Within two weeks of joining forces with this innovative act, they signed a deal with Groove Tone records and headed to the recording studio with producer-engineer Bud Snyder, (most noted for his 17 years of work with the Allman Brothers). Wayne went on to record and tour with Seasons of the Wolf for over 7 years. In that time, they performed on 7 internationally released CDs, produced 4 music videos, created their own independent music label Earth Mother Music, and composed music for a variety of films and television programs.
Quickly after Seasons of the Wolf began contributing their talents to the world of film and television, Wayne discovered his passion for that genre of music. With great enthusiasm, Wayne decided to seek additional work in the film industry. Wayne secured his first role as composer for a film entitled Ionopsis. Although Ionopsis never received national attention, Wayne's score did. In early 1998, Wayne's score for Ionopsis was awarded "The Best Original Score of 1997" by the Florida Motion Picture and Television association.
Ionopsis, along with Wayne's earlier projects, served as a springboard and has allowed Wayne to carry on with his work as a composer.
Wayne continues composing for a variety of projects and has now released 2 solo CDs: Ghost Notes and Echoes in Eternity.
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2. Part II
3. Part III
4. Part IV
5. Part V
6. Part VI