Based in Los Angeles, R.A.M.P. is a group of music industry veterans, seasoned composers, producers and musicians.  R.A.M.P. have written songs and performed for the world’s top recording artists and composed music for International Television, Film and Trailers.  We provide exceptional, original, world class music for Themes, Score, Production Library, Promos and Songs for Television, Film and Trailers.

R.A.M.P.’s Gerald O’Brien and Chris O’Brien provided additional score to “Memories Of Christmas”,

airing on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channel.


R.A.M.P.’s Jonathan Clark’s soulful cover of “Have You Ever Seen The Rain” by Creedance Clearwater Revival” on NCIS • CBS, Oct 23, 2018”

R.A.M.P.'s song "What I Live For" aired on the Travel Channel hit show "Expedition Unknown" Episode 'Great Women Of Ancient Egypt'.


Network Televison

Theme Song

Skating With The Stars • ABC

The Steve Harvey Show • NBC

Featured SonG


Expedition Unknown • Travel Channel

The View • ABC

So You Think You Can Dance • FOX


Extreme Makeover: Home Edition • ABC

Minute To Win It • NBC

Skating With The Stars • ABC

The Steve Harvey Show • NBC

COBRA (Stephen J. Cannell Productions) • CBS

Hard Copy • CBS

Additional Music

Dancing With The Stars, Oprah, Wipe Out • ABC

Survivor, Entertainment Tonight, The Insider, The Rachel Ray Show, Dr. Phil, The Doctors, Big Brother, Inside Edition •  CBS

The Late Show wIth David Letterman, The Late Late Show with James Corden •  CBS

Dr. Oz, Hell’s Kitchen, TMZ • FOX

Ellen, Betty White Off Their Rockers, Hit Me Baby One More Time • NBC

Cable Television

Theme Song

Tribute to Samuel L. Jackson • AMC

Phantom 2040, The Legend of Prince Valiant • Hearst Animation

My Momma Throws Down • BET

Dance Moms • Lifetime

Tabatha’s Salon Takeover • Bravo

Oprah Season 25 • OWN

Oprah Radio • Sirius/XM

Diamond Divers, Doing Da Vinci, Unchained Reaction • Discovery

Chicagolicious • Style Network

Sarah Palin’s Alaska • TLC

My Fair Wedding w/ David Tutera • WE Network

Featured Song

Hollywood Heights • Nickelodeon

Shameless • Showtime


American Stuffers, Killer Outbreaks • Animal Planet

Dance Moms, Dance Moms Miami, One Born Every Minute • Lifetime

My Momma Throws Down • BET

Shear Genius, Tabatha’s Salon Takeover, Tabatha Takes Over • Bravo

American Colony: Meet The Hutterites • NatGeo

Ryan and Tatum: The O’Neal’s • OWN

Pretty Wicked • Oxygen

Deception With Keith Barry, Unchained Reaction • Discovery

Chicagolicious, Jerseylicious • Style Network

Outrageous Kid Parties, Sarah Palin’s Alaska • TLC

Phantom 2040, The Legend of Prince Valiant • Hearst Animation

Celebrity Fit Club • VH1

Additional Music

Anthony Bourdain - Parts Unknown • CNN

Pretty Little Liars • ABC Family

Californication • Showtime

Bling It On, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, Little Shop of Gypsies, Neat Freaks, Say Yes To The Dress: Atlanta, Toddlers & Tiaras • TLC

Comedy Bang Bang • IFC

Friday Night Lights • DirecTV

Diamond Divers, Doing Da Vinci, Fighting Tuna (Reel Men Reversion), Texas Car Wars, Finding Amelia Earhart: Mystery Solved? • Discovery

Hangar 18: The UFO Warehouse • History

The Aviators • PBS

Basketball Wives, Mob Wives • VH1

Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, Cupcake Wars • Food Network

Secrets of Bin Laden’s Lair • Discovery

Rock Dinner • MTV

My Fair Wedding w/ David Tutera • WE Network

Bad Girls Club: Mexico • Oxygen

Too Cute • Animal Planet

Jersey Brides, Southern Belles: Louisville • Style Network

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days • Cartoon Network

Hidden Palms • The CW

International Television

Jurassic Fight Club • Discovery UK

Entertainment Tonight Canada • Global TV Canada

The Tournament, The Hippo Tub Co. • CBC Canada

The Calgary Stampede • Various

Sports Television

NFL Super Bowl, World Series, ABC Wide World of Sports, Winter & Summer Olympics, PGA Golf Tournaments

