Cassandra French's Finishing School, a half-hour series based on Eric Garcia's (Matchstick Men) novel that follows Cassie, (Jessica Renee Russell, "Donny") a 23-year-old overachieving publicist who can't find a guy ready for a mature relationship. After a disastrous one night stand, Cassie takes matters into her own hands when she knocks the unsuspecting guy, Owen, (Calum Worthy, "Austin & Ally") unconscious and decides that the only way to turn things around is to set up a finishing school in her basement to try and teach him how to become a better man.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Cassandra French's Finishing School - Tristan Clopet - Netflix
Tristan Clopet (; born October 8, 1986) is an American film composer and singer-songwriter.
Cassandra French's Finishing School - Recording career - Netflix
Clopet has released two EPs and one LP, 2011’s Name It What You Want. Produced by Raymond Richards (Local Natives) and Justin Gerrish (The Strokes, Vampire Weekend) and partly recorded at Avatar Studios in New York, the latter was released in June 2011 and hailed as the “best indie album of 2011” by Alternative Magazine, who noted that the song “A Chat with My Brain” “solidifies Clopet as king of the catchy choruses.” His YouTube series Living Room Sessions, featuring intimate cover performances of artists such as Bon Iver, Nirvana and Adele has received over 1.5 million plays in over 71 different countries. In January 2014 Clopet joined Brooklyn-based electro-pop band Great Good Fine Ok, with whom he sometimes tours playing bass guitar and synthesizer and singing backup vocals. His vocals were featured on the group's debut album Body Diamond, released in 2014 on Neon Gold Records/Epic Records and Transgressive Records/Warner/Chappell Music publishing. Both with the group and solo, Clopet has performed internationally with artists including The Swell Season, X Ambassadors, Sandi Thom, Billy Bragg, Miguel, Miami Horror, Betty Who, Magic Man, The Weeknd, Joywave and Tove Lo and played at the music festivals SXSW, CMJ, and Party in the Park.
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