Ran a publishing company for children's music, Nat Kipner Music.
Credited as one of the co-writers of the hamburger franchise MacDonald's TV/radio jingle "You Deserve a Break Today". The jingle was re-recorded over the years it ran on TV and radio, by various performers. Among them were singer/songwriter Jimmy Radcliffe, The Hillside Singers and, most notably, Barry Manilow.
Writer on the 1978 U.S. No. 1 hit "Too Much, Too Little, Too Late" by Johnny Mathis and Deniece Williams.
As top record executive at Spin Records, he discovered and produced the early recordings of the Bees Gees, comprised of brothers Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb, the latter two of whom were in their teens when they started.
Producer, songwriter and entrepreneur who signed the Bee Gees to his Australian label Spin Records in the 1960s.
Produced the Bee Gees' Australian hit single "Spicks And Specks" released in 1966.