Motion Pictures

Tropic Thunder • Dreamworks

Blind Side • Warner Bros. Pictures

Never Talk To Strangers • Tristar

Woman Of Spring Break • CBS

Who’s Your Monkey • Screen Media Films

Neowolf • Lionsgate


Coca Cola, Coors Light, Glade Shell, Coors, Fruit of the Loom, Kingsford Charcoal


Michael Jackson, Dwight Yoakam, Laura Branigan, Peter Cetera, Glenn Frey, Lionel Richie, Christopher Cross, Amy Grant, Joe Walsh, Black Sabbath, Michael McDonald, Don Henley, Rush


Kelsea Ballerini • XO

Hall & Oates • Don’t Hold Back Your Love

Amanda Marshall • Birmingham

Trace Adkins • High

Martina McBride • Lies

Ashley Clark • To The Moon, Ass On The Floor (Co-written w/Mutt Lange)

Eden’s Edge • Amen

Gloriana • Fight

Rick Springfield • Her Body Makes Vows

The Guess Who • Love Is All That Matters

Loverboy • That’s Where My Money Goes

Saga • You're Never Alone

Emerson Drive • My Life

Lalaine • You Wish

Music Production

Sons Of Sylvia • Revelation (Interscope/19 Recordings)

Kiera Lee • What Do I Believe (Hay Baby Records)

Exchange • In A Changing World (Paras Recordings)

Deborah Harry • Nightwatch’ (TV Song) (Hearst Entertainment)

Exchange • Beyond Words (Mesa Bluemoon)

Exchange • Exchange (Mesa Bluemoon)

The Nylons • Live To Love (Scotti Bros. Records)

Manhattan Transfer • Offbeat Of Avenues (Sony Music)

Bob Halligan Jr. • Window On The Wall (Atco)

Exchange • Legend Of Prince Valiant (Mesa Bluemoon)

Exchange • Between Places (Mesa Bluemoon)

Roger Whittaker • Without Cause (Tembo/BMG)

Marylou Zahalan • Zahalan (Justin/MCA)

Louisa Florio • Instant Reaction (Tembo/BMG)

Exchange • Into The Night (Mesa Bluemoon)

Pierre Bertrand • Esperance (Polygram)

Francine Raymond • Francine Raymond (CBS)

The Lift • It Is What It Is (Little Red Records)

Hypothalamus: Harmonius Thumps In The Matrix * Various Artists (Attic/BMG)

Jonathan Clark

Singer/Songwriter/Composer/Producer and Multi-instrumentalist Jonathan Clark has been a musician since childhood. He has toured and performed with Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh, Don Henley, Dwight Yoakam, Christopher Cross, Peter Cetera, Michael McDonald, Todd Rundgren, Lou Graham, Bo Bice, Denny Lane, Don Felder, Laura Brannigan and Carlene Carter.

Jonathan also found his way on to the L.A. area vocal session scene and has been on spots for Coca Cola, Coors, Coors Light, Fruit of the Loom and Kingsford Charcoal as well as singing on Dwight Yoakam’s records since 2000.



Gerald O'Brien

Canadian-born, award-winning Songwriter/Composer/Producer Gerald O’Brien has successfully spent his career, spanning the past three decades, writing across all genres of music, including an extensive background in television. The versatile O’Brien has written for the hit TV series’ Dr. Phil, Entertainment Tonight, The Insider, Rachel Ray, The Doctors (via Diamond Mine Productions) and many other notable events including: The Tour De France, Calgary Stampede, The 1998 Winter Olympics, The Super Bowl, The World Series, ABC’s Wide World of Sports, The PGA Tour, as well as numerous animated TV series.

During his illustrious career as a songwriter, Gerald penned songs for Hall & Oates, Manhattan Transfer, Amanda Marshall, Deborah Harry, Loverboy, The Guess Who, Glass Tiger, Michelle Wright, Martina McBride, Trace Adkins, Ronnie Milsap, and many others. In 2010, he co-wrote five songs on the new Sons of Sylvia CD, entitled “Revelation,” on 19Recordings/Interscope. Three of those five songs were also co-produced by O’Brien in his Nashville studio. In 2011, he co-wrote the Debut single for new Country band ‘Edens Edge’ on Big Machine Records, called AMEN, which reached #18 on BillBoard and was on the charts for 11 months. In June 2012, he co-wrote and co-produced ‘What A Song Can Do’ for Rachel Crow’s (XFactor Finalist) Debut EP. Most recently, he has had string of new cuts, including, RUST & RED by Tim Montana (co-written with ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons), FIGHT by Gloriana (Warner Bros), XO by new artist Kelsea Ballerini (Black River Music), DRUNK, by Courtney Cole and two songs on the new Ashley Clark CD, produced by Mutt Lange (Capitol Records), including, "To The Moon" and "Ass On The Floor".

