Dillon O’Brian has won nominations and awards from the Grammys, the Pollies, and the Emmys. He's written for the biggest names in music, including the Temptations, Ringo Starr, and Shakira, and performed with everyone from Tracy Chapman to Ed Sheeran to Bonnie Raitt. A Baltimore native, Dillon has produced, composed and performed a wide variety of music for television, including themes for The Office, The $100,000 Pyramid, My Name Is Earl, The Bastard Executioner, and signature songs for FX's Sons of Anarchy. His motion picture composing and scoring lifted Paul Giamatti in Sideways, drove Matthew McConaughey in Mud, and longed for Renee Zellweger in My One and Only. He won a Grammy Nomination for Best Country Music Song with Vince Gill in 2012.
KO and O'Brian delivered the Pollie award-winning anthem "Maryland Cash" for the successful 2012 Maryland gaming referendum for their clients at MGM and National Harbor.
Dillon's team has also provided music and creative direction for many national and international corporate clients, including such popular campaigns as Campbell's Soup® "Possibilities" and Novo Nordisk® "Tresiba Ready," as well as a groundbreaking music video for the international launch of Fiat's 2016 500X Crossover.