Ringside Tracks have been placed on multiple episodes of Cooking With The Stars on ITV.
About Ringside Tracks
Ringside Tracks is a brand new music library created specifically for use in Combat Sports programming. Comprised of 13 dedicated composers (and combat sports fans!) from around the world, the RST team is lead by Tom Harrison, a world-renowned television composer whose music has been used by over 200 different television series to date.
Ringside Tracks is the first and only music library in the world created specifically for Combat and Extreme Sports. We love Wrestling, MMA and all things extreme. Our music hits harder than a steel chair and will help your stories soar like a moonsault off the top of a ladder. Take a listen to our music today, feel free to reach out via email if you have any questions, we'd love to work with you on your latest project.
Creative Director + Lead Composer
The author of the globally published Hal Leonard book “How to Become a Film Composer”, Tom Harrison has had his music placed in over 100 different television series. He was inspired to build Ringside Tracks after having his music placed on WWE: Raw in a flashback sequence of Braun Strowman slamming Kane through the ring!
Tom recently composed and produced the entrance music for Ring of Honor stable Lifeblood, led by then IWGP United States Champion, Juice Robinson. Other sports companies that have used Tom’s music include UFC, PBC Boxing, PGA, NFL and NASCAR. Tom Harrison learned his trade as the assistant composer to John M. Keane on over 50 episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
Tom is a summa cum laude graduate of the Film Scoring BMus at Berklee College of Music and is currently undertaking an MMus in Classical Composition at King's College London.