Mr. Poling's music has had many commercial uses: classical strings composed for Mercedes Benz, punchy pop for Barbie, a lush tango for Best Buy, and many more. The New Standards' versions of "Toxic" and "Watching The Detectives" were used for stunning set pieces in Macy's Glamorama. The Suburbs "Rattle My Bones" was the soundtrack for an award-winning spot for Target.
His inspiring song "Love Is The Law", was effectively used in television, web and social media in galvanizing the push towards Marriage Equality in 2013 - and also used in a classic "Roseanne" episode and in 2016 for the spooky TV show “Dead of Summer”.
With a dozen albums of songs and material ranging from the punky Suburbs to the elegant scores for theater like “Children of Paradise” and "Glensheen", to the groovy vibes of The New Standards, there is a wealth of soundtrack material to choose from. And now that Chan is teamed with the prolific Hollywood (“Pirates of the Caribbean”) and Broadway (“The Lion King”) orchestral arranger, Robert Elhai, the sky’s the limit, from commercials to feature films!
To license Chan's music for commercials please contact Mara Schwartz at Superior Music Publishing in Los Angeles.
Mr. Poling is represented for work in theater by Jack Tantleff at the Paradigm Talent Agency in New York. Commissions for theater or interested in having Chan score your film - click on the contact page or just call Jack at Paradigm.
A "spec" score for an old Jaguar spot.