The Fixer
The Music of The Fixer
Yana Stenberg Yana Stenberg

Single Artist, aka Yana, hails from Europe. Trained musician specializing in bass guitar. She began her career performing with the local orchestra for audiences worldwide. Yana made the transition from classical music to rock. Her exposure as a multi-talented musician for an all female rock band brought her to the forefront as the lead singer.

After additional training in London in Music Management, Yana's next assignment was a band tour manager in Scandinavia. Despite her full-time duties as a band tour manager, Yana entered into national competition on MTV and was nominated as one of the top five female guitar players featured in Finland. Yana extended her management skills into marketing and promotions that lead to her arriving in Los Angeles, CA.

She was a Music Business Major at Berklee College of Music and earned her degree in Music Business at Full Sail University. Since 2008 Single Artist was signed to several projects for Independent movie productions. She is also a private coach in bass guitar and the personal manager for young artist Rocking Nikki.

There was a desire with The Fixer to create a distinct musical theme for the main character Vic Simmons. Contact was made with Yana in early 2009 for this purpose. Many months of work went back and forth between Yana and RavensFilm Productions to try crafting something in the vein of Jan Hammer’s “Crockett’s Theme” from the Miami Vice teleivision series. Ultimately, multiple tracks from Apocalypse Cow were edited together for this purpose, but Yana’s original composition of “Hope” found life elsewhere in the film. Its lightly emotional tone and melodic quality was applied, in part, as a music cue for Katie Bishop early in the film.
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