Don Black

Songwriter at Russell Scott Entertainment Limited

5 Elstree Gate, Elstree Way, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
Russell Scott Entertainment Limited
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Last Updated 1/16/2017

General Information

Employment History

Stephen Ward

The Really Useful Group Ltd

President  - Dayton Weekly News

Regional Vice President, Northwest Region  - The American Society of Dowsers Inc

National Socialist Youth Movement

Lyricist  - John Barry


political science , University of Alabama

Honorary Degree of Doctor of Arts  - City of London University

M.D.  - Institute for Research

M.D. Black's results  - University of Iowa


Board Member  - Mercury Musical Developments

Fellow  - The British Academy of Songwriters Composers and Authors

Founder  - Stormfront

Co-Owner  - Dayton Weekly News

Academy Voting Member  - World Soundtrack Academy

Board Member  - World News Inc

Academy Member  - WSA

Member  - Ku Klux Klan

Founder  - SF

Board Member  - WAMU

Member  - American Nazi Party

Member of the Youth Branch  - Party

Web References  

About Us - Russell Scott Entertainment

Since then, shows have been produced to celebrate the music and lyrics of musical legends including Frank Wildhorn, Leslie Bricusse, Johnny Mercer, Howard Ashman, Alan Menken, Stephen Schwartz, Don Black and Sir Tim Rice.
We have been delighted to receive such wonderful support from the industry and those whose music has been celebrated, including Don Black and Sir Tim Rice who both supported and attended their respective shows, which received public acclaim. Don Black

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"When Russell Scott puts on a show you can be guaranteed that the music and the cast will be of the highest quality. I can assure you that every bar of music and every vocal line and lyric will have been forensically scrutinised before they are presented to an audience. From a songwriter's point of view I am delighted to say that our songs are in very safe hands indeed." Don Black, OBE

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Broadway Babies Say Goodnight | The Steyn Line

Steve Allen praised it as a "dazzling commentary on popular music culture"; Don Black, veteran lyricist of the James Bond movies and "Born Free", hailed it as "Mark Steyn's masterful book"; and The Times of London called it "hugely entertaining".

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