Michael Arrom

Piano \ Keyboards \ Producer

729 Reviews (720 Verified)
Michael Arrom on SoundBetter

#1 pianist for repeat clients! I've played with Keith Urban, Steve Vai, Hunter Hayes and many more. I’d love to work with you! I’m an award-winning keyboardist and faculty member at the USC Thornton School of Music. Enjoy major label quality on an indie budget. Always professional, friendly and patient with clients of all experience levels.

I love working with clients just like you! Hire me and find out why I have more repeat clients than any other pianist on SoundBetter. Your song matters and I’d love to help bring your vision to life. Whether providing dynamic piano, tasteful B3 organ, custom synthscapes or sculpting entire songs, you can count on me to deliver what’s right for your song. I strive to deliver major label quality at an unbeatable price.

I have the experience to give you the professionalism you deserve. I've worked with Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony, CMA, MTV, Dove, and Rock Hall of Fame winners; I bring passion and energy to every project. My work ethic and expertise have landed me on global tours, iconic venues, major festivals, and network TV (Grammys, GMA, Today, Sesame Street, Glee, Schoolhouse Rock)! Read my news panel for details on my adventures.

I can help you with many genres. I studied classical piano with a Juilliard teacher for 12 years. I'm a graduate of the USC Popular Music program where I've also been on the music faculty for 6 years. Jazz and pop legend Patrice Rushen ("Forget Me Nots") and Dave Rosenthal (Billy Joel) are my mentors. I'm also an Associate of The Recording Academy and an alumnus of Grammy Camp and Grammy NEXT programs. I've been playing in rock bands for 17 years.

Read my credits and reviews and hire me with confidence. Let’s make some great music together!

Click the 'Contact' above to get in touch. Looking forward to hearing from you.

729 Reviews - 141 Repeat Clients

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  1. Review by Kiat G.

    Always amazing work by Michael! Highly recommended 🥳🥳🥳

  2. Review by KG
    by KG

    Always amazing work by Michael. He did the horn scores for a song he arranged last year which i still enjoying thoroughly! 🥳

  3. Review by Andrew D.

    I've worked on a few projects with Michael now, and each one has been a breeze. Michael delivers great tracks every time, and is quick to make any adjustments needed. He's also well-versed in music theory, which makes it easy to communicate about the tracks we're working on. I would recommend Michael to anyone.

  4. Review by Fabien
    by Fabien

    Michael is so great at many things:
    good communication, understanding needs, and giving brilliant results on the piano.

  5. Review by ashlley w.

    Michael never ceases to amaze me how he tines into my ideas so smoothly and naturally. Really a professional guy and a pleasure to work with.

  6. Review by Pixie L.

    Michael was a DREAM to work with. I'm normally quite particular, but he managed to achieve EXACTLY what I was looking for in just the 1st revision (and even then, it was all very minor changes.) He truly listens to your vision and explains his thought process in detail. Not only that, but his communication was impeccable - he responded promptly and was open to answering any questions or concerns. I'm extremely impressed by his work ethic and the quality of work produced. Thanks, Mike! :)

  7. Review by John T.

    This was my first time working with Michael and it won't be my last. I'm very impressed by his professionalism, communication and of course his creativity and piano playing. Thank you Michael.

  8. Review by Alex S.

    Second time working with Michael and it was as amazing as the first time. Super talented, perfectly captures the emotion of your song for an arrangement and he’s also a very nice person. Recommending him always!

  9. Review by Erik J.

    Michael just delivered another great piano track for me. I am so happy to have him as part of my songs. Wish he could be a permanent member of the band, haha.

  10. Review by Jill K.

    Michael is a 10-star professional: His communication is timely and clear, he creates the feel I want, and his goal is to make the client happy. Michael is a pleasure to work with and makes the project fun.

  11. Review by ron k.
    by ron k.

    As always I'm blessed to have Michael to work with! Never disappoints and gives his best every time. Look forward to working with him again!

  12. Review by Erik Jonasson

    Michael helped me once again with a piano track and he followed my reference track and also added some spice to it to improve the track even more. Thanks!

  13. Review by Magnus H.

    Michael made a fantastic piano arrangement for a new song I've created. He consistently maintains the highest standard in all his work.

  14. Review by Francis L.

    Ludwig van Beethoven...I mean Michael has arranged the most wonderful strings for my song. Very professional and a pleasant fella!

