The Lerios Brothers are a Composer/Producer team consisting of brothers Michael & Demitri Lerios. The two have had the opportunity of working with some of the top Producers/Writers in the business such as; Grammy award winning Producer/Writer Desmond Child (BonJovi, Aerosmith, Ricky Martin, etc.), Andreas Carlson (Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears, Katy Perry, etc.). Michael and Demitri have also worked with critically acclaimed Directors and Producers in the film and Television world such as; music video Producer/Director Anthony Mandler (JayZ, Rihanna, Beyonce, etc.), Brahm Wenger (Mack&Moxy, Airbud Movie Series), Greg Bonann (Baywatch, Saf3), and Benny Boom (All Eyez On Me, BET Best Music Video Producer).
After being signed and making a record with Universal Music Group, Michael and Demitri ventured into the world of film and television a little less than a year ago. The duo are still very present in the world of writing/producing for artists and bands, not to mention their own project, Fox Wilde. The Lerios Brothers specialize in contemporary score and song writing for television, film, advertising, and radio.
The duo is also fresh out of the studio with James Maslow (Big Time Rush Alumn) and Rebecca Black (YouTube Sensation) writing and producing their Solo debut singles. Chances are if you haven’t heard the music of “Fox Wilde” yet, you have undoubtedly heard a Lerios Brothers creation.
They continue to develop “Fox Wilde” as their main project now. They are also seasoned Film and TV Composers, having just completed the underscore for YouTube TV’s much anticipated documentary “Simply Complicated:” The Story of Mega Pop Star Demi Lovato. They have also provided music for clients Viacom, Love Magazine, Ember Technology, Clean and Clear, The Black Tux, and The Entertainment Foundation to name a few. The Brothers most recent endeavor includes assisting in Fremantle Television’s newest project to re-release 9 Seasons (199 episodes) of the legendary TV series “Baywatch." Michael and Demitri play a crucial role in coordinating the effort of seeking out musical artists, as well as writing themselves, to replace the 300+ classic Montage songs seen throughout the series.