Ghostbusters’ Theme Song Performer Forms New Production Company

Ray Parker Jr. performs onstage at the Saint John's Health Center Foundation Gala in 2018. Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images for Saint John's Health Center Foundation

Ray Parker Jr., best known for performing the Ghostbusters theme song has launched a new production company dedicated to telling the stories behind legendary music artists.

Deadline reports that the Grammy-winning artist has teamed with documentary filmmaker Fran Strine to form Power Chord Films. The production company’s first project is Who You Gonna Call, a film that chronicles Parker Jr.’s own story. The film will follow Parker Jr.’s struggles of growing up in 1960s Detroit to writing and recording the hit song “Ghostbusters.”

“When the three of us collaborated to create Who You Gonna Call, we knew we wanted to tell more of these positive, heartfelt stories to audiences worldwide,” said Strine. “Our combined talents will be the key to telling some of the best stories in music and beyond and we can’t wait to show audiences our first film together in Who You Gonna Call.