The Music

 

 Marc Cohn

Marc Cohn

Marc Cohn

"The Coldest Corner in the World"

Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Marc Cohn wrote “The Coldest Corner in the World” for the film after being inspired by François’ story. The song was produced by Grammy-winner John Leventhal and has become a staple of Marc’s live performances. “The Coldest Corner in the World” is available on iTunes.


 Loudon Wainwright III

Loudon Wainwright III

Loudon Wainwright III

"Suddenly It's Christmas"

The legendary Loudon Wainwright III is a Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter, humorist and actor. His song “Suddenly It’s Christmas” has been a fan favorite in his holiday repertoire for many years. Loudon recorded a new version of the song specifically for the film, which also features Grammy-winning producer and musician David Mansfield. Available on iTunes.


 Patty Smyth

Patty Smyth

Patty Smyth

"Silent Night"

Patty Smyth is a platinum-selling artist, both as a solo artist and with her band Scandal. She also has a Grammy nomination and an Academy Award nomination to her name. Patty’s powerful recording of the holiday classic “Silent Night” features Scandal and was produced by David Wilde. 


 Laurie Berkner

Laurie Berkner

Laurie Berkner

"Silent Night Interlude"

Renowned children’s musical artist Laurie Berkner contributed “Silent Night Interlude,” which is heard in the film when Laurie and her family purchase their Christmas tree at François’ stand and carry it home. Laurie and her family have gotten their Christmas trees from François for many years. Her recording of “Silent Night” (featuring Elizabeth Mitchell) is available on Amazon and iTunes.


 Erik Della Penna

Erik Della Penna

Erik Della Penna

Original Score

A songwriter, composer and guitar virtuoso, Erik wrote and performed his compositions exclusively for the Tree Man soundtrack. He utlized guitar, mandolin, banjo, drums, loops, bass and an occasional kitchen appliance to create an organic, moody score that becomes part of the film’s storytelling.