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Betsy Hammer, Vocals
Cover - Betsy Hammer, Vocals
Writers: Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
Betsy Hammer, Vocals
Writers: Steve Dean & Betsy Hammer
Betsy Hammer, Vocals & Guitar
Writer: Betsy Hammer
On Dec. 22, 2021, in the wonderful animated sequel "SING 2," "Can-do Koala Buster Moon" and his All-Star Cast of Animal Performers launch a dazzling stage extravaganza in the glittering Entertainment Capital of The World. With the Voices of Reese Witherspoon, Matthew McConaughey, Scarlett Johansson, Tori Kelly, Bono and many more! Betsy is part of a vocal ensemble singing in "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" in this uplifting Illumination/Universal film!
Betsy as The Funeral Singer, singing "Wind Beneath My Wings," in Adam Sandler's "Hubie Halloween"!!
Watch the video below
"Me Too" on RSM Records!
ACT. SING. COACH.
Betsy Hammer has been dubbed
"The Singing Actress."
Betsy Hammer is a Pro Actress, Singer/Songwriter,
Vocal Coach, Music Producer, and
Associate Music Supervisor who
enthusiastically loves her work
in Music, Film, Theatre, and TV.
Betsy is Classically trained, with a
Bachelor of Music from the Ohio Univ.
School of Music, College of Fine
Arts, graduating cum laude,
with two years post-graduate vocal
studies in the Masters of Music program
at The Cleveland Institute of Music.
For many years, she’s been immersed
in the Entertainment industry,
performing in Film, on TV, live
on stage, with bands and in Equity
productions, singing in studio sessions,
vocal coaching, as a music director
for shows, and associate music supervising
for Adam Sandler's fabulous
Happy Madison Productions
”I trust Betsy! Thanks for all your help.”
(upon producing Cher’s vocal, and singing on mic with Cher, for the End Titles song of the movie “Zookeeper”)
Betsy shares her passion for the aforementioned as a dynamic,
successful Vocal Coach.
Betsy is a vocalist in Adam Sandler’s SandMan JamBand.
Adam’s annual holiday show is Produced by Brooks Arthur,
our Bandleader is guitar legend Waddy Wachtel, and
Betsy is Associate Producer for the annual show.
Suffice it to say the JamBand Rocks the House!!!
With Adam Sandler’s JamBand, Betsy has performed at the MTV
Movie Awards, The House of Blues, as well as Jack Black’s
“Festival Supreme.” For Adam’s annual holiday party,
Betsy’s sung with such guest artists as Rick Springfield,
Don Felder (The Eagles), Dennis DeYoung (Styx), Gene
Simmons (KISS), Jeff Lynne (ELO), Debbie Harry (Blondie),
Ann Wilson (Heart), Eddie Money, Tommy James, Jackson
Browne, Vanilla Ice, Tyler Ritter (All-American Rejects),
Ron Dante (“Sugar, Sugar”), Rick Derringer (“Rock
and Roll Hoochie Koo”), Tiffany (“I Think We’re
Alone Now”), Tom Morello, SLASH and
Gary Wright, among others.
MUSIC PRODUCER & SUPERVISOR
As Associate Music Supervisor, Betsy worked on
these films: “I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry,” “You Don’t Mess With The Zohan,” “The House Bunny,” “Bedtime Stories,” “Grown Ups,” “Just Go With It,” “Jack and Jill,” “That’s My Boy,” and “Grown Ups 2.” Betsy served as Music Consultant for Adam’s film “Click.”
Betsy has had the pleasure of working with Adam Sandler at his film company, Happy Madison Productions, for twelve years. During that time, she had opportunities in various roles – as singer,
actress, music co-producer, music consultant,
associate producer of Adam’s annual holiday
show, and as an associate music supervisor
in Happy Madison’s music department.
As Associate Producer of “The Jewish Songbook: The Heart and Humor of A People” (Shout! Factory Records), Betsy co-produced Paul Shaffer, Neil Sedaka, Adam Sandler, the late great Marvin
Hamlisch, Brooks Arthur, Lainie Kazan, The Manhattan Transfer,
Dave Koz, Jason Alexander, Rob Schneider, Robert Smigel, Kenny Karen and Richard Belzer. As a Featured Artist on “The Jewish Songbook,” Betsy recorded a duet of “Sabbath Prayer” with
renowned singer/actor Theodore Bikel.
One of Betsy's greatest times as Music Producer
was producing, one-on-one, legendary icon Cher, who played the Lioness in the film “Zookeeper.” While recording Cher’s vocals,
Betsy and Cher literally sang across from one another on facing microphones–as Cher deftly learned all of her singing parts–on the spot.
Cher would ask Betsy to come up with a
harmony, and Cher would nail it.
It was totally exhilarating singing and working
with Cher –- a truly sensational and memorable experience. For the “Zookeeper” End Titles song, Betsy also co-produced these other great artists: Sylvester Stallone, Judd Apatow, Maya Rudolph,
Lance Bass, Jim Breuer, Rich Minervini,
Jon Favreau, Faizon Love, Bas Ruten, and
Adam Sandler, whose character
“Donald the Monkey” is hilarious!
"MY MUSIC MENTORS"
Since 1995 Betsy Hammer has worked in many
capacities in Nashville, LA and NY with
renowned GRAMMY Award-winning Comedy & Music Engineer/Record Producer and Music Supervisor Brooks Arthur.
Betsy has served as Assistant, Co-Producer,
Associate Producer, Associate Music Supervisor,
and Co-Writer with Brooks Arthur, as well has having
been produced by him. “It’s absolute joy when I’m at the mic in the studio singing on Brooks' productions!”
While living in Nashville, Betsy had the honor and
great privilege of becoming friends with one of her
Music Mentors, the late great world-famous guitar
legend, Chet Atkins.
Chet invited Betsy to recording sessions, had her sit in
on business meetings, and even treated her to a guitar
one day at a Gibson factory they visited!
“Chet was an incredibly inspirational soul --
one of the most brilliant, funny, unpretentious creative
artists I’ve ever been blessed to know!”
"When I first met Adam Sandler in the ‘90’s at Brooks Arthur’s show “CROONERS,” I had no idea that just a few years later I’d be enjoying the blessing of working with Adam at his film company Happy Madison, creatively assisting Brooks with Adam’s music projects. Working across the hall from Adam for a dozen years was an opportunity to learn from a comedic genius. Adam is a phenomenally focused, hard-working, hysterical artist, a sharp, high-powered executive, and a devoted family man and loyal friend. If someone finds out that I’ve worked with Adam they inevitably ask, “Is he as nice a guy as he seems?” The answer is “Yes.” Knowing Adam Sandler through all these years has had a profound impact on my life and I appreciate every opportunity he offers me. Adam is a unique, brilliant, hilarious soul and I’m grateful for the immensely positive influence he’s had and continues to have on my life. It’s as good as it gets working with and respecting a true master. "
"BANG: The Bert Berns Story" 2017, Betsy Hammer, Associate Producer