Professional References


"The way I always wanted to hear it"
Stephen Schwartz

"Lou Gentile is a composer of ability and obvious passion. His music is both soulful and has some mystery to it - like you don't know where it's going next".

-Michael Whalen  2-time Emmy Award winning composer
 

"Louis Gentile is a composer, arranger, orchestrator of very high quality. He also works with great skill and knowledge... I have known Mr. Gentile for the past five years, I have found him to be a young man, who lives and works with high moral and professional standards".

-Angelo Badalamenti  

"Lou is a great technical player on guitar and the other fretted instruments he plays. In turn, this allows him to play his music with expression and feeling. In addition to being a refreshing change, his music is still accessible to a mainstream audience".

-Erik D. Unknown Radio.com

"Louis Gentile is a composer whose versatility is not only different but far more engaging then most. The honest and sensitive nature of his music is far above the norm. Being a first-rate player of all types of guitars and related instruments provides him with a unique advantage for any type of score. After listening to some of his music I actually went away remembering a good portion of it. The high level of production value of his Cds make it clear that Mr. Gentile can provide music for any professional environment".

-Joe Gianono Composer: Chip n' Dales' Rescue Rangers Arranger: Backstreet Boys, Roger Daltry, Philip Bailey, Peter Frampton, MichaelFeinstein, Bryn Terfel, Robert Merrill, PM Dawn, Blood, Sweat &Tears, Yes, NY City Opera, Julliard Orchestra

"Mr. Gentile continues to be our first choice for original music for our films and we highly recommend him as a source for original music for your projects".

-Steve & Rowena Scibelli, Awefilms

"Mr. Gentile is an excellent composer. He is able to compose in many genres with ease. I highly recommend him for your next project".

-Craig Speigelbaum,

Composer, News 12 Long Island Sports


"A perfect fit".

-Joe Iurato Speaking about the song "Blue Latin", featured in his film "FUSE"