Meet Ron Cohen

As a composer, Ron is an established resource for TV and film music supervisors, editors, and directors worldwide. His TV work has won him two Emmy awards as well as three Emmy nominations. His compositions have been licensed to hundreds of TV and film productions, including “America’s Got Talent,” “Saturday Night Live,” “Dancing with the Stars,” “The Sopranos,” “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” and “The Birdcage,” and his original scores and songs have been spotlighted at film festivals including Sundance. Ron engineered, produced, co-wrote (7 songs), and played guitar on Chris Chickering’s first studio album Shine (August 1012).

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HYDE SCHOOLS Youth Scholarship

It’s impossible to make positive changes without the right tools, and that’s exactly what Hyde did for Chris – Hyde provided the right tools and pathway to create an entirely new way of being in the world at the peak of his formative years.

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Chris Chickering

Chris Chickering is a singer-songwriter, psychotherapist and speaker whose music and message are an invitation to self-discovery, reflection, and inspirational thinking. He blends folk, rock, and world music influences with uplifting lyrics, storytelling and vocals reminiscent of great singers from the ’60s and ’70s. Since 2012 he has released six studio albums and connects with audiences at public and privately hosted events worldwide. No matter who you are or where you are on your life’s journey, Chris’ universal songs are guaranteed to speak to you as if you are the only one listening. Artist Site, Apple Music, Spotify.

Fueled by a love of singing, and belief in the power of music to change people’s lives, Chris founded Music for Positive Change, a nonprofit venture that exists to unite and heal hearts through music, through the creation and performance of thoughtfully written, professionally produced songs of healing, empowerment and social responsibility.

Chris has always found music to be a source of peace and inspiration, especially during his most challenging times. Growing up in San Francisco, he was influenced by artists like Cat Stevens, Neil Young, and The Rolling Stones, and moved by the humanitarian efforts of singer-songwriter Harry Chapin, to create his own unique message-driven sound.

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