We have collected the best Jingles Quotes by famous authors including Valerie Simpson, Dalip Tahil, Julianne Moore, Andrew Ridgeley, Big E and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.
I was a good sight reader and I could sing two or three of these jingles a day. An orchestra would come in for half an hour, and then the singers would come in and knock ’em out, and go on to the next one. I was the voice of Budweiser and Almond Joy.
I worked for some of the major productions and did many jingles and voiceovers.
There was a period of time in America where the advertising world actually went to the housewives of America and had them write jingles that would appeal to them. It was actually brilliant marketing.
We were the best of friends. We monkeyed around recording sketches and jingles in George’s bedroom. On November 5, 1979, I phoned George and said ‘It’s now or never.’ Then we formed our first band.
One of the things that resonated with me is that ‘Schoolhouse Rock’ started in the 1970s, but there are so many people, regardless of age, who can still recite the jingles and know things about bills and laws because of that show.
Coming from a middle class background, I faced a lot of hardships during my initial years in Mumbai. I did not have much money and had to sing jingles and bhajans to survive. But those years taught me that a singer should be versatile.
I just think I started off like many composers, just in different fields of music I was doing. I started doing a lot of commercials and jingles, and then that led to doing TV and then films and games and TV.
Kailash Surendranath believed in me and my talent when I was just 19, and he gave me my first big commercial and thereafter worked with me on 25 jingles which really made people notice my work in the ad world.
Who are critics? Do they know about music? Have they proved themselves in the field? I remember, when we came up with the music of ‘Dil Chahta Hai,’ some of the critics said that the songs sounded like jingles.
Astrology is an aesthetic affront. It cheapens astronomy, like using Beethoven for commercial jingles.
It was in Delhi when I started doing jingles and making money through music.
On radio, I loved Noel Edmonds’s Radio 1 breakfast show – and Tony Blackburn. I can still hear those bloody jingles deep in my brain.
As a musician, I have sung, composed, and played instruments, and a lesser-known fact is that I have composed 20-30 ad jingles as well.
From ad jingles, films, background scores, digital platforms to live concerts, I am open to all kinds of projects where I can showcase my talent.
There was a jingle house called Lucas/McFaul in New York, and they called me ‘the demo king.’ I almost never had the big final – in jingles, you have the big final, and then you sing on it, and you make a good deal of money.
On ‘American Top 40’ the Kasem voice soared and swooped, like an expert aural acrobat, through promos, jingles and dedications, usually rising to a dramatic peak for the top-selling song of the week.
I love Sell Out, I think it’s great. I love the jingles. The whole thing as an album is a wonderful piece of work. The cover. Everything about it. It’s got humor, great songs, irony.