  15. Review by Soph Lilly

    I highly recommend working with Mike! Mike created an outstanding piano track for my song. He is super talented, kind, caring, and puts a lot of thought into working with all artists from indie to superstar. Thanks so much Mike!

  16. Review by Chris F.

    How could i say... Perfect work as usual and a great feeling for the song. Thanks a lot again. 'til next ;-)

  17. Review by Amir E.

    Michael is the best and Im so grateful to be able to work with him. This is the 3rd collab we have worked on and he nails it every time. A true pro. Thanks buddy!

  18. Review by Alexxsjohnson

    Amazingly poignant piano accompaniments to my tracks— always infuses the work with so much depth, detail and tonal precision! On point collaborator!

  19. Review by Chris F.

    Once again a perfect collaboration. The way Michael works is exemplary. The piano parts - what can I say: Simply unbelievably good. He responds so well to the song and conjures up a great piano line. I'm looking forward to more collaborations! Thank you very much Michael!

  20. Review by Marty Fingus

    Michael was fab to work with.
    He has a great ability to intelligently convey what a song requires
    This is evident in the result along with years of dedication of playing and understanding.
    Much appreciated it was a privilege.
    Thank you

Interview with Michael Arrom

  1. Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?

  2. A: I was invited by Mike Stoller's family to take part in a tribute to the late Jerry Leiber. Leiber & Stoller were the first songwriters to be inducted into the Rock Hall of Fame. Their work was foundational to modern music and helped launch the career of Elvis Presley with songs like "Hound Dog" and "Jailhouse Rock". I was asked to play Hammond organ in an incredible band that paid tribute to their work. Mike Stoller is a living legend and one of my heroes. I will never forget playing alongside him in a loving tribute to his friend and collaborator. More recently, the Stoller family invited me to serve as music director for Mike Stoller's wife, jazz legend Corky Hale. Having Mike Stoller sitting in front of the Catalina Jazz Club while I played songs from his catalog was absolutely thrilling!

  3. Q: What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?

  4. A: Is your music "work for hire"? Absolutely yes! The work I give you is always inspired by your creativity. I respond to your original music by adding a good bit of professional polish and flair, but I work hard to make your creation uniquely yours. I'll sometimes push that envelope a bit when invited to do so, but I find more satisfaction in helping you to express your own creativity. My SoundBetter promise is to deliver the highest quality professional services to you and your art. You always have 100% ownership in the work that I do for you. I do have my own creative artist portfolio, but that's not offered for sale here. For clients wanting a signed "Work for Hire" agreement, I'm happy to oblige on simple agreements, preferably if discussed prior to beginning a job. Please be careful in selecting your legal advisor. Boilerplate contracts can often contain a lot of superfluous language which doesn't apply to our situation. Particularly problematic are "indemnity" provisions. A crafty lawyer thought it was clever to transfer infinite potential liability onto a musician in exchange for a small payment. Understand your own contract and ask yourself if you would sign it. Please leave those provisions out of anything that you send to me. If you seriously need the indemnity and have a 5 figure budget for my work, let me know and we can talk about putting the appropriate liability insurance in place.

  5. Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

  6. A: If credentials are important to you, don't be bashful about asking me to give you details. You're entitled to verify my qualifications. I've got great stories to share about my musical adventures! I don't make any claims on my bio unless I have rock solid backup. You're wondering if I've really played with Rock Hall of Famers? Yes, twice! I played with Mike Stoller at a tribute to Jerry Lieber. I also accompanied John Fogerty at a huge fundraising gala. I've also played music for Bill Withers and had Lindsey Buckingham introduce my performance with Keith Urban. The time that Randy Jackson called me, "dawg"? The time that I played at an Italian villa with Emily Ratajkowski sitting a few feet away from me? I've got a million true stories about my rock and roll life! Hit me with anything, I got you! ...then ask other musicians to back up their stories too.

  7. Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?

