Who are we?


We are Singers, Songwriters, Composers, Arrangers, Producers, Engineers, DJ’s

Barry Coffing
LA, 1988
“Working The Hair”
Barry's Bio
Barry Coffing is the CEO and founder of MusicSupervisor.com and WegetMusic.com. Barry is a music business entrepreneur, record producer, recording artist, songwriter and music supervisor. Originally from Houston, he began his professional music career performing in local bands and became a top jingle singer, music producer and composer. Barry was discovered by legendary producer/artist team Steve Tyrell and Barry Mann, and joined their company and moved to L.A. Over the next 17 years he amassed credits and awards. He was signed to MCA records and toured internationally. Barry placed over 200 of his own songs and tracks in films and TV shows. He has Music Supervised several films and TV shows. He earned BMI songwriting awards for multiple number one hits, and an Emmy nomination. Barry sung on soundtracks for Moulin Rouge, The Brady Bunch Movie, and Winnie the Pooh’s Grand Adventure. He wrote TV themes for California Dreams and The Pyramid. For The Heights, his song “How Do You Talk to An Angel” went on to become a smash number one hit and sell over 500,000 copies worldwide.
Simon Michel
Germany, Right Now
“Just Working”
Simon's Bio
Simon Michel earned his master’s degree in “composition for film & theater” from the ArtEZ conservatory in Arnhem in the Netherlands in 2015. Since Simon joined the company in January 2014 he has taken on multiple duties in relation to our radio & retail division, database management, client outreach, quality control and song submissions to music supervisors, agents and advertisement companies across the globe. In 2020 he was promoted to President, EU and is now responsible for managing several branches of the company as well as expanding the company’s client base in Germany and the EU.
Christine Haeckel
Germany, (date undisclosed)
“Kicking Up Her Heels”
Christine's Bio
Christine Haeckel has helped artists around the world get successful placements for projects in television advertising, feature films, and major series. She has gained a great deal of experience during her time at the company, taking care of song approvals, user support, and sending suitable selections of tracks to the major network stations and studios. She has a passion for finding the right music for the right picture. At our Springboard Festivals, she is in charge of the planning, organization, and implementation of the events from start to finish. When she’s listening to new bands for the festival, she can’t hold back her enthusiasm and jumps up and down in her office in Germany, but that’s a secret. Christine is also jointly responsible for the newsletter, which is sent to all of our music supervisors, directors, and production companies. She creates the playlists for the social media Facebook page based on the briefs sent in for our projects. Together with Simon she currently represents Musicsupervisor Inc. in Europe. The great network they have built up over the years is incredibly valuable to our company.
Jon Thomas
LA, 1971
“Thinking UCLA Rocks!” 
Jon's Bio
Jon’s current business management, tax and accounting practice consists of representing high earning clients who are musicians, composers, directors, producers (music and film), actors/actresses, managers, executives of entertainment companies, film and television production companies as well as professionals, Doctors, small businesses and many non-profit organizations. Having experience working on clients big and small give Jon a wide perspective to handle almost any situation.


In Collaboration

You make it then upload it and we will get it heard, licensed, played & paid

In Freedom

We are non-exclusive and you are free to leave anytime with a 30 day notice

In Control

Artists should own their art so you keep 100% ownership of your music

Music Sells Itself

Our job is to get it heard by the right person at the right time

In Innovation And Education

You can’t be good at one without the other

Knowledge Is Power

Knowing who wants your music and what they want it for is very powerful