Residing in Los Angeles, CA. Songwriter, Musician, Producer & Arranger Charlie DeYoung is a former member/co-founder of the Alternative Rock band "The Naughty Bits" from Boston, MA. Headlining many shows the band also shared the stage with many national acts, enjoyed ample airplay, and were featured on an episode of MTV's "Totally Pauly" in the early 90's. In 2009 along with former Naughty Bit co-founder Joe Coughlin and a side project called...I'LL QUIT TOMORROW... signed several songs from that collaboration with Paul McCartney's MPL Communications Publishing/licensing catalog for commercial use. Currently writing, recording and producing mostly instrumental Alternative Rock, as well as Blues, Jazz, and Hip Hop tracks for TV shows / Multimedia. Some credits include CBS, NBC, MTV, VH1, A&E, History Channel, Bravo, Telemundo, Entertainment Studios, Time/Life, WEtv, The Africa Channel, TLC, Animal Planet, TruTV, Fox, HBO, etc .
With songs on over 255 TV Shows totaling more than 905+ episodes this is a short list of some credits: 2016 Rio Olympics, Soul Train 30th Anniversary Special, US Open, The Voice, Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars getting Coffee, America's Got Talent, The Steve Harvey Show, Thursday Night Football, The Real Housewives of New Jersey, Real Housewives of Miami, Skins, Last Call with Carson Daly, Cyndi Lauper Still So Unusual, Charmed, American Pickers, Auction Kings, Commercial/Promo for NBC Nightly News, The Today Show, Meet the Press, Parenthood, Beautiful Homes & Great Estates, Bid & Destroy, Cajun Pawn Stars, Designers, Fashions and Runways, Every Woman, Fashion Hunters, Gold Fathers, In Search of Food, Made, Shannen Says, Kickin It, Interior Therapy, Levantate, Short List, Pawn Stars, Young Icons, , High School Confidential, Redneck Rehab, Redneck Island, Double Diva's, The Sisterhood, Time/Life Dean Martin Roast Box Set, The Colbert Report, Nick Studio 10, Here comes Honey Boo Boo, Counting Cars, Money from Strangers, Randy to the Rescue, Pets TV, Young, Broke and Beautiful, Toddlers and Tiaras, Who wants to Date a Comedian, 10 on Top, Too Cute, Married to Medicine, Fuse News, and many more.