Lendell Black is a composer/musican, specializing in music for film/television. He has had cuts on nationally syndicated Daytime and Primetime television shows, and has scored a number of films, including the award-winning film, "LeftRight," and "Streets," which premiered on BET in 2012.
Recent album credits include orchestration work on the solo release of Nathan East, renowned jazz/pop bassist.
Lendell Black is a composer/musician, specializing in writing for film and television. As a composer for Harpo Productions and Studio 51 Music, Lendell has had numerous cuts on The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Dr. Oz Show, and others. As a film composer, Lendell has scored two independent feature films: the award-winning, LeftRight (2008), and Streets (2011), as well as the 35-minute animated film, Character Tales (2010). Lendell has recently signed on to score several other projects currently in pre-production. As a keyboard player, Lendell is currently playing with country artists, Georgette Jones, David Frizzell, and Shelly West, along with rock/pop artist, Lyn Liechty.