Gilly Marq Roswell
G. Marq Roswell is an American music supervisor and producer, based in Los Angeles. Roswell produced I Saw The Light (Sony Classics), which portrays the life of legendary singer-songwriter Hank Williams. Roswell is the co-executive music producer of the highly acclaimed Soundbreaking, the eight hour documentary series for PBS that explores and celebrates the art and science of making records, conceived with and inspired by Sir George Martin. G. Marq has also provided his expertise on other award winning documentaries including Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Prices, Iraq for Sale, Circus and Half the Sky. Roswell has contributed to the musical landscape of more than sixty feature films, with an impressive list of credits including The Great Debaters, The Hurricane, Spy Game, Man With the Iron Fists, Tommy Boy, Dawn of the Dead, Wild at Heart, and The Commitments. He is currently the Founder/CEO of TunesMap, a mobile and TV application that makes cultural context ubiquitous wherever you consume media, for which he holds a proprietary IP patent.
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