Jeannie Tanner is a singer-songwriter, composer, arranger, multi-instrumentalist and producer. Her music has been used for many TV/Film projects including Single Ladies (VH1 – produced by Queen Latifah), Culinary Travels with Dave Eckert (PBS/The Travel Channel), Revenge (ABC), Real Wives of Beverly Hills (Bravo), Fox NFL Kickoff and Days of Our Lives (NBC).
Ms. Tanner’s music has been featured in many movies including A Christmas Duet (Hallmark), Christmas Cookies (Hallmark), Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas (Hallmark), Doomsday Mom (Lifetime) and Christmas in the Air (Hallmark) — as well as Indie films Blame It On Toby (starring Kevin J. O’Connor) and Scrooge and Marley (starring David Pevsner, Tim Kazurinsky and Rusty Schwimmer).
She composed the music for a new web series called Bong Zombies (directed by Mick Napier), available now on Amazon Prime; and wrote the score for a documentary for Preservation Chicago, which features some of the historic homes in the Arlington-Deming district in Lincoln Park. The film is narrated by Ward Miller, Executive Director of Preservation Chicago, and culminates with an inside tour of the Sarah Belle Home at 522 Deming. Jeannie has composed the music for several YWCA corporate videos and in September of 2021, she wrote the music for the Art Institute of Chicago’s video presentation of paintings from the Impressionist wing.
Jeannie Tanner TV/Film Music Sampler
See Jeannie Tanner’s latest work – all original music/underscore
Art Institute of Chicago
Art Institute of Chicago / Impressionist Paintings – Music by Jeannie Tanner
Preservation Chicago Documentary
Arlington Deming Historic District – Music by Jeannie Tanner
Social Impact Reimagined – YWCA
Social Impact Reimagined – YWCA video – Music by Jeannie Tanner
Hallmark Original Movie
Jeannie Tanner’s music on Hallmark Original Movie
Hallmark Movie “Christmas Cookies”
Hallmark Movie “Christmas Cookies” featuring “Deck the Halls” by Jeannie Tanner
Hallmark Movie “Christmas in the Air”
Hallmark Movie “Christmas in the Air” featuring “Deck the Halls” by Jeannie Tanner