The Musicians

Chris Wonzer

WONZER copy Chris Wonzer is a music producer who has been professionally involved in the business for over 20 years. In this time he’s worked in various capacities on over 70 major label releases (19 certified platinum) and over 25 indie records. He’s worked extensively with many other successful producers such as Linda Perry(Christina Aguilera, Pink, 4 non blondes) and Ron Fair (Christina Aguilera, The Pussycat Dolls) to name a few. He’s worked with artists like Christina Aguilera, Macy Gray, Enrique Iglesias, Black Eyed Peas, and many more in his career.

Rami Jaffee


Rami Jaffee is a multi-Grammy winning keyboardist and composer best known for his 25 years in The Wallflowers and more recent decade with Foo Fighters, both selling millions of records. Aside from his main two bands, Rami plays on thousands of other hit records that are as diverse as Johnny Cash to Macy Gray, Ziggy  Marley to Keith Urban, John Mayer to Fiona Apple.



Brian MacLeod

brian Brian MacLeod is an American recording drummer and songwriter. He has been a member of Wire Train,[1] Toy Matinee, and the “Tuesday Music Club” collective along with Sheryl Crow, the genesis of her album Tuesday Night Music Club. He has performed with many other artists, including Madonna, Tears For Fears, Seal, Chris Isaak, Melissa Etheridge, Pink, Christina Aguilera, Kevin Gilbert, Jewel, Stevie Nicks, Ziggy Marley,Rosanne Cash, Sara Bareilles, The The, John Hiatt, Grace Slick, and Joanna Wang. He is also a member of The Scrantones, the group credited for performing the theme to the American version of the TV show The Office (set in Scranton, Pennsylvania). His songwriting credits include: “Everyday Is a Winding Road”, “Strong Enough”, “A Change Would Do You Good”, and “Shine Over Babylon” with Sheryl Crow; “Waiting for Love” with Pink; and “Supermodel” from the film Clueless. MacLeod grew up in Sunnyvale, California. He attended Mango Junior High School in 1974/1975, and he later attended Fremont High School from 1976-1980. MacLeod currently lives in Los Angeles and the California High Desert.

Rob Larkin

rob Rob Larkin’s homespun blend of Americana, roots rock, and soul brings you back. With a soulful vocal and guitar style often compared to artists such as Eric Clapton, John Mayer, The Band, and Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Rob’s music is infectious. Originally from Boston, Rob makes LA his home base, and regularly tours the west and east coasts as a solo performer, and with his roots rock band The Wayward Ones. Following his success as lead guitarist and vocalist for east coast and west coast-based bands, Rob recruited some of the best musicians in LA to help record his much-anticipated album, Dogwood Roots. The result is a rich musical stew, with ingredients from righteous organ to down-home harmonica, and everything in between. As a testament to its timelessness, the title track “Dogwood” won the Americana category of the 2011 Show Me the Music Songwriting contest. Another of the songs “Sister Soul” will be featured prominently in the feature film Wingman Inc., coming to theaters in Fall 2013. The songs are receiving airplay at a growing number of radio stations across the US and the world, with the worldwide release of Dogwood Roots on Spectra Records in December 2013.

Paul Ill

paul Longtime bassist/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist PAUL ILL lists playing bass with the Willie Dixon Family at Mr. Dixon’s Los Angeles wake, tracking live with Tina Turner in a London studio and playing the Sunday Gospel music services while in junior high at the US Army Base Chapel in Munich, Germany as three definitive career highlights. Paul is currently a member of MATT SORUM’S FIERCE JOY and as a multi- instrumentalist and composer these days he is busy scoring for film and TV. “I am very excited to have just completed work with writer/director Rustam Branaman for his film, ‘Any Day’, featuring Sean Bean and Eva Longoria,” enthuses Paul. He has toured nationally and internationally with Linda Perry (whom he sites as a crucial influence and mentor,) Courtney Love, Daniel Powter, Wayne Kramer (MC5), Juliette Lewis, Mick Taylor (Rolling Stones) and Bill Ward (Black Sabbath) to name a few. His recording credits, many multi-platinum, include Linda Perry, Christina Aguilera, Robbie Williams, Celine Dion, Adam Lambert, Zoe Deschanel, Pink, James Blunt, Alicia Keys, Courtney Love, Annie Lennox, and Daniel Powter. He has written songs with many of the afore-mentioned and his instrumental compositions grace numerous films and television shows.

Dale Fisher

Dale Promo In a city where stars are expected to shine bright, burn out and fade away, the stars that shine steady are rare. Dale Fisher is one such star. He’s a well-traveled musician who has written and recorded with John Mellencamp, conquered the Los Angeles local scene, climbed a mountain of soundtracks, recorded and performed around the world, and even penned a commercial jingle or two. Fisher, an Iowa native, transplanted to Los Angeles after musical detours around the country and all over Europe. Fisher offers a perspective that’s not common in the ever-changing, always- cynical music industry; he boasts an airy and buoyant, acoustic guitar-based sound, densely spackled around a farm-fresh foundation. He can, and has, