About Brendan

Brendan McGeehan is a true utility player in the music industry. A trained recording engineer and studied musician, he is adept and comfortable behind the board, in the producer’s chair, as well as performing bass on the other side of the glass.

Equally at home at a rock venue, classical concert hall, or jazz club, Brendan’s enthusiasm, love, and understanding of many genres of music keeps him in demand.

As an engineer, Brendan is constantly involved in the production of sounds, whether it’s working as the in-house producer/engineer for an 80 year-old Philadelphia accordion legend or mixing audio for 20,000 people at PPL park for the Philadelphia Union at an MLS game, and all things in between. Brendan is a staff engineer, producer, arranger, and session musician at Forge Recording in Oreland, PA, where he also teaches audio production. He also works out of Retro City Studios in Germantown, as well as Elm St. Studios in Conshohocken. Brendan helps produce monthly jazz salons @exuberance in South Kensington, where he records every performance. He also teaches sound design at Lebanon Valley College.

On the live stage, Brendan currently plays bass and keyboards for Philadelphia acts WeekenderMatt Spitko, The York Street Hustle, Aaron Parnell Brown, and Minas, and has toured extensively up and down the east coast.

As a composer and sound designer, he has scored music for many films over the last few years, working with directors from Philadelphia to LA on shorts, features, corporate, and non-profit films. A recent documentary, “Dizzy Fingers: the Life of Joe Soprani” was featured on NPR and enjoyed a sold-out premiere.

Recent highlights include producing a Brazilian jazz album incorporating over 60 musicians for Philadelphia based group Minas, working on Aziz Ansari’s comedy special, “Buried Alive,” directing “We Are Music,” a music video that layers the talents of 20 musicians, all performing live at different iconic Philadelphia settings, and producing and engineering jazz records that include performances by Larry CoryellMike ClarkOrrin Evans, and more.

Please take a look around at the sights and sounds, and feel free to get in touch if you’d be interested in working together.

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