Lonnie Park

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Lonnie Park

Lonnie Park is a musician, composer, producer, and author.

Music career[edit]

Park is a vocalist, keyboardist, songwriter, engineer, producer, and plays a wide variety of instruments. Along with his solo career, and various collaborations, Lonnie is the lead singer of the band Ten Man Push. In addition to being front man for the band Ten Man Push,'The Official Band of American Motocross'.[1] Lonnie's work received a 2013 Grammy Nomination for "Best Pop Instrumental Album of the Year".[citation needed] On this album, Arun Shenoy's"Rumbadoodle",[2] Lonnie was a composer and played piano and keyboards. Lonnie collaborates regularly with Grammy Winning producer and activist Ricky Kej producing and performing. This includes regular performances at United Nations summits and other world stages, anthems for UNICEF, Lions Clubs International. Lonnie has also produced commissioned music for causes such as Autism Works, Autism Movement, Puzzle Solvers. He works across all genre from progressive and symphonic metal to country, hip-hop, world, folk, pop, and gospel.

Business career[edit]

In 1992, Lonnie and business partner opened "The Ultimate Music Center" in Cortland NY.[3] This business was a large retail music store, professional recording studio, and pro-audio business. He composed a book for his customer base titled "Church Sound Systems"[4] which was published by Hal Leonard Publishing.[5] The retail business was closed after the passing of his business partner in 2010. Lonnie then formed the company "Ultimate Sound LLC", which continues to design and install industrial sound systems. After 2010, his recording studio and music production business were his primary focus.


Ricky Kej "Shanti Samsara" 2016 - Producer, composer, vocalist, instrumentalist <http://www.allmusic.com/album/shanti-samsara-mw0002981560>

Action Moves People United with Dan Akroyd, Julian Lennon, etc. (Billboard #8, 2016)- Producer, composer, vocalist, instrumentalist <http://www.actionmovespeopleunited.org>

Lonnie Park "Almost Showtime" (2015)- Artist

Sridhar & Arun Shenoy - "Make Up Your Mind feat. Lonnie Park" (2015) <https://narked.com/artists/sridharandarunshenoy/> Arun Shenoy "Rumbadoodle"2013 Grammy Best Pop Instrumental Album Nominee – Piano, composer

Wrathchild America "3D", Atlantic Records- Keyboards

John West "Mind Journey", Shrapnel Records- Songwriter

John West "Permanent Mark", Shrapnel Records- Songwriting, Keyboards, Backing Vocals

John West "Earth Maker", Frontiers Records & Yamaha Records- Songwriter, co-Producer, Mix & Mastering Engineer, Backing Vocals, Keyboards

John West "Long Time No sing" Frontiers Records – Songwriter, co-Producer, Mix & Mastering Engineer, Backing Vocals, Keyboards, Guitars, Bass

Artension "Machine", Shrapnel Records- Backing Vocals and Vocal Arrangements, Engineering

Artension "Sacred Pathways", Frontiers Records – Co-Production, Backing Vocals and Vocal Arrangements, Tracking, Mixing, and Mastering Engineering

Artension "Future World"- Backing Vocals and Vocal Arrangements, Engineering

Artension "New Discovery"- Backing Vocals and Vocal Arrangements, Engineering

Feinstein "Third Wish", SPV Records – Vocal Production and Engineering

Feinstein "One Night in the Jungle", Hollywood Island Music- Keyboards, Engineering, co-Production

Cozy Powell "Especially For You", Polydor Records -Songwriting, Keyboards, Backing Vocals

Slave to the Power "The Iron Maiden Tribute" Revolver USA/Meteor City -Recording Engineering and Mixing, All Backing Vocals for "Run to the Hills"

James Murphy "Feeding The Machine", Shrapnel Records -Backing Vocals & Engineering on "The Visitors"

Royal Hunt "Eye Witness"- Recording Engineer/Bonus Track

Chris Caffery "House of Insanity", 2008 Label TBA – Recording engineering, Backing Vocal Arrangement and Backing Vocals, Keyboards

Ten Man Push "Self Titled Debut", Nozenglazzes Records- Lead Vocals, Guitars, Bass, Keyboards, Songwriting, Production, Recording, Mixing, and Mastering Engineer, Backing Vocals

Ten Man Push "Playing in the Dirt", Nozenglazzes Records ( Same credits as debut)

Steve Corey " Your Stinking Love" Full production including most instrumentation as well as mix and master.

Notable Appearances on Independent Releases: Randy McStine "Second Shot" Randy McStine "Shredding Skin" Colleen Kattau "Inhabited Woman" Colleen Kattau "About Time" Tink Bennett & Tailor Made "We’re Here Tink Bennett & Tailor Made "It Never Ends" Andrew James "Wildly Alive With Music" Greg Soshinky "Waves Of Time" Travis Rocco "Gone" Many Moons "Many Moons" Destiny "Side By Side" Our Planet Band

Film/TV Works:The American Way TV (Theme and score), Up And Out with Connie Pfeif (Theme), The Sweet Life with Chris Xaver National Cooking show (Theme, score, and post audio)"Waiting On Alphie" White Lightning Productions / Diesel Movie Werks (Soundtrack, Sound Mixer) "Dream House" Chinimble Lore/ Kevin Hicks (Soundtrack, Sound Mixer) Nitro Circus "Thrillbillys" Travis Pastrana (Soundtrack) Versus Network "Racer TV" (Theme Song, 2010–present) "Cayuga Lake Wine Country" Elk Productions (Host and Narrator) "High School Challenge" TC3 Television Production (Theme Song)

Technology Products: "Gorgeous Piano I, Lonnie Park Signature Series" Loop Library, Hark Productions "Gorgeous Piano II, Lonnie Park Signature Series" Loop Library, Hark Productions "Trak Paks" VASST/Hark "Rap Beats" Hark "Studio Tools" Loop Library, Hark Productions

Live Audio: Ricky Kej and United Nations NYC FOH Mix Little Feat Hillary Clinton Dalai Lama (1990) Twila Paris Phil Keaggy Chuck Gerrard Dennis Agajanian YWAM USA Tour

Commercial/Industrial Audio Contributions: Clients Toyota, GE, PepsiCo, Corporate Video Works, Tompkins Library DVD, First National Bank of Dryden, Bruce's Soft Touch, ES&L Bank, Tompkins Cortland Community College

Written Works: "Church Sound Systems" by Lonnie Park, Hal Leonard Publishing – See more at: http://lonniepark.com


  1. ^ "Ten Man Push".
  2. ^ "Arun Shenoy".
  3. ^ "Cortland.org".
  4. ^ amazon. 2001. ISBN 978-0634017827.
  5. ^ "Hal Leonard Online".

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