O’Brien has also received awards for Song of Year by CMPA, SOCAN’s Classic Song Award, while being nominated for two Juno awards (Canada’s version of the Grammy’s). Gerald comprises one half of the accomplished instrumental duo “Exchange” (along with Steve Sexton), which has achieved commercial success through the release of their seven albums together dating back to 1989.



Jay Lazaroff

Though his most recognizable credits may be in the reality television genre, Lazaroff maintains a presence not only in small-screen composition but also in writing for a number of pop and rock albums.

“I fell into TV/film when I was writing songs for one of the stars of Lizzie McGuire,” he explains. “Erik Isaacs and I ended up writing a song for a Disney Channel movie called "You Wish!", which became a Disney hit and the doors just opened for TV work from there. It was the path that opened up for me, so I went down it.”

Lazaroff has composed music for over 100 TV shows, so it’s hard for him to choose a favorite. He says that he’s most excited when he’s asked to write songs for a project, and he’s particularly enthused by a new record he’s working on with musician Franky Perez.

He and Issacs have garnered several awards and achievements along the way, including having songs featured on #1 and #2 Billboard “Top Soundtracks” albums and a #2 “Top Kids” album.

“When I was in need of work, I sent out a hundred emails looking for a gig,” he recalls. “Out of those hundred emails I got one reply. That turned into tons of music for Oprah. All you need is one ‘yes’ in this business and everything can change.”



Chris O'Brien

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For over twenty years, Composer/Drummer/Producer Chris O'Brien has been composing music for some of television’s most enduring shows. His music receives repeated airplay on CBS, NBC, E! Channel, CW, Discovery, History and MTV as well as international television, film and radio.

As a drummer, Chris has supplied the groove behind violinist/vocalist SHENKAR (Peter Gabriel, Frank Zappa, Phil Collins), AL SLAVIK (Adrian Belew, Alphaville), THE SMART SET (featuring members of The English Beat and Goo Goo Dolls), THE LIFT, Robynn Ragland, Alfie Zappacosta and Tina Arena. In 2008, Chris was the drummer in the house band for The Learning Channel’s show “The Singing Office” hosted by JOEY FATONE (NSync) and MEL B (The Spice Girls).

Earlier in his career, Chris was a sought after MIDI/Digital Audio programmer and tour/studio tech having lent his expertise to artists such as MICHAEL JACKSON, LIONEL RITCHIE, AMY GRANT, BARRY MANILOW, Greg Phillinganes, Steve Ferrone, and David Foster. Through his many years in programming and sound design with Soundware company, ILIO, Chris’ capping achievement was the award winning 'Stark Raving Beats' drum loop library.

In 1988 Chris was awarded “Most Promising Producer” from legendary producer JACK RICHARDSON at Canada’s acclaimed Music Industry Arts program at Fanshawe, London, Ontario.

R.A.M.P. News

R.A.M.P. has signed a new deal with Jukin Media, (global leader in user-generated entertainment) to create original custom music for all media.

    R.A.M.P. at JUKIN MEDIA HQ. From L-R: Gerald O'Brien, Chris O'Brien, Jonathan Clark, Jay Lazaroff.

    R.A.M.P. at JUKIN MEDIA HQ. From L-R: Gerald O'Brien, Chris O'Brien, Jonathan Clark, Jay Lazaroff.

R.A.M.P.'s song "What I Live For" featured on the Travel Channel hit show "Expedition Unknown" Episode 'Great Women Of Ancient Egypt'.

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R.A.M.P.'s Gerald O'Brien has received a new TV placement with his song" Where Fear Runs Through" on the new FOX show "APB".

R.A.M.P.'s Gerald O'Brien has received a new TV placement with his song" Where Fear Runs Through" on the new FOX show "APB".

R.A.M.P.'s Gerald O'Brien has had a recent placement with the song "Alright" on the CW network series "REIGN"

R.A.M.P.'s Gerald O'Brien has had a recent placement with the song "Alright" on the CW network series "REIGN"

R.A.M.P.'s Jay Lazaroff receives SESAC's Local Television Performance Award for "The Steve Harvey Show".

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R.A.M.P.'s Jay Lazaroff receives SESAC's Local Television Performance Award for "The Steve Harvey Show".