  8. A: I’ve been studying, teaching, performing and creating music for 20+ years! My first professional performance was at age 13. I got my first big break during my senior year of high school. First, the Grammy Foundation selected me to accompany Keith Urban on live national television at the American Country Awards. Just a few months later, I passed a grueling audition to play keyboards for Steve Vai on an international tour through Australia, New Zealand and Asia. My high school has a tradition of taking a senior class photo in which all college-bound students wear their future college t-shirt. Amidst a group of friends going to places like Harvard and MIT, I posed for my photo wearing a black Steve Vai concert t-shirt! I finished my tour with Steve and continued my music education at the highly competitive USC Thornton Popular Music Program. I completed the program with multiple department awards and Summa Cum Laude honors. Shortly after graduation, I was invited to return to USC as the youngest member of the Thornton Pop Music faculty team. I currently teach Keyboard Proficiency and Pop Arranging for music majors as well as numerous private and group studio lessons. The balance of my time is spent supporting my indie and major label clients on studio projects and live concerts around the world. I love my SoundBetter clients and the opportunities that they provide me while I continue to build my career. I have a lot of incredibly exciting things in the near future which I can't wait to share with you!

  9. Q: What type of music do you usually work on?

  10. A: I am 100% a music geek! I find beauty in all music and happily work on any music style. I've had rigorous music theory training and I understand how to analyze and create music from all traditions. My work is as varied as the creativity and traditions of my clients. Pop, rock, metal, blues, country, folk, jazz, rap, edm, musical theater, gospel, classical, Latin, Canto-Pop...I've done it all. My favorite challenge was adapting a client's piano composition to fit in the theoretical language of carnatic music. I was happy to devote lots of extra unpaid hours to that project for the sake of my own learning. If you stump me with a challenge I can't meet, I'll be the first to admit it. I'll never begin a project I know I can't finish.

  11. Q: What are you working on at the moment?

  12. A: I’m currently splitting my time between work in Los Angeles and New York. I’m doing an eclectic mix of live gigs, music direction, session work, sound design, film scoring, production, teaching and musical notation work. The modern musician is an entrepreneur.

  13. Q: Analog or digital and why?

  14. A: I love them both. Like any tool, you get the best results when you use the right tool for the job. My favorite instrument for LIVE solo performance will usually be a full concert grand. For studio recording, the situation becomes more complicated. For nearly every other situation, DIGITAL is the way to go. Modern digital VSTs such as Ivory are often your best choice. A good piano recording relies on a long chain of events, each of which are difficult to get right. You must have an excellent instrument, in top repair and tuning, in a well-controlled sonic environment, with excellent placement of quality microphones and with high quality preamps and a good audio interface. Skimp on any link in that chain and the entire result suffers. Top piano VST's such as Ivory are created under ideal conditions and sound incredibly lifelike. Grandma's old upright tucked in the corner of someone's living room and recorded with a cheap USB microphone has a cool aesthetic, but is unsuitable for most circumstances. Fresh tuning of the piano is critically important, even if you don't have perfect pitch. Every piano's tune will begin to shift in subtle ways immediately after tuning. You might not notice these changes on listening to the piano solo. However, if you mix the piano with any other pitched instrument, differences in tuning will make themselves evident in the form of unpleasant beat frequencies. If you're going to go through the trouble of making an acoustic recording, it's important to make sure that the piano is freshly tuned. Another important consideration is the noise floor. Pianos are complex mechanical instruments with lots of moving parts. These parts can all contribute to a higher background noise level if not treated correctly. Modern productions are usually subjected to heavy compression during the mastering stage where these sounds can come out in undesirable ways. Modern VST instruments respond beautifully to compression, reverb and other production effects. Lastly, don't confuse YouTube MIDI scroll tracks with the capabilities of VSTs. The MIDI standard allows for detailed encoding of key velocity. A good MIDI controller is capable of recording 128 discrete steps in how hard a key is pressed. This information is used by a professional-grade VST to produce just the right sound from the sample library. Those horrible MIDI scroll videos are usually created using a single key velocity value. Those recordings have zero feeling and sound awful. The problem is with the source MIDI, not with the capabilities of MIDI VSTs. I work with and know several major label artists with effectively unlimited budgets whose preference is digital. If you want details, let me know and I'll tell you some cool stories. One of the people I know is an official "Steinway Artist" who performs with MIDI. I have lots of samples in my portfolio of incredible digital performances. This portfolio includes situations where a "real" piano was available yet the client preferred the use of the Ivory VST. If after all this you're not convinced, I'm happy to accommodate your wishes. In addition to my time, please expect to pay a separate charge for piano tuning and for professional studio rental. Revisions will require return trips to the studio. I recommend setting up a live chat while in the studio to avoid revisions. If you have the budget for professional studio recording, l'd be happy to discuss acoustic recording options with you. I have a handful of clients who want the aesthetic of live piano and I know how to deliver top results.

