Wizardz of Oz

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The Wizardz Of Oz are Andrew Bojanic and Liz Hooper. They are a multi-platinum selling producer/writers who have worked with The Cheetah Girls, Vanessa Anne Hudgens, Avril Lavigne, Olivia Newton-John, Britney Spears, Krystal Meyers, Liz Phair, Krezip, Vanessa Amorosi and many others.

Songs written by the team have been featured in hundreds of TV shows and films.

In 2012, Bojanic and Hooper started the highly successful production, publishing and licensing company Superpop.Co, the catalog of which has been licensed to Sony/ATV/Extreme Music for exclusive licensing to film and television. (www.superpop.co)

PARTIAL CREDITS INCLUDE

TV and film spots[edit]

60 Minutes, Amazing Race, America's Next Top Model, America's Septuplets Turn 13, Better With, Biography, The Bold and the Beautiful, Canada in the Rough, Celebrity Parents SOS, Child Of Our Time, CSI: Miami, Dallas Cowboys Cheerlead, Den Brother, Early Show, Fired Up, Fix This Kitchen, Flog It, Future Food, Game Trailers TV With Geoff Keighley, Gene Simmons Family Jewels, Giuliana and Bill, Gossip Girl, Hawaii Five-O, Hellcats, How I Met Your Mother, How To Beat Tough Times, Jersey Couture, Jersey Shore, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Late Show with David Letterman, Let's Make A Deal, Lo Mejor De Los 00 S, Made, Mike and Molly, Modern Family, Nate Berkus Show, NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, Nick Swardson's Pretend Time, One Angry Junior, Outdoor Channel Outfitters, Pawn Stars, Sell This House, Short List, Sins of the Mother, Smallville, The Client List, The New Price Is Right, Tiny and Toya, Today Tonight Australia, True Life, Two and a Half Men, Tyra Show, Undercover Boss, Vampire Diaries, VH1 News Presents, Wanted Down Under, What Chilli Wants, The Young and the Restless, You're Cut Off

Discography[edit]

  • Ivy Levan - "Dear Friend" and unreleased album
  • Christian TV - "1,2,3 Turn Around" - Soundtrack and Movie "Fired Up"
  • Krystal Meyers - "Together" - "Heroes" 2009 Ad campaign
  • Queensberry - "Butterfly" - German Idol
  • Nishino Nana - "Open Your Eyes" - Single (Japan)
  • Hawk Nelson – "Words We Speak"
  • The Cheetah Girls "Off The Wall" and "All In Me" - single and national Kraft ad campaign
  • Krezip – "Can't You Be Mine"
  • Krystal Meyers – "Together"
  • Krystal Meyers – WOW 2007 Hits Compilation (Essential/BMG), "Fire", produced and co-written
  • DoFollow Me (Universal Benelux), co-wrote "Love Me"
  • Vanessa HudgensV (Hollywood Records) – two songs written and produced
  • Zoom, featuring Ms Triniti's "Big Ups" – co-written and produced
  • Niki Barr – two songs co-written on her independent debut album
  • "The Sims - Unleashed" (EA Games) – featuring Krezip's "Can't You Be Mine", co-written and produced
  • Krystal MeyersDying for a Heart (Provident/Essential/Sony/BM), three songs co-written, co-produced
  • Heather Bradley – produced debut album, six tracks co-written
  • Michael Hernandez – debut album Anonyme produced, and one song co-written
  • Ms Triniti – Ragga Hop: UK version (NiceTunes UK), four songs produced, five songs co-written
  • Ms Triniti – Do or Dare (Ragga Hop 2) (Toshiba/EMI), five tracks mixed, one song produced and co-written
  • Dumb Luck – Sweet Milk Underground (independent), produced and mixed album
  • Big Brother Belgium – wrote "Freefall" (theme song)
  • Wouter – Rock On (Sony/BMG Belgium), wrote the single "Freefall"
  • Morgan – produced independent debut album, two songs written
  • Ms Triniti – The Boys and Girls Guide to Getting Down – written and produced, co-wrote "Big Ups"
  • XANDER DE BEISONJE (Sony/BMG Netherlands) – two songs produced, one song written
  • Two For the Money original Motion Picture soundtrack – co-wrote Ms Triniti's "Big Ups"
  • WOW Hits 2006 – Krystal Meyers, "The Way to Begin" (from Krystal Meyers) – co-written and co-produced
  • Andrew Strong – "Greatest Hits" (Sony/BMG), three songs co-written and produced
  • Krystal Meyers – Krystal Meyers (Essential) – produced, co-wrote three songs
  • Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants soundtrack – "Always There in You" by The Valli Girls, written and produced
  • Krezip (Sony/BMG Netherlands) – produced "What Are You Waiting For", four songs written
  • Nickelodeon's Kids Choice Awards 2005" – "Valli Nation" by The Valli Girls, written and produced
  • Cheiko Wakwabe – Japan, wrote the single "Kizunairo"
  • Morgan Grace – Beggars Alchemy, produced album, one song co-written
  • Men2Be – "Next Big Thing" V2 Netherlands, wrote
  • Birgit – wrote "Control" (BMG Netherlands)
  • Raffish – wrote "Let Go" single (Universal Netherlands)
  • Anne-Laure Sibon – "Imagine (single)", wrote song
  • Produced Keaton Simons' EP (Maverick Records)
  • Album "Exes & Whys" W/P, release - September 2004
  • Emmanuel Carella – wrote and produced one song "Adrenaline" from Liberation Records
  • Angel Faith – Believe in Angels...Believe in Me (Midas Records) – produced five tracks including the single, "Just the Way I Am"
  • Ian Eskelin – produced Save the Humans (EMI/Inpop)
  • Boris – Rely on Me (BMG Holland) – wrote the single "Places to Kiss You"
  • Hind – Around the World (BMG Holland) – wrote the single "Initiation"
  • Scarlett Pomers – wrote and produced all songs on recent album
  • Trinity wrote and produced four tracks on new album [Sony Columbia]
  • Valli Girls – wrote and co-produced forthcoming album [Sony Columbia]
  • Haim - Unreleased songs and development
  • Enrique Iglesias – backing vocals on "Say It" Radio Mix [Interscope]
  • Britney Spears – backing vocals on "Shadow" from In the Zone [Jive]
  • Olivia Olson – backing vocals on "All I Want for Christmas" from Love Actually Soundtrack [RCA]
  • Liz Phair (for The Matrix) – backing vocals on "Extraordinary" and "Why Can't I?" on self-titled album [Capitol]
  • The Troys (for the Matrix) – programming and backing vocals on "Clean" and "What Do You Do" from Massaging Your Ego [Electra]
  • Vanessa AmorosiChange, programming and co-production
  • Darren Hayes and Olivia Newton John (with Charles Fisher) – (Festival Mushroom) "Lift Me Up", programming
  • Peter Allen and Olivia Newton John – produced Tenderfield Saddler (Festival Mushroom)
  • Richard Marx and Olivia Newton John – (Festival Mushroom) programming on "Never Far Away"
  • Human Nature and Olivia Newton John – (Festival Mushroom) programming on "I Love You Crazy"
  • Tina Arena and Olivia Newton John – (Festival Mushroom) "I'll Come Running" – programming and backing vocals
  • Avril Lavigne (for the Matrix) – co-editing on "Complicated" & "Things I'll Never Say" from Let Go [Arista]
  • Heather Nova (for the Matrix) – "Welcome" on forthcoming album [V2] – co-engineered/edited
  • Ricky Martin (for the Matrix) – edited three tracks on forthcoming album [Columbia] – also co-wrote, programmed and edited "All Over Me"
  • Darius (for the Matrix) – editing and programming for two tracks on forthcoming album [Mercury Records]
  • Thibault Durand – editing and programming for six tracks on forthcoming album [Sony France]
  • Bachelor Girl – programming, editing, and assistant mastering for two tracks including the single "I'm Just a Girl" [Gotham]
  • Jason Mraz – edited "The Remedy (I Won't Worry)" from Waiting for my Rocket to Come
  • Off by One (for the Matrix) – editing and programming on forthcoming album (including first single) [LMC]
  • Akita – editing, programming, and co-production on Plan for Summer [Wah/Roadshow]
  • David Caplice – wrote and produced four tracks, including "Smile" – [Telstar UK]
  • Dumbluck – produced independent album produced
  • NBC's television series Heroes – produced and co-wrote for the October/November promotion campaign
  • ACIDIC - Getting Lucky album

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