THE BADLEES (as The Damnsels) are a six-piece rock band that have been creating and performing music since 1990.  Pete Palladino (vocals), Bret Alexander (guitar), Paul Smith (bass) and Ron Simasek (drums) joined forces decades ago after a few happenstance introductions, that some would say, were driven by destiny. In 2009, guitarist Dustin Drevitch and violinist Nyke Van Wyk joined the band.  In October 2013, The Badlees released their 10th studio album Epiphones and Empty Rooms. This double disc release of new material highlights the band's complex duality. The band’s career features a couple of major label record deals, radio hits, and national critical acclaim.

LAURA SHAY (as Laura Kelly) is an independent musician from Philadelphia. Her latest record, Love & Other Things, is a continuation of Laura’s unique style of organic piano- and acoustic guitar-based tracks, coupled with honest lyrics and rich vocals. A collection of nine songs primarily focused on love in its various stages and forms, the album was independently produced and features select musicians and engineers who embraced Laura’s Do-It-Yourself, home-grown vibe.

ELLIS PAUL (Songwriter)  - Ellis's music has been shared with a wide audience, through commercials, documentaries, TV shows and in the soundtracks of several blockbuster films, among them three by the Farrelly Brothers -- “Hall Pass” (starring Owen Wilson and Alyssa Milano), “Me, Myself, & Irene” (starring Jim Carrey) and “Shallow Hal” (starring Jack Black and Gwyneth Paltrow). Peter Farrelly summed up the sentiments of all those who have come to know and appreciate Paul’s music by referring to him as “a national treasure.”

CHRISTOPHER NORTH (Composer) is a composer for Film, TV/Web Series, Theater, Dance/Installations and various ensembles (chamber music, orchestral, jazz, etc.) He's also a singer/songwriter (eclectic rock and children's music including Disney & Sesame Street), bassist and multi-instrumental musician (on Broadway / Grammy award-winning recordings.) Hailing from Texas, he followed his muse to Manhattan in 1997. He now thrives in Brooklyn, having released 14 albums (with 5 more out this year), scored 12 feature films as well as countless shorts, most of which currently screening and distributed around the world (DVD, Netflix, iTunes.) VARIETY says he's a "notable asset." His first feature, Everything's Jake, starring Ernie Hudson as a homeless musician, can be seen on STARZ. His 6th feature, Bible Quiz, won Best Documentary at Slamdance 2013 in Park City, UT and is on SUNDANCE Global. 

OBIE O’BRIEN (Music Supervisor) has worked with a diverse group of artists including projects with Bon Jovi (with whom he has worked for over 30 years), Soraia, Patrick Droney, Alice Cooper, Chris LeDoux, The Baha Men, The Seldom Seen, The Country Gentlemen, Ralph Stanley, The Nighthawks, Sam Moore, and Danny Gatton & The Fat Boys to name a few. He was the music director for the Nick Jonas led Broadway recording of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.


Featuring, The Badlees, Laura Shay, Ellis Paul and Christopher North.  Re-Mastered Studio Recordings by Phil Nicolo and Live Tracks recorded at the world famous Chameleon Club by Obie O'Brien!  Click the BUTTON below to see detailed Publisher, Producer, Writer and Performer information, as well as special thanks, for all of the songs from the All In Time Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. iTunes purchase link is here: iTunes