Pure in tone, rich in texture and diverse in range, Laundon’s voice is amply showcased in the jazz, pop, R&B and soul tracks of his new CD. Laundon’s professional career began as a lyricist for the Perfection Light Production Company where he also worked in A&R, songwriting, and production, and as a session vocalist for Narada Michael Walden. It was this pivotal opportunity that gave him increased industry exposure and the privilege of working on more than a few hit albums. As part of a very successful music production company, that included Preston Glass, Randy Jackson and Walter Afanasieff, Laundon fully realized his passion for recording and music production. During that time a new affiliation with the commercial jingle company Keller and Cohen led to work on national commercial campaigns such as Burger King, Taco Bell, and 7-Eleven. Laundon has also written and produced music for prime-time television shows including, "The Education Of Max Bickford," "Bull," "Acapulco Heat," and "Mr.
Holland’s Opus." In 2006, Laundon co-founded Rubbahead Music, LLC a production and publishing company. Laundon's musical career ended with his untimely death on March 22, 2010. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..