  15. Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?

  16. A: 100% effort until you're 100% satisfied. Music that serves your song. Professionalism throughout in my work, communications and follow up.

  17. Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?

  18. A: Being a succesful musician requires excellent personal time management skills. Teaching lessons, live music sessions and tour travel can turn your schedule into a chaotic mess. Without a plan for filling in the smaller gaps, it's easy to waste a lot of time. SoundBetter is an incredible platform for helping me manage my career. By taking advantage of the flexibility in remote sessions, I can use this platform to stay productive all the time. It's a fantastic win-win situation where I can offer independent artists my best rates anywhere in exchange for the flexibility to work around my schedule.

  19. Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.

  20. A: I do a variety of work for my clients. The simplest is when I create a piano backing track for an existing song. From there, my work expands into writing original keyboard parts to complement your melody. I can also do an extensive amount of soundscaping where I add additional synth layers to give your song that radio-ready vibe.

  21. Q: What's your typical work process?

  22. A: First, I do a lot of listening...listening to the music, listening for the meaning of the song and listening to my client. I'll ask thoughtful questions until I'm confident that I understand your needs. At that point, I'll listen back carefully to your stems to make sure I understand the structural elements of your song: chord patterns, tempo, dynamics, etc. I'll consult with you to select an appropriate voice (piano, organ, synth, etc) and then get to work creating your track. I record both audio and MIDI to allow us to fine tune the performance to your satisfaction. I'll bounce an mp3 of the entire song and share that with you for discussion and for any desired revisions. Once you're 100% satisfied, I'll send you both the isolated wav file and associated MIDI data.

  23. Q: What's your strongest skill?

  24. A: A standard piano has 88 keys, but there is so much more that you can bring out of the instrument. The full name is piano-forte and that says something about the dynamic ability to express everything between barely a whisper and booming thunder. I have years of top-notch classical training to be able to express the entire range of dynamics to create an arc that complements and enhances the emotional content of your song. You'll rarely hear piano work like mine.

  25. Q: What do you like most about your job?

  26. A: Sharing my skills with other talented musicians to create something special.

  27. Q: What do you bring to a song?

  28. A: I have a full professional palette of skills to bring to your music. I’m not just a pianist, but also a skilled producer and keyboard multi-instrumentalist. I know my way around a Hammond organ and all the synthesizer and production technologies. I use my skills to sculpt the perfect keyboard tracks around your music. I’ll always do that while paying careful attention to the message and feeling of your song.

I Can't Make You Love Me (Cover)

I was the Pianist and Arranger in this production

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    When We Were Young (live cover)
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10 business day service; Free revisions until full-satisfaction; ALL WORK IS 100% WFH; May not credit without prior approval. Please request any legal docs and videos at time of proposal.

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  • Adele
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Gear Highlights
  • Korg Kronos
  • Arturia KeyLab88
  • Ivory III
  • LogicProX
  • Omnisphere
  • NI Komplete
  • Arturia V-Collection
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  • live acoustic piano available with outside studio rental and tuning surcharge
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$50 discount on your next project if you refer me to a new client who completes a job with me.

  • Heading Out on US Tour With Hunter HayesApr 01, 2024

    Hey SoundBetter Family! I’m heading out on a 3rd US tour with pop-country artist, Hunter Hayes. I’ll be out from April 7 to May 14th. Drop me a note if you’re going to one of the shows! 

  • Tokyo Anime Awards Filled with Glitter and GlamourMar 04, 2024

    I'm proud to have composed 4 custom symphonic pieces that were used at the 2024 Crunchyroll Anime Awards in Tokyo. You can hear my tracks introducing presenters LiSA, So Takei, Iman Vellani and Rashmika Mandanna. 

  • My String Quartet Arrangement Performed at 66th Annual Grammy Awards!Feb 17, 2024

    I'm proud to have arranged the string quartet that performed during Harvey Mason, Jr's "Chairman's Speech" at the 66th annual Grammy Awards. 

  • Congratulations to Diane Warren on OSCAR Nomination #15!Feb 17, 2024

    I'm proud to have created the 60-piece orchestral arrangement for Diane Warren's OSCAR-nominated song, "The Fire Inside", featuring Becky-G. Wishing her luck at the Academy Awards on March 10th!

