Long time Grammy Award-Winning music industry executive, personal manager and writer. Vicky has been featured in VH-1s Behind the Music and Driven, The BBC, The Biography Channel and many documentaries. Considered one of the most successful female music executives in the industry, Vicky has discovered, developed or managed the careers of Guns N Roses, Motley Crue, Poison, Faster Pussycat and many others. Sales figures of the acts Vicky has developed are over 250,000, 000. that is over 250 million records in sales. In addition, Vicky Hamilton also has worked as an A&R executive at Geffen, Capitol and Vapor Records and had a successful independent record label, which won a Grammy for June Carter Cash Press On record. Currently, Vicky is finishing a worldwide book tour for her memoir, Appetite For Dysfunction; managing and consulting several music acts while developing a TV series and documentary and starting a new record label. VickyHamilton.com
Dale’s first hit, while an engineer at the infamous Mushroom Studios, was a track on the Top Gun Soundtrack with Loverboy. Since then, countless projects have benefited from Penner’s production/mixing, including; Nickelback’s The State (Roadrunner) certified platinum in America and Canada scoring Two Billboard Top Ten Singles, (“Leader of Men” and “Breathe”). Dale received the “Producer of the Year” award at the WCMA’s for his work on Holly McNarland’s (Universal) platinum-selling “Stuff”. Other Penner production credits include: The Matthew Good Band, Econoline Crush and Montreal’s Jonas (Certified Gold nominated for “Rock Album of the Year” at 2006 Juno Awards). In 2010 Dale was once again nominated as “Producer of the Year” for Western Canada.
Other artists Dale’s been fortunate enough to record are: Shawn Hook, David GoGo, Grimskunk, Sass Jordan, Long John Baldry, Joey Santiago (Pixies), Jamie Walters, KD Lang, Jimmy Barr (Portishead), Helix, Barney Bentall and Valdy.
2016 projects include Rosemary & The Sweet Sound Revival’s Global Music Awards Medal winning CD “Plum Coulee My Home” and emerging Houston artist Sami Murphy.
“I feel very fortunate to have made a living doing what I love for more than 25 years. I continue to meet and work with some of the most talented artists in the world.”
Julius Robinson has a background as a Music Exec, Songwriter, Screenwriter, Publicist and Music Journalist. He oversees all creative operations, including track uploads, approvals, pitches and licenses for nearly 200,000 pieces of high-quality music and sound effects. He oversees the placement of cues in hundreds of major and indie films, TV shows, internet and advertising. He interfaces with the sister site WegetMusic.com that services personal videos, student shorts films, and in-house corporate use. Julius has placed his own songs in many films including Friday Night Lights, The Game and Van Wilder, and recently on TV shows such as Vegas (CBS), 10 Things I Hate About You (ABC Family). He wrote the screenplay for the film Tortilla Heaven (2007), starring George Lopez. Julius began his entertainment career West Coast Editor Pop for Cashbox Magazine.
Ishita Sinha is a composer, music editor, and vocalist who has contributed to film, television, internet, and live music performances internationally. Ishita’s work is featured in popular Netflix and TheCW TV show The 100, where she was also featured as a solo vocalist on the background score. She worked with renowned Emmy award-winning composer, Nathan Wang on Chinese feature films Namiya and The Faces of My Gene. Ishita has composed the brand theme for one of India’s oldest and well-reputed movie theaters, Regent Theater, established in 1929.
Having trained in Indian Classical music in her native country, India, Ishita has worked with Oscar and Grammy award-winning composer, A.R. Rahman, and National Film Award-winning composer, Shankar Mahadevan.
Ishita has contributed musical compositions to commercials for Carrier United Technologies, India. She was the lead producer on the album “SpiritLine” which features artistic compositions from different Indigenous nations. The album was released in August 2019 with the purpose to raise awareness and funds for the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women issue.
Barry Coffing has amassed a great deal of credits and awards with over two hundred tracks placed in movies and TV, BMI songwriting awards, multiple #1 hits and an Emmy nomination. He continues to be the voice behind the scenes in movies like “Moulin Rouge”, the Brady Bunch movie, and Winnie the Pooh’s Grand Adventure. He wrote TV themes for California Dreams, The Pyramid starring Donny Osmond and The Heights. His song “How Do You Talk To An Angel” went on to become a #1 hit and selling over 500,000 copies worldwide. Currently he is a music business entrepreneur who represents over 12,000 record labels and publishers for film and TV licensing. His company places hundreds of songs each year.
Simon Michel earned his Masters degree in composition for film & theater from the ArtEZ conservatory in Arnhem in the Netherlands in 2015. During his two internships with video game composer Tom Salta in New York and music supervisor Julius Robinson in L.A he learned a large amount of skills, that fundamentally shaped his understanding of the music industry. Since he joined the company in 2014 he is responsible for database maintenance, client outreach and network song submissions. On top of that he’s currently working as audio supervisor for games at Straightlabs GmbH & CoKG in Munich Bavaria and as a freelance VR game developer for the Oculus Rift. For the last three years he has been working on a VR solo project titled “Lakini’s Woods”, a virtual reality game that he financed, scored and created in his free time.