Tom Brooks is an Grammy winning music producer, arranger, engineer, and keyboardist. He is the founding producer of
Integrity Music and the Hosanna Music series, selling over 30 million albums worldwide. Tom has produced over 150 successful
albums for Sony Music and has been awarded 6 Platinum Albums, 12 Gold Albums, plus a GMA Dove Award. He is keyboardist for the
progressive rock band 'The Alan Parsons Project' and Music Professor at Hope International University. His book, "The Language of Music"
is published by Hal Leonard Publishing.
Tom recently arranged, produced, and conducted the Orchestra at the 2017 Grammy Awards for new artist 'Chance the Rapper',
who won 3 Grammy's on the night. The performance was broadcast live on CBS TV and re-broadcast around the world. He also received
the Latin Grammy Award in 2016 as Producer for Marcos Vidal's "25 Años".
Tom has worked with many of the best-loved artists in music including Ron Kenoly, Alan Parsons, Don Moen, Chance the Rapper, Paul Baloche,
Sheila E, Marcos Vidal, SZA, Aline Barros, Abraham Laboriel, Israel Houghton, Paul Jackson Jr, James Ingram, Vinnie Colaiuta, Bob Fitts,
Baby do Brasil, Kirk Whalum, Lucia Parker, Chester Thompson, Steve Lukather of Toto, Bill Champlin of Chicago, Richard Page of Mr.
Mister, David Pack of Ambrosia, Jim Peterik of Survivor, Kelly Keagy of Night Ranger, and many more.
Tom has performed concerts and produced events around the globe from Paris to Hong Kong, from Capetown to Edinburgh, from Rome to Rio,
and everywhere in between. He recently performed for 750,000 people at "The Experience" in Lagos Nigeria featuring Grammy winners Kirk
Franklin, Israel Houghton, Bebe & Cece Winans, producing a live CD and DVD of the concert. He has produced events at the Olympic Stadium
in Seoul, on the National Mall in Washington D.C., on Table Mountain in CapeTown South Africa, Union Chapel in London, and at the DMZ,
the border with North Korea.
Tom is owner and Creative Director of Master Recording Studios, a world-class production studio in Southern California featuring the
latest state-of-the-art digital and analog recording technology. He holds a doctorate in music and teaches workshops and seminars around
the globe. As a conductor Tom has worked with several national orchestras including the Buffalo Philharmonic, the Tampa Symphony, the
Orchestre de la Suisse Romande in Geneva, the Medellin Philharmonic Orchestra in Colombia, and more.
Tom has written and produced music for the nation's leading companies including McDonalds, Disney, Pizza Hut, Bank of America, Anheuser-Busch,
Korean Air, Chik-Fil-A, Carnival Cruise Lines, the St. Louis Cardinals, and more.