music cues for T.V. series “Starting Over” 

2004 - “Forever Friends” - Theme song “Brothers Garcia T.V. Movie”

2003
- “If Life Was A Beach” - Baywatch Hawaiian Wedding movie

1998
- “Venus and Mars” album, released in Japan, titled
“New Moon Rising”


1996 - present - “Eyes Of Christmas” - used for theme song for T.V. cable Telethon of same name for R.P. Charity Organization (Retinitis Pigmentosa Blindness)

1995 -
Songs for the movie “Ticks”

1994
- “Grand Trine” - “Venus and Mars” (solo album Robin Randall & Diana DeWitt) Japanese Import/Indie Distribution

1993
- “High Life”
- ABC TV movie
“The Amy Fisher Story”


1992 - “Love Looked Into My Life” - recorded by Rosanna (Latin/South America)

1991
- “Where Are You Now”
- Australian # 1 Hit with rock band Roxus

1991
- “Learn To Let You Go”
- #1 Hit Hawaii

1989-1999
-
Song montages written for TV Series
“Baywatch”, including the song "Bless a Brand New Angel" (also used as a tribute to Princess Diana by David Hasselhoff) 


1989 - “The Last Time” - Hit single (double platinum) for ABBA singer Agnetha Faltskog

1986
- “Tomorrow Doesn’t Matter Tonight”
– 3rd single on Starship’s 1986 album "Kneedeep in the Hoopla. Sold over 2 million, top 20/top 10 video on MTV.

1985 -
“Dead as a Door Man,”
5 songs in the movie

1979
- “The Incredible Journey of Dr. Meg Laurel”
Starring Linsay Wagner & James Woods, “Mountain Lady” CBS TV movie theme
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