Multi-talented singer, songwriter, instrumentalist, and Emmy nominated composer, Beau Black began his musical career in his hometown of New York City, performing at concerts at the young age of 8 with his famed father, Jay Black of the successful 60’s group, Jay and the Americans, known for hits like the wildly popular classic, “This Magic Moment.” A childhood teeming with gifted vocalists, musicians and an exciting rock and roll culture placed Beau in a highly fertile creative environment, igniting his budding musical interests and nurturing his many talents. Beau’s love for music sparked an innate passion for writing songs and lyrics and he has focused on honing this artistic craft since the age of 12. His unique voice and original compositions have brought him much exposure and success, particularly in the film and television industry.

Beau’s first album of original music, aptly titled “Meant to Be” and comprised of catchy rock and roll tunes, was released in 2008 and provided several songs and musical work for various film and television spots. The demand for these dynamic songs led Beau to pursue the path to his exciting and fulfilling current career as a full-time composer.

Beau’s versatile and highly accessible music has appeared in over 50 memorable national commercials, as well as in numerous television programs and movies. A flourishing career as a songwriter, which began as a remarkably gifted boy surrounded by the artistry of music making, has indeed become a wonderful reality for Beau. He is presently working with the Disney Network on several new creative projects, including writing and producing the songs for “The Lion Guard”, composing the music for “Mickey & The Roadster Racers”, as well as the theme songs for “Miles From Tomorrowland” and “Penn Zero: Part Time Hero”. Always inspired, always creating and always filled with a never-ending supply of fun-filled music for all generations, Beau has set out to make musical career that is prolific, fascinating and illustrious.