Hollywood composer sings the most powerful woman’s anthem ever for this TV show

Gabriel Mann

Over the years, I’ve covered Hollywood singer/songwriter/composer extraordinaire buy kamagra uk review viagra manasquan viagra carrsville pbama speech abilify dosage for 7 year old follow site charles beard constitution thesis go site title proposal for thesis in computer science easy essay topic ideas cialis comprar rio de janeiro essay about india in english comprare viagra bologna celebrex chemotherapy colon cancer source link homework confessing mp3 vegetable essay in tamil go to site impotence drugs since viagra belize pharmacy express see url writing a critical analysis paper persuasive essay for middle school initial reason for viagra see url Gabriel Mann (C’95, Off the Beat).

You’ve been hearing his voice every week behind this hit TV show’s theme song and now he’s singing another show’s opening song!

Find out which show and listen to his rendition of the most powerful woman’s anthem ever.  You’re going to love it!

We are MenYou can hear Gabe’s distinct voice in the opening for CBS’ “We are Men”!

Listen to Gabe’s opening at 3:27 here.

While you’re going to want a copy of his rendition of “I Will Survive” after listening to it, sadly, it’s not available anywhere but the TV show.

In related news, Gabe is currently scoring the following shows:

  • Welcome to the Family (NBC) – comedy
  • Trophy Wife (ABC) – comedy, season 1 in progress
  • Modern Family (ABC) – comedy, season 5 in progress
  • Star-Crossed (CW) – drama, mid-season
  • The Exes (TVLand) – comedy, season 4 this fall
  • Twisted (ABC Family) – drama, season 2 this fall
  • Rectify (Sundance Channel) – drama, season 2 next summer

Check out the cool interface of all of Gabe’s clips sorted by Project and Genre on his website here


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