About the Band

The American Dollar has been making Cinematic Instrumental music since 2005. After having their first track immediately licensed by an MTV production upon release, the band has since gone on to have music included in some of the worlds most widely viewed programs such as CSI: Miami and Discovery Networks Human Planet. In addition, they have had songs in trailers for Academy Award Winning and Nominated films such as Up In The Air and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. The band has a multitude of releases and has performed their film-sync’d live set to adoring audiences around the globe.

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  • ABC Family
  • Apple Inc.
  • ActiVision
  • American Heart Association
  • ARD
  • BBC
  • Burton
  • Converse
  • CBS
  • DC Shoes
  • Discovery Channel
  • Dove
  • E!
  • Elle
  • GoPro
  • HP
  • Infiniti
  • MLB
  • MTV
  • National Geographic
  • NBA
  • O'Neill
  • Outside TV
  • Paramount
  • PBS
  • Quiznos Sub
  • Samsung
  • Square
  • Subaru
  • Warner Bros
  • World Wildlife Fund
  • Sony

Requests / Pricing

When inquiring about a license please make sure to include as much information as possible regarding production type, media type (i.e. internet / television), budget, and territory for the license. Licenses are negotiated on a project by project basis.

In addition, The American Dollar has crafted original soundtracks for numerous films and shorts. We are available to score your work, please contact us via the request a license button for such inquiries.

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  1. Choose the style of music you'd like on the left.
  2. Browse and listen to tracks by emotional keyword in the playlist on the right. Scroll down the playlist to see more tracks.

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All tracks by Richard Thomas Cupolo (ASCAP) and John Keith Emanuele (ASCAP) Published by Charming Beats (ASCAP) Third parties must obtain proper licenses prior to any usage of the musical works contained herein which are protected musical works.