  • I'm back in LA!Nov 22, 2023

    Hey SoundBetter fam! I'm back from the Hunter Hayes tour and catching up on my pipeline of projects. If you're seeing the Pentatonix Christmas show this season, check out the horn and string arrangements...I had the pleasure of doing that for them. I still have a bit of time in December if you'd like to put your project on my schedule. Hope you all have a wonderful holiday season! 

  • Deadline Sound and Screen, Nov 9, Royce Hall, UCLANov 05, 2023

    Hello SoundBetter family! If you’re in the LA area this Fall, come listen to prominent film composers present their best work from 2023. You can hear my 60-piece symphonic arrangements behind the voices of Dolly Parton, Gloria Estefan, Belinda Carlisle, Cyndi Lauper and Becky G!

  • Second Collaboration With Diane WarrenOct 23, 2023

    I’m excited to announce that I’ve just finished my second collaboration with superstar songwriter Diane Warren. Cant wait to share the details about this project and the legendary team involved. 

  • Hitting the Road for a Few Weeks!Oct 15, 2023

    Hey SoundBetter Family! I'm happy to announce that I'm taking my keyboards on the road for another concert tour with Hunter Hayes. This time we'll be visiting cities like Detroit, Nashville and Baton Rouge. I'm busy completing existing projects and I'll be back to my studio on November 16th. Let me know if you're coming to a show and I'll do my best to say hello!

  • Proud to Welcome Toto Co-Founder David Paich to USCOct 10, 2023

    Just finished a fun series of sessions preparing our USC Thornton students for a master class with Toto Co-Founder David Paich. I had a blast creating keyboard patches for Toto's biggest hits. 

  • Wishing Derek Hough a Great Tour!Oct 03, 2023

    Wishing Derek Hough a great journey across the US and Canada on his "Symphony of Dance" tour. I'm proud to have helped out with some of the pre-show music production planning. Derek is the lead judge on "Dancing With the Stars" as well as a 6-time winner of the show's competition. In the past, I had been honored to work with him on the Emmy-nominated performance of "Tango Roxanne". 

  • I’m Home From the Hunter Hayes Red Sky TourJun 05, 2023

    Greetings SoundBetter family! I’m finally home from an epic run on the Hunter Hayes Red Sky tour. In just one month we crossed the US twice, played 22 concerts and performed on NBC’s Today Show. I’m going to relax for 5 minutes and then get back to work in my studio :)

  • Listen to My Arrangement Work at the Grammy AwardsFeb 01, 2023

    I'm honored to have been invited by the Grammy Award producers to arrange a brief bit of orchestral music for the "in memoriam" segment. I wrote some orchestral additions to a Jeff Beck track. Beck was known as "a guitarist's guitarist". Even though I'm mainly a pianist, I've always admired his work. 

  • Oscar Nomination for Best Original Song Goes to Diane Warren and Sofia CarsonJan 24, 2023

    Congratulations to my clients, Sofia Carson and Diane Warren on today's nomination for Best Original Song at the 2023 Oscars! The song, "Applause" was featured in the short film, "Tell It Like a Woman". I am proud to have created the 60-piece orchestral arrangement for the song.  

  • Schoolhouse Rock 50th Anniversary Special to Air on ABCJan 11, 2023

    I'm proud to announce that my music production work will be heard on ABC's Feb 1, 2023 celebration of 50 years of Schoolhouse Rock. I had a blast creating refreshed versions of the beloved classics along with collaborators like Black Eyed Peas and Ne-Yo!

  • Congratulations to Julianne Hough!Dec 18, 2022

    I'm honored to have just finished a 2 week residency performing at Ian Schrager's (Studio 54) Paradise Club in the heart of New York's Times Square. All shows completely sold out! If you haven't already fallen in love with Julianne watching her on Dancing With The Stars, just wait!

  • See My Orchestration Work for Michael BubléOct 17, 2022

    I'm proud to have just wrapped a fun orchestration project to air on the October 24th episode of Dancing With the Stars, featuring Michael Bublé. Listen to my orchestration work while Bublé sings his hit song, "Higher". 

