The Fixer
The Music of The Fixer
Robert Wayne Johnson Robert Wayne Johnson
“The Fixer Theme”

It would be hard to find a songwriter/composer with a richer musical background than Rob Johnson. Through the course of his 30-plus years in the music industry, his experiences have included work in such diverse disciplines as television and film scoring, rock and roll, musical theatre, cabaret and pop. During that time, he has written hundreds of songs, scored dozens of films, composed five musicals and contributed musical compositions to numerous TV shows, movie trailers, films and commercials.

Other projects for which he has composed music include trailers for Madea’s Family Reunion and Daddy’s Little Girl (both for Lionsgate); Heart of the Game (Miramax); Click, starring Adam Sandler; and Scoop, starring Hugh Jackman (Focus Features).  On TV, his work has appeared on The Voice, How I Met Your Mother, Shameless, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, and countless others.

Searching for a single composer to score the entire 100 minute film of The Fixer never came to be due to the fact of there being no budget to pay someone for the job. The most reliable and professional individual to attempt that feat was Robert W. Johnson. The only thing he was able to produce in between his plentiful paying work could not have been more perfect. In a small, “rough demo” track provided, he nailed the exact sound desired for the entire score from day one. After many months and multiple failed arrangements with other composers, Robert got it right the first time. It was thus dubbed “The Fixer Theme,” and appears multiple times throughout the film punctuating many emotional moments. While it’s only one track, the film’s writer, editor, producer, music supervisor, and director, Nick Michalak, could not have been more pleased with what Rob created, and it is sure to have a significant impact on the final film’s score.


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