Rob May

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Rob May
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Background information
Born (1969-02-15) 15 February 1969 (age 47)
Origin London
Genres Funk, soul, rock, jazz, RnB
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter, music producer
Instruments Keyboards
Years active 1997–present
Associated acts Honeyz, 911, Alex Parks, Moya Brennan, Mis-teeq, Connie Talbot, Louise, RyanDan, Will Martin

Rob May (born 15 February 1969, in London) is a musician, songwriter and record producer.

May co-founded and toured with Beehive, who won a MOBO Best Gospel Act award in 1997 for their self-produced album, Brand New Day.[1][2]

He has played keyboards for a number of acts including Honeyz, Misteeq, 911, Louise and Lulu. Production and mix credits include Alex Parks, Moya Brennan, RyanDan, Will Martin and Connie Talbot.[3]

As well as producing music for Fame Academy 2 and Celebrity Fame Academy, other TV writing and production credits include: "Good Morning Britain", "Daybreak", "Lorraine", "Inside Out",[4] CNN, When Jordan met Peter, Toughest Place To Be A..., Sunday Morning Live, Janet Saves The Monarchy and Wogan Now & Then. He has also written and produced the theme tunes for Setanta Sports' Premiership, FA Cup and World Cup 2010 Football programmes. He has composed and produced the audio branding for FIFA Women's World Cup 2015, Guiness ICC, Jeem TV, Setanta Sports, Forces TV, NRT and Associated Press.[5] He has composed and produced the Official Broadcast Theme for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics called "City of Ice".[6] In 2011, he produced and re-arranged the official FIFA anthem. Recently he has composed the official UEFA theme for the European Qualifiers and the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup [7]