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Chris Carter is a Los Angeles-based disc jockey and music/film producer who started his music career as a founding member and bass player with alternative rock/power pop band Dramarama. After Dramarama originally split in 1994, Carter formed QM Management, which used to manage LA pop group The Wondermints, currently best known as Beach Boy Brian Wilson's touring backing band. Until September 2006, KLSX aired Chris's Breakfast with the Beatles, America's longest-running Beatle-based radio show, on which he played nothing but Beatles material and commented upon the history of the Beatles for as long as 4 hours every week. As of November 2006, the show moved to its new home, 95.5 KLOS, which bills itself as "L.A.'s Only Classic Rock Station Since 1969," and can be heard there every Sunday from 9 am to noon.
As a producer, Chris supervised and produced the music for the film Mayor of the Sunset Strip, a rock documentary about influential Los Angeles disc jockey Rodney Bingenheimer of seminal Los Angeles rock station KROQ-FM, which in 2003 was nominated for Best Documentary by the Independent Spirit Awards. He also recently served as Music Consultant for the upcoming film Factory Girl, based on the life of deceased Andy Warhol muse and model Edie Sedgwick and starring Sienna Miller in the title role, scheduled for released nationwide on February 2, 2007. Currently, Chris serves as a Writer/Consultant for the upcoming HBO series Off The Record, hosted by Eurythmics founder Dave Stewart.