Sitting at the Top
Nova Records Co. Is re-releasing " MULHOLLAND DRIVE'S" second CD titled "Sitting At The Top" which features some of rock's best musicians and singers in the world. "Sitting At The Top" features 14 great classic songs sung by world acclaimed lead vocalist Chas West (his last CD recordings before joining the band "Bonham" and touring the world and recording three CDs' for Columbia Records). The CD also features Paul Shortino (Quiet Riot, Badd Boyzz) On background vocals. On bass guitar, the CD has Don Ferrone (Eric Clapton,Green Day), Sean McNabb (Quiet Riot, Great White, Bad Boyzz), Philip Soussan (Ozzy Osbourne, Billy Idol, Johnny Halliday, Vince Neil). On Rhythm/Lead Guitars "Sitting At The Top" has Sean Colligan, Tony Mazza, Cary Bialec, Mitch Perry (YNT, Cher, Bad Boyzz, Edgar Winters, Black Rose), Steve Fister( Lita Ford, Pat Travers, Stuart Hamm, Carmen Appice). On drums, percussion, synthesizers/ keyboards, lyrics, and production is the leader, writer/co-writer and founder of "MULHOLLAND DRIVE," Timothy K. Mulholland. TIMOTHY K MULHOLLAND Bio. Timothy started private music lessons (drums & percussion)in fifth grade. He attended DePaul University in Chicago. He received a degree from Prairie State College in Chicago Heights in Business Administration and transferred with a talent scholarship and graduated with a B.A. degree from Governors State University in Music (Timothy worked his way through school teaching 70 private students per week). Timothy has recorded over 2000 radio & T.V. commercials including Coke, Diet Coke, Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Seven-Up, Diet7-Up, Coors, Budweiser, Bud Light, Heineken, Wheaties, Trix, & Lucky Charms cereals, Gatorade, McDonalds, Amoco Oil, Toyota, Dodge, Cadillac, Ford, Pontiac and Kentucky Fried Chicken. While recording in New York City for Atlantic Records, Timothy was casted by Cy Coleman & Michael Stewart in their Broadway hit musical 'I Love My Wife.' Timothy has also recorded for major T.V. shows. His credits include 'The Chipmunks,' 'The Flintstones,' 'Scooby Do,' 'Alf,' 'The Smurfs,' 'Alf Tails,' 'The Bible,' 'The Ghostbusters,' 'Slimer,' 'Cops,' 'The Jetsons,' 'The Care Bears' and 'Denver The Dinosaur.' Timothy has recorded for many record labels including: Alfa (Japan), Atlantic, RCA, DDD, Capitol & Warner Bros. Other performing credits include The Beach Boys, Vic Damone, Al Martino, Johnny Carson, Glen Campbell, The Temptations, Martha Reeves, Mel Torme, The Chicago Chamber Orchestra and Marvin Gaye, and Jerry Lewis to name a few. As a producer & composer, Timothy has created music underscore &/or featured songs for the following shows: 'Captain Planet,' DIC/Hanna Barberra 'Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure's," DIC (CBS & Fox T.V.) 'Camp Candy,' DIC/(NBC) 'The New Kids On The Block,' ABC TV 'Wish Kids,' DIC/(Fox & TNT) 'Vytor,' CALICO/ (FOX) 'Widget,' ZODIAC/ (Local) 'Mr. Bogus,' ZODIAC/ (FOX) 'Ghostbusters,' Saban/ (ABC) 'He-Man,' Saban/ (CBS) 'The Specialist,' Colossal Pictures/MTV 'Rocko's Modern Life,' VIACOM/ (Nickelodeon) ' Easter Special,' Disney/ (CBS) 'Great American Celebration.' Disney/ (CBS) 'Liquid T.V.' Colossal Pictures/ (MTV) Timothy also composed and produced music for the MGM Grand Hotel/Casino's theme park's show "Kaleidoscope" and the Magic Castle's magic/comedy production "Up Your Sleeves." In 1998 Timothy received the honor of being inducted into the Marian Catholic High School's Hall Of Fame with the Distinguished Achievement Award in the Fine Arts and recognition by Senator Debbie Halvorson of the Illinois State Senate. Timothy has been educating/performing throughout the La. Unified School District with the Intercultural Awareness Program from 1990 to 2000 with his programs "Electronic Music with Computers" and "Music for Animation". Timothy is performing in the Los Angeles area with his original group "MULHOLLAND DRIVE." Mulholland Drive's website is: MulhollandDrive.8m.com His recording studio's website is: Novamusicstudios.8m.com Where he produces his music and projects of his choosing. Timothy is also now the sound engineer for the Coronet Theatre where he has engineered over 700 shows of Los Angeles's longest running musical, "Menopause the Musical."