Shark, a Los Angeles-based musician, film composer, radio host, and is a founding member and guitarist for American alternative band Wild Colonials. He also records under the name Shark and Co..


Big Bam Boo:

Shark was one-half of the duo Big Bam Boo, that released one album, Fun, Faith, & Fairplay, on MCA Records (Uni Records in US) in 1989. Three singles were released from the album. One single "Shooting From My Heart", was a Top 40 hit in Canada and entered the UK singles charts on 28 January 1989, and reached number 61; it was in the chart for 2 weeks.,

An unreleased second album was released digitally in 2008 as "The New York Tapes".

Wild Colonials:

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Shark founded the alternative rock group Wild Colonials in Los Angeles, in 1992, with Angela McCluskey, Paul Cantelon, Scott Roewe, and Ian Bernard. The group released three albums between 1994 and 2000. Their most recent release, an EP titled Life as We Know It, was released in 2007. The band toured internationally, both as a supporting act and as a headliner.

Film scoring:

Shark composed the scores for a number of films, starting with I Shot a Man in Vegas in 1995, including Me & Will (1999), Frozen Stars (2003), and 2006's How to Go Out on a Date in Queens, He also has made brief appearances and performed off-screen roles in films including a radio disc jockey's voice in I Shot a Man in Vegas and How to Go Out on a Date in Queens.

Solo work:

In November 2008, a cover version of Peter Gabriel's duet with Kate Bush, "Don't Give Up" was released with Dead Rock West singer Cindy Wasserman.,

A cover of Pink Floyd's High Hopes appears on 2003 tribute album A Fair Forgery of Pink Floyd.

The Shark/Scardanelli penned song "Save Your Dreams" has been covered by nine different artists including Gospel act David C. Clarke and The Dynaires and Canadian country singer Justine Stewart, who performed the song at the 2006 World AIDS Day Concert, in Beijing, China. The Central China Television (CCTV) primetime special aired throughout Asia and Europe.1

DJ Shark:

Shark also appears as DJ Shark, DJing film premieres and other events including ESPN's 2004 Super Bowl party in Houston, The Sopranos private Emmy party and the premiere party for the TV movie Their Eyes Were Watching God.

DJ Shark's remix of Rae & Christian's remix of Dinah Washington's "Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby" appeared in the Michael Douglas film It Runs in the Family.

All Time is Now:

DJ Shark hosts a weekly two-hour radio show, "All Time is Now" which premiered on July 15, 2011 on the Los Angeles, radio station Indie 103.1. The multi-format music featured on the show is connected to events; record release dates, #1 chart placings, birthday's, classic gigs, etc. that occurred that week but in different years. The debut show kicked off with the The Rolling Stones song, "Happy" which came out that week, July 15 in 1972.

The show airs every Sunday from 2:00 p.m. till 4:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time to an International audience online.