Paul Bevan


Music Production


I have produced 5 CD’s for NYC-based singer/songwriter/violinist, Deni Bonet, and an Edith Piaf tribute album for Broadway singer, Gay Marshall, which entered the Billboard World Music chart at #12.


Currently working on a new album of original, violin-based instrumentals with Deni Bonet, in collaboration with producer/engineer/mixer, Robert L. Smith (Lady Gaga, Glee, Aerosmith, David Bowie) and featuring a virtual Who's-Who of great session musicians including Liberty DeVitto (Billy Joel), Shawn Pelton (Saturday Night Live), Will Lee (David Letterman), Graham Maby (Joe Jackson), Matt Beck (Matchbox Twenty, Rob Thomas), Steve Holley (Paul McCartney) and Steve Gaboury (Cyndi Lauper)


In July 2015, during a run of 7 sold-out shows at Lincoln Center with the Danny Elfman's Music from the Films of Tim Burton project, two of the shows were filmed for an episode of the PBS television show, Live From Lincoln Center.  In post-production, I supervised the audio mixes in collaboration with Emmy-winning engineer, Ken Hahn of Sync Sound, for which we won one of the audio world's most prestigious awards: The Cinema Audio Society's 2016 award for Excellence  in Sound Mixing in the category, TELEVISION NON-FICTION, VARIETY or MUSIC SERIES or SPECIALS.


For several corporate clients, I supervise audio production of videos for live events







Phat, Stoopid, Totally Def

Bigger Is Always Better

Acoustic, OK?

Last Girl On Earth

Deni Bonet


is a New York City based singer/songwriter/electric violinist. Deni was a founding cast member of the National Public Radio show, Mountain Stage - performing in her own right on every show, and accompanying guests like Allen Toussaint, Richard Thompson and the Indigo Girls.


Deni left the show after 10 years to pursue her own music, which has been described in the press as like “Sheryl Crow meets the B52’s” and like “Debbie Harry fronting the Dave Matthews Band”.


She is also an in demand session player & touring musician and has recorded or performed with REM, Sarah McLachlan, Cyndi Lauper, Robyn Hitchcock, Daniel Lanois and Scissor Sisters, among many others. Deni's remote Internet recording business allows her to play on recordings by artists all over the world and in 2014, she played on over 60 recordings. 

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Word Up - Deni Bonet
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Don't Make Promises - Deni Bonet
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Last Girl On Earth - Deni Bonet
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Gay Marshall


was born in Cleveland, lives in Paris and New York, and has had an illustrious acting career, appearing on Broadway as Diana Morales in ‘A Chorus Line’, as Grizabella in the original French production of ‘Cats’ and sang lead in Capital Rep’s production of ‘Jacques Brel is Alive and Well’, recording the critically-acclaimed cast album in 2006.


Her album of Edith Piaf songs, which feature some original English lyrics by Gay, has received rave reviews and led to the development of the live show ‘Edith Piaf - La Vie, L’Amour’. In January 2010, the album entered the Billboard World Music charts at number 12.

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Padam - Gay Marshall
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Les Amants d'un Jour - Gay Marshall
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Enfin Le Printemps - Gay Marshall
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Batman - a short clip from the TV show

Danny Elfman


is an American composer, singer, songwriter, and record producer. From 1976 to 1995 he was the lead singer and songwriter for the rock band Oingo Boingo.


Following the dissolution of the band, he became one of Hollywood's most distinctive film composers. He  is known for his dark, idiosyncratic scores, particularly those he has written for director Tim Burton's films. He is also widely recognized for his theme song for The Simpsons.


His live project, Danny Elfman's Music from the Films of Tim Burton,  features suites of music from 15 of his scores, including Batman, Edward Scissorhands, Beetlejuice and The Nightmare Before Christmas


Two shows from a sold-out run at Avery Fisher Hall in New York were filmed for the PBS series, Live From Lincoln Center and during post-production, I was asked to supervise the audio mixes with Emmy-winning engineer/mixer, Ken Hahn of Sync Sound