Power pop vocalist/guitarist Mike Viola was created and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, and had self-released a single recording before teaming with schoolmate Todd Foulsham within the short-lived ’80s music group Snap! Viola and Foulsham after that relocated to NEW YORK and shaped the Chocolate Butchers; Viola also used local pop rings including Ivy plus they MAY BE Giants’ John Flansburgh’s part task Mono Puff. With Ivy’s Adam Schlesinger, he co-wrote and sang the Grammy-winning name music to Tom Hanks’ 1996 rock and roll & roll humor, That Thing ONE DOES! That same yr, the Chocolate Butchers authorized to Blue Thumb and released their debut EP, Live at La Bonbonniere. The duo’s self-titled debut LP proceeded to go unreleased after Blue Thumb proceeded to go bankrupt, nevertheless, and in 1999 the Chocolate Butchers finally arrived on the Sony affiliate marketer RPM to concern Falling Into Place. In 2004, RPM released Hold on Mike, once again credited to Chocolate Butchers. Viola proceeded to go completely independent by 2005, launching his next record, the live single acoustic collection RIGHT BEFORE Dark, by himself HELLO Monkey label. Released in 2006, CREATING Time included previously unreleased archival recordings of Candy Butchers, 1994-1998. In 2007, Viola released another archival disk, Temple of Static, a assortment of music and studio room whimsy he previously documented in 2001, accompanied by the studio room albums Lurch (2007) and Electro de Perfecto (2012).
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|Australian Story||2014||TV Series documentary writer - 1 episode|
|Sex Tape||2014||performer: "So Much Better" / writer: "So Much Better"|
|Fun Size||2012||writer: "HOMEROOM LADY"|
|Voices Reaching Out||2012||TV Movie writer: "You Won't Let Me"|
|Sunrise||2012||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|A Current Affair||2012||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|The Voice||2012||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Bunheads||2012||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|That's What She Said||2012/I||arranger: "Hot and Hazy", "That's Not Bad For A Girl", "Loving You Baby", "Jube", "Surprise Surprise", "C.P.M.", "Here Kitty Kitty", "Real Love" / performer: "Hot and Hazy", "That's Not Bad For A Girl", "All Wrong", "Loving You Baby", "Jube", "Surprise Surprise", "C.P.M.", "Here Kitty Kitty", "Hand Of God", "Real Love" / producer: "Hot and Hazy", "That's Not Bad For A Girl", "Loving You Baby", "Jube", "Surprise Surprise", "C.P.M.", "Here Kitty Kitty", "Real Love" / writer: "Hot and Hazy", "That'|
|Get Him to the Greek||2010||writer: "African Child Trapped In Me", "The Clap", "Little Bird", "Furry Walls"|
|Did You Hear About the Morgans?||2009||writer: "What to Do with Michael" - as Michael Viola|
|Smother||2008/II||performer: "Bed By the Water", "Say Goodbye"|
|Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story||2007||writer: "A Life Without You Is No Life At All", "Darling", " I Hate You Big Daddy", "Let Me Hold You Little Man", "Beautiful Ride", "Sir Ringe the Marshmallow Elephant", "Who Wants to Party!", "Weeping on the Inside"|
|In the Land of Women||2007||performer: "Leisure Time", "Blending In" / writer: "Leisure Time", "Blending In"|
|Zero Effect||1998||writer: "Till You Die"|
|Jenny Lewis: She's Not Me||2015||Video short music producer, guitar, piano|
|Danny Collins||2015||additional vocals|
|That's What She Said||2012/I||music editor|
|American Artifact: The Rise of American Rock Poster Art||2009||Documentary composer: additional music|
|Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story||2007||music consultant|
|That Thing You Do!||1996||additional vocalist|
|Pure McCartney||2013||Lead vocal, piano (singing voice)|
|Get Him to the Greek||2010||Furry Walls Rhythm Guitarist|
|Welcome to Inspiration||2015|
|That's What She Said||2012/I|
|Last Call with Carson Daly||2002||TV Series||Himself - Musical Guest|
|Time of Your Life||1999||TV Series||Himself|
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|2010||HFCS Award||Houston Film Critics Society Awards||Best Original Song||Get Him to the Greek (2010)||· Dan Bern|
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