Blue Lion Productions is a home production studio located in Florida, featuring various recording artists and music genres. Music is our passion, and we focus on making a big sound in an intimate setting.

We love to collaborate!

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President of Blue Lion Productions, Nick Saunders founded this company to bring educational tools to children and Quality Music to the adult public. The education products help students learn in creative and enjoyable ways with musical formats that are always connected to visual text. The "Quality Music" component consists of original music performed by numerous artists with lyrics we can hear and understand and a musical sound reminiscent of classic Rhythm and Blues.


Nick has been involved in music to some degree ever since grammar school: singing in a Rock n' Roll group, and then later in his High School choir. He played a horn in a marching and maneuvering drum and bugle corps, which led him to become a horn instructor, musical arranger and assistant drill instructor for a startup drum and bugle corps. In 1965 this group of 50-75 kids, ranging in age from ten through eighteen, won the first Long Island Circuit Marching and Maneuvering drum & bugle corps championship. In the 1970's, Nick formed his own singing group and later a band. Nick wrote and arranged much of the music and vocals. The group was signed by such producers as Paul Vance and Lee Pockriss, and by Malcolm Dodds. Nick went on to produce a major recording session.


In the late eighties Nick joined the legendary Rock n' Roll group The Cleftones, to which he still belongs. He and the original lead singer of The Cleftones formed a company called "Class Act Enterprises." One of Class Act's mandates was to honor and help the artists of the 50's - 60's genre of music who needed {omit:some sort of} financial assistance. To this end they produced four 'From The Heart' concerts, all sponsored in part by the New York Daily News, WCBS-FM, and P.C. Richard and Son. The first of these series was an extravaganza of artists from the 50's - 60's era that totaled 53 performances.


These concerts were held at the Nassau Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, Long Island. The first show honored Richard Nader, who is credited for creating the revival of this genre of music. His wife died in a fire, and his two sons were injured, and all of their belongings were destroyed. The concert raised one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000). The concerts also honored such performers as La Vern Baker, Timi Yuro, Chubby Checker, The Cadillacs, and Bobby Lewis to name a few. 


Listen to Nick's original songs and collaborations.