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SCL Screening: A Million Little Things w/ Gabriel Mann, Billy Gottlieb, Kyler England, Lauren Connelly

June 21, 2019   |   7:00pm PDT   |   Screening
Invites SCL Members and one guest
to a screening event for ABC’s A Million Little Things. 

Composer, Songwriter & Singer

Music Supervisor

Moderated by

Friday, June 21, 2019


Dolby Screening Room Burbank
3601 West Alameda Avenue
Burbank, CA 91515

Limited ground floor parking in Dolby Building.
Parking entrance on Cordova St (see map below).
Street parking also available.

*** Limited capacity – please RSVP asap: Click here ***

Please be mindful of the SCL’s Code of Conduct.

Join us for a screening followed by Q&A with composer, singer, songwriter, Gabriel Mann along with Kyler England, Lauren Connelly and Billy Gottlieb discussing their work on the hit ABC series, A Million Little Things. With a special performance of “Unexpected” with Gabriel Mann and Kyler England.
TV-14 | 45 min

A composer, songwriter, singer, and member of LA-based rock band The Rescues,Gabriel Mann has made significant strides in almost every corner of the music industry. Equally comfortable in drama and comedy, Mann wrote the unmistakable “Hey Hey” theme and continues to compose underscore for the award-winning hit comedy series Modern Family,and he is currently writing, producing, and singing songs and score for ABC’s breakout drama A Million Little Things.

His score for the Sundance Channel’s prison drama Rectify was dubbed “remarkable” and “hypnotic” by Time magazine. Recent projects School of Rock for Nickelodeon, Dawn of the Croods for Dreamworks Animation, and Fugitive Films’ feature Humor Me show his limitless range; upcoming series include ABC’S comic book drama Stumptown, CBS’ The Unicorn  and Carol’s Second Act,as well as the hit comedy Alexa & Katie and upcoming Christmas comedy Merry Happy Whatever with Dennis Quaid for Netflix.

Mann produced Sara Bareilles‘ first album “Careful Confessions,” was the resident songwriter on all five seasons of Fox’s Arrested Development and opened for Alanis Morrissette as a solo artist on tour through Europe. Additionally, he supported the legendary Rolling Stones at Wembley Arena in England, sang on a Jack in the Box Superbowl ad in Spanish, and is a featured soloist in Office Space and The Lorax. Gabriel backed up Adele on the 2013 Academy Awards,sang on a Muse album, and of course played a Christmas vs. Hanukkah show with Katy Perry.

Kyler England has had an illustrious career as a songwriter and artist. With an unforgettable voice, she is best known for her dance hit, “Take Me” with legendary DJ Tiesto. Her voice may also be familiar as her songs have been featured on TV hundreds of times including on Grey’s Anatomy, Vampire Diaries, Pretty Little Liars, One Tree Hill and Switched At Birth. England is 1/3 of beloved LA band The Rescues, 1/2 of award winning children’s music duo Freckleland, and cowrote 5 songs on Lisa Loeb’s 2018 Grammy winning children’s album, Feel What U Feel. She is currently developing song-driven TV shows for children.
Billy Gottlieb is one of Hollywood’s most sought-after Music Supervisors with nearly 60 Film and TV credits to his name. For over two decades, the Baltimore native by way of Aspen has been applying his knowledge and genuine love of music in helping to shape the soundtracks for memorable shows and films such as Pulpfiction, Bring It On, Clueless, The Cooler, Fringe, and Alias to name a few. An avid lover of live music, Billy can be found on any given night at LA’s hottest concert venues and rock clubs fist pumping and dancing to the music of the coolest artists around. His current supervision projects include A Million Little Things (ABC,) Manifest (NBC,) American Gods (STARZ,) Doom Patrol (DC/UNI,) and The 100 (CW). Billy lives in the fabled Rock ‘n Roll hills of Laurel Canyon.
Lauren Connelly is a film & television editor, originally from Chantilly, Virginia.She graduated from The University of Southern California with a B.A. in Cinema-Television Production. Her credits include television shows such as A Million Little Things on ABC, Masters of Sex on Showtime, and The Son on AMC. Recent feature films include Issac Rentz’ Opening Night & Brewer’s The Trust which premiered at the SXSW Film Festival. She is looking forward to heading back to Season 2 of A Million Little Things. 
  • Check-in begins 6:30PM.
  • If you RSVP but are unable to attend, please cancel your reservation by 10:00AM Friday, June 21.
  • Free for current SCL Members (click HERE to check your membership status) plus one guest who will stay for both the screening and Q&A.
  • Please allow extra time for traffic, security and check-in.
  • This invitation is non-transferable.