Lifetime's most popular series Army Wives season finale aired Sunday June 12. Army Wives features music from the award-winning composer trio of Marc Fantini, Steffan Fantini, and Scott Gordon.
“Musically it is a fun show," Scott Gordon explains. "We are able to explore a variety of musical elements to embody the ups and downs of living on an army base." Although ending its fifth season, a recent episode of Army Wives broke viewership records for Lifetime. The composers will participate in a panel at AFI on June 22nd entitled, “Composing music for Dramatic Television.”
An organic, raw, acoustically-driven score resulted for the critically-acclaimed Lifetime series. Guitars, piano, ukuleles and even a charango - a South American string instrument of the lute family dominate the music. “Knowing that our music is often the unseen character, we strive to create a unique and original musical identity for each project we embark on,” says Steffan. The composers scored all five seasons of Army Wives, as well as the hit CBS series Criminal Minds and its spin-off, Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior. The composers’ talent for writing in all genres of...