Business Offer

Main activity
Music Producer
Main genre
Language skills
Singer Songwriter   Recording Studio  

Personal profile

LON VAN EATON RESUME Professional Summary Platinum Award Winning Recording Artist. Creative, focused, high integrity, dedicated professional with proven track record of more than 30 years in music recording, instruction and business. Singular distinction of being produced by Beatle George Harrison on the Apple label prior to George’s ground breaking “Concert For Bangladesh.” Inspired by George, relocated to Denver in 1985 and founded Imagine a Better World Productions, LLC. Serves as President/ CEO. Areas of Expertise • Outstanding interpersonal skills • Instructor/Facilitator • Songwriting/Theatrical Scores, Arrangements • Computer music creation/sequencing • Conducts workshops/classes/seminars • Cause-related project partnering • Develops youth through music and the arts • Develops Artist/Project conceptualization Instructor/Facilitator • Conducts on-going workshops and seminars in songwriting, the art of musical production, musicianship and his MUSIX system of perceiving sound. • Adjunct professor, Arapahoe Community College, teaching the Art of Recording for 9 years. • Teaches students of all ages in his private home recording studio. (see letters from students).

Company profile

Imagine a Better World's Notable and Diverse Productions Recorded and Produced Muungano - The National Choir of Kenya Recorded and Produced The American Soviet Youth Orchestra with Zubin Mehta, Leonard Slatkin conducting at the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center and at Bolshoi Hall. Produced Recording Artists in multiple genres. Reached #6 on the charts in 2015. Recorded and Produced "Pulse of the Planet" to support environmental organizations in partnership with Turner Broadcasting (“TBS”) and the first ever environmental television series “EarthBeat”. Stevie Wonder headlined a cast of socially conscious musical performers. Became a member of Ted Turner’s Better World Society. Recorded and Produced The Musicians of St. Clair who performed at the Vatican. Non Profit Boards and Management for Youth • Executive Manager and Director of Champ, Inc., (Children and Music Project, Inc., a California based non-profit musical education organization). • Exemplary program sponsored by the City of Los Angeles, UCLA and affiliated with the UNI Conference Center. The program demonstrated the tremendous power of musical education in raising self esteem and producing discipline in young people through music. Middle school children were taught to sing and play pieces by Bach and Bartok in the original German and Hungarian by classical violinist Judith Aller and Mr. Van Eaton. David Rockefeller’s “The Arts in Education” served as a model of how musical education improves the self esteem and life experiences of our youth.