Brett Epstein, born January 5, 1978, is a musician, songwriter and record producer. He studied at the Berklee College of Music in Boston.

Epstein is a writer on the Kimberly Caldwell (American Idol) debut album “Without Regret“ and co-writer on “Taking Back My Life”. The album was released by Capitol Records. He wrote and produced two tracks entitled “Perfect Stranger” and “Temporary Life” on the Hilary Duff film Material Girls. Epstein has had his songs featured on PBS, specifically in a 9-11 special with the song “United States (Take A Good Look)”, and he has had his songs used on the CBS show Ghost Whisperer. Epstein also had three songs on the USA Olympic Medalist Carly Patterson’s debut Album “Back to the Beginning‘” distributed by Universal Republic Records.

In 2012 Epstein worked with Korean girl group Brown Eyed Girls co-writing and co-producing their single “Come With Me.” Brett played electric guitars on “Pride” off of Cher’s final album entitled “Closer to the Truth” released Sept 24th 2013. Epstein performs on all of his recordings (mainly pianos, synthesizers, guitars, and drum programming).

Most recently, Brett composed the music for ESPN’s 30 for 30 documentary short entitled The Sweat Solution, Life Flight on Lifetime and 2 new documentary shorts due out late Summer 2015, Operation Match and The Little Blue Box.

Brett’s music can be heard on Fox Sports, PBS, ESPN, Hallmark Channel, Lifetime, MTV, CBS, ABC, and Radio Disney.




ESPN 30 for 30 Shorts: The Sweat Solution


Signals: Operation Match





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