  • Celebrating 5 Years With SoundBetter!Sep 14, 2022

    I just noticed that I finished my first SoundBetter project 5 years ago today! I’m so grateful for all of the fantastic clients I’ve met. Thank you to all of my clients for letting me share your musical journey 🎹

  • Welcome to the USC Thornton Popular Music Class of 2026!Aug 16, 2022

    I’m looking forward to welcoming my new class of music students for the upcoming Fall semester! USC runs one of the most competitive popular music programs in the world. This class promises to be another great one! In addition to my classes on popular keyboard practice, I’m debuting a new workshop on the writing of music scores. 

  • Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation Awards Prodigy ScholarshipAug 06, 2022

    I’m excited to be heading to Miami with Sofia Carson to help her award her namesake scholarship. The Sofia Carson Prodigy Scholarship awards up to $200k for a very talented young person to attend the Berklee College of Music. This year’s recipient is a very special young lady. I can’t wait to meet her and to hear what she can do. See you in Miami on August 11th!

  • Please join me in supporting children and UNICEFJul 23, 2022

    Children need our support now more than ever! I'm proud to be performing at the UNICEF Summer Gala in Capri, Italy on July 29, 2022. I'm excited to be opening with Sofia Carson for Jennifer Lopez. Local action counts more than anything. Whether it's helping maintain a playground or reading stories to a child, every little bit helps. 

  • Congratulations to Derek Hough on Emmy Nomination!Jul 13, 2022

    I'm happy to announce that Derek Hough's, "Stepping Into the Oscars" dance special has been nominated for a prime time Emmy Award. I'm honored to have orchestrated music for 2 of the dance segments.

  • See You at the BMI Pop Awards!May 10, 2022

    I'm excited to be at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel tonight to help direct a band performing at the BMI Pop Awards. I just created the final keyboard programming touches for a medley of Mike Stoller's (Lieber and Stoller) greatest works. Stoller will be receiving the coveted "Icon" award for his lifetime achievement as a songwriter.  

  • See you at The White House!Apr 16, 2022

    I'm proud to announce that I'll be playing piano at the US White House in Washington, DC on April 18th, 2022. Check out the White House Press Briefing for April 15, 2022 for details. I'll be sharing the stage with Jimmy Fallon and Kristin Chenoweth!

  • Time for the 64th Annual Grammy Awards!Apr 03, 2022

    It's Grammy day and I'm on my way to Las Vegas this morning to attend the awards show! Watch and cheer for your favorite artist!  I'm proud of my association with the Recording Academy since 2010. I might be slow on responses today, but I'll be back at my studio tomorrow night!

  • Michael Arrom Plays for Legendary Bill WithersMar 18, 2021

    Honored to have played a medley of his greatest hits for the legendary Bill Withers at USC Master Class. Read about it at the Songwriter's Hall of Fame.

  • Michael Arrom Helps Pay Tribute to Rock Hall of Fame Songwriter Jerry LeiberMar 15, 2021

    Proud to join original Rock Hall of Fame songwriting inductee Michael Stoller in a loving family tribute to Jerry Leiber. Read the concert review in American Songwriter.

  • National Recognition and Major Radio Play for SoundBetter ClientMar 14, 2021

    Proud that my SoundBetter client, Haylee Joe, is gaining national recognition for our work. I've produced 2 EPs for her. Both are featured in American Songwriter and receiving radio play on MIX FM in Chicago and KOST FM in LA. 

  • Michal Arrom Reunites With Steve Vai Band for Marathon FundraiserMar 14, 2021

    Proud to have joined Steve Vai to help raise $$$ for foster families. One weekend, 1mil+ online viewers and played with Moby, Orianthi, Rickey Minor (Whitney Houston, Jay Leno), Allee Willis, and Kenny Aronoff.

  • International Tour at 18 With the Legendary Steve VaiFeb 01, 2021

    Read about my first international concert tour with the legendary virtuoso guitarist and composer Steve Vai.

  • Check Out My Keith Urban Story!Feb 01, 2021

    Read about my epic LIVE performance with Keith Urban on national television at the American Country Awards! Thank you to the GRAMMY Foundation :)

  • Michael Arrom Knows the Way to Sesame StreetDec 11, 2020

    Listen to me accompany Sofia Carson on The Not Too Late Show with ELMO!

  • Michael Arrom Live at GMA with Sofia CarsonJun 25, 2020

    Take a look at my live performance on Good Morning America with Hollywood Records star, Sofia Carson.