Today on Business Rockstars, Ken Rutkowski talks with Frank Fitzpatrick, a multi-platinum selling record producer, Grammy-nominated songwriter, social entrepreneur and award-winning filmmaker. As Founder and Director of the non-profit EarthTones, Fitzpatrick focuses on creating music and film projects that make a positive contribution to our world.
Frank Fitzpatrick has proven himself to be a creative visionary and committed advocate for transforming the human spirit through music and film. He has created the soundtracks for over two-dozen films, produced countless music events and sold over six million albums. In addition to his work with Hollywood successes such as Friday, Jump In!, The Larry Sanders Show, Pirates of Silicon Valley and the billion-dollar Scary Movie franchise, Detroit-born Fitzpatrick has worked extensively in the nonprofit sector and healing arts. His work with musical pioneers like Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, K’Naan and Ziggy Marley, as well as other global thought leaders, has further strengthened his commitment to using music and creativity as catalysts for cultivating higher levels of intelligence, adaptability and compassion in the world.
As Founder and Director of the non-profit EarthTones, Fitzpatrick focuses on creating music and film projects that make a positive contribution to our world. His experience across the business, social and entertainment sectors allows him to provide organizations with creative solutions and integrated strategies for impacting large audiences. Current EarthTones projects include Yoga For Hope – City of Hope’s national campaign promoting alternative and supportive therapies (music, yoga, meditation) for patients with life-threatening diseases, and Amazing – a film partnership between the NBA and Shanghai Film Group which will help promote NBA-Fit health and fitness clinics for young fans and families throughout China.