Fred Zarr  

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Fred Zarr is an American musician, songwriter and song producer based in Brooklyn, NY. CEO of BiZarr Music, Inc., he works alongside numerous singers and songwriters at his Brooklyn studio.

Among notable artists with whom Zarr has collaborated musically are: Madonna, on her self-titled debut album; Debbie Gibson, on various albums and songs including "Only in My Dreams"; Samantha Fox; Pretty Poison; and Eartha Kitt's 1983 dance club hit, "Where Is My Man".



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