Scott Icenogle’s professional music career began back in 2005 as one of the hottest up & coming remixers working in the music industry. He soared to the top of the Billboard Dance Charts with back-to-back hits for Christina Aguilera (“Ain’t No Other Man” for Sony Music), Mary J. Blige (“Just Fine” for Geffen Records), Madonna & Justin Timberlake (“4 Minutes” for Warner Bros. Records), The Black Eyed Peas (“My Humps” for Interscope Records), Katy Perry (“I Kissed A Girl” & “California Girls” for Capitol Records), and Britney Spears (“Radar” for Jive Records).
Scott Icenogle has gone on to writing & producing original songs and remixes for over 150 different projects and artists, including: Beyoncé, Passion Pit, Empire of the Sun, Tears For Fears, Leona Lewis, Kristin Chenoweth, Megan Hilty, Leann Rimes and Celine Dion, which have garnered him over thirty-five (35) #1 Billboard Magazine hits on the charts.
Scott Icenogle’s film & television work includes producing an official dance remix for the “James Bond Theme” for the blockbuster film, “Casino Royale” (for Sony Classical) back in 2006; composing the main title theme for the NBC television show, “Sean Saves The World” (NBC/Universal/Hazy Mills Productions) for the 2013/14 season; and providing music consultation for the pilot episodes for hit television shows “Grimm” (NBC/Universal/Hazy Mills Productions), “Hot In Cleveland” (TV-Land/Hazy Mills Productions) and “Hollywood Game Night” (NBC/Universal/Hazy Mills Productions).
Scott Icenogle's music partner, Lior Rosner, has had an extensive career as well. Lior’s professional music career began as a staff composer with Fox Family Network, where he provided scores for over 200 episodes of hit children TV shows and movies. He then went on to become a freelance composer scoring for Disney/ABC. Lior delved further into television and is credited with the theme and interstitial music for hit television program, "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" (Warner Bros. Television); has composed music for the Grammy Awards; and has scored three Television movies: "Freefall" (ABC Family Channel), "Rocket's Red Glare" (ABC Family Channel) and "Deep Rescue" (on Showtime.) With Lior looking for diverse opportunities, he found and enthusiastically scored the original music for Sony's video game, "Syphon Filter Dark Mirror", and then parlayed all of this into composing for film trailers including, ”Harry Potter and The Deathly Hollows”, ”The Zoo Keeper”, ”Yogi Bear”, ”Jack And Jill”, “Games Of Thrones”, ”Speed Racer”, ”Walk the Line”, ”Dreamer", "Atonement” and ”Toy Story 3”.
Lior Rosner’s recent credits include musical arrangements & orchestrations for the films "X-Men: Days of Future Past", “Jack The Giant Slayer”, “Cellular”, “Hide & Seek”, “Superman Returns”, “Fastastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer” as well as the credits theme song for “Valkyrie”. Lior also recently added his musical expertise to one of the hottest video games on the market today, “Assassin’s Creed 3”.
Recently, Scott Icenogle & Lior Rosner were hired to compose the music for the "Star Trek Legacy Trailer", which celebrated the history of "Star Trek" on television over the last 50+ years and which aired during "The Critics Choice Super Awards" on the CW in 2021. They are also the composers for the animated, action comedy "Q-Force" (Netflix) coming in June 2021. Scott & Lior were also hired as composers and music directors for "The 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards" (TBS/TNT) and provided a wonderful, understated score for the hit independent film, "Lazy Susan" (SHOUT! Factory), starring Sean Hayes, Allison Janney, Margo Martindale, Jim Rash, Carrie Aizley & Matthew Broderick. They were given the honor of overhauling the Main Theme as well as take over composing all of the in-show music for the unprecedented return of the iconic television series, "Will & Grace" (NBC/Universal) in 2017. In addition, this dynamic duo was also hired to compose the Main Title Theme as well as all of the in-show music for the CNN Original Series: "The History of Comedy", For a look at the recording of the Main Title Theme for "The History of Comedy", click on the "Behind-The-Scenes" tab at the top of the page.