As the Disney Channel celebrates its 10th anniversary, Non-Stop Productions, 915 W. 100 South, produced the television theme music.
Randy Thornton and Bryan Hofheins, principals in Non-Stop, worked with Disney's executive producer Mike Nichols on a remake of Marky Mark's 1991 hit "Good Vibrations." Thornton said the song epitomizes Disney's image of families and wholesome entertainment.Local vocalists Ron Williams and Nolanda Smalden performed the Chuck Meyers and Lance Lenhart updated arrangement described as a synthesizer-enhanced contemporary techno piece. Judd Maher engineered the project, which consists of 90-, 60-, 30-, 15- and 10-second pieces that will be used for the remainder of 1993.
The company also produced the music for the preview of Buena Vista's Huck Finn movie, which was shown several weeks ago. Area musician Vince Frates composed the work and Hofheins assisted with its orchestration by a 73-piece orchestra.