As President of Motion Picture Music, record producer and Grammy Award winner Randy Spendlove oversees all aspects of music for Paramount Pictures, where he has worked with such artists as Beyonce, Linkin Park, Green Day, and U2.
In 1990 Randy started at A&M Records as VP of Promotions where he worked with Janet Jackson, Sheryl Crow, Soundgarden, and Bryan Adams. In 1998, he became President of Motion Picture Music at Miramax Films where he worked on Chicago, Shakespeare in Love, Cold Mountain and Finding Neverland.
Randy Spendlove won a 2004 Grammy for Best Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture for Chicago. He co-supervised the music and co-produced the soundtrack album forDreamgirls, which was nominated for three Best Song Academy Awards. Randy Spendlove also serves on the board of the Society of Young Composers, and mentors young composers and musicians at UCLA and USC and is a member of the Board of Governors for the Recording Academy (Grammys). In 2011, Randy was honored by the T.J. Martell Foundation and was the recipient of the T.J. Martell Foundation’s “Humanitarian Award”. Additionally, in 2007, Randy received the “Joseph Papp Racial Harmony Award” from the Foundation for Ethic Understanding.