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. He is currently recording his forth album and has just completed production on the music video for his new single "Me Are You Are Me” directed by award winning filmmaker Martin Guigui. Monday teams up with producer Jason Carmer (Third Eye Blind, Run-D.M.C) and renowned drummer Michael Urbano (Smash Mouth, Sheryl Crow) on the track.

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