New Single

& Re-Mixed/

Re-Mastered

"Words In Pencil" Album

Coming 2020

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Freddy Monday Catalog

Freddy Monday, the singer/songwriter, musician, producer, mixer and the founder of Endo Music, New York, a diverse group of creative content development professionals, has had his music featured in a wide array of film and television projects. Among them the ending theme song for the hit Nickelodeon animated show “The Loud House”; the 2014 Steve Jobs bio pic “Jobs,” which featured his song “There Were Times” in the film and soundtrack; as well as the films "Mall," starring Cameron Monaghan and Gina Gershon; the HBO film "Hello Ladies: The Movie," starring Stephen Merchant; the title track for "Born To Ride," starring Casper Van Dien and William Forsythe; and numerous shows on CBS, HBO, Bravo, USA, TNT, A&E, Audience, History, Bio, Sundance, TruTV, CW, NGC, TLC, Fox Sports, MTV, Palladia, Lifetime, VH1, Encore Family and on Jerry Seinfelds web series "Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee.” Born and raised on Long Island, Freddy has worked with a bountiful variety of music industry pros both on stage and in the studio. His video/single "Me Are You Are Me" was directed by award winning filmmaker Martin Guigui and Monday teamed up with producer Jason Carmer (Third Eye Blind, Run-D.M.C) and renowned drummer Michael Urbano (Smash Mouth, Sheryl Crow) on the track. Freddy is currently working on his fourth album and new single "Maybe I'm A Fool" which will feature Richard Maheux (Enrique Iglesias) on piano, John Rienzi (Quarter Horse) on drums and co-writer Joey Auch on electric piano and B3.

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