Ken Eichler is a producer, songwriter, composer, arranger, recording engineer, and musician. A versatile instrumentalist with eclectic tastes, Ken excels in a variety of musical styles. Ken's music and productions have received critical acclaim and airplay around the world and have been featured on radio, tv, film, and advertising.
Recent placements include CBS's "Criminal Minds", NBC's "Dateline NBC", History Channel's "American Restoration", "Pawn Stars", and "American Pickers", WE's "Big Easy Brides", MTV's "When I was 17", NatGeo's "American Weed", TLC's "NY Ink", Velocity's "Saw Dogs", CNBC's "Best Job Ever", Bravo's "Real Housewives of Atlanta", and more.
Ken received his bachelor's in music from The State University of New York at Oswego where he played lead guitar with the university's big band during his freshman through junior years. For his senior year, Ken studied recording engineering at the Institute of Audio Research in NY while studying music history at NYU. Ken worked as a recording and mastering engineer in several NYC studios prior to building his own state-of-the-art project studio.
Ken has performed and recorded with many fine musicians and currently appears with Vinnie Pastore's "Crazy Horse All Stars" and other NY based bands.
Ken records at his own "Sliding Door Studio" and runs his own AB Franklin Productions and Could Loom Records. Ken is actively placing music with other artists and in TV, film, and other commercial applications. Ken also produces and collaborates with other independent artists. Recent production credits include The Bam Bam Project's "Unfinished Business", The Hip Pocket Band's "Returns", Harpist Lois Colin's "Monica's Wedding", The Tessera String Band's "Tessera String Band", Set To Stun's "Set To Stun", Pam Sklar's "A Tune For America", and Emily Blumenthal's "Kiss Me".
Ken has hundreds of instrumentals and songs currently signed with some of the music industry's premier TV & Film licensing/publishing companies as well as international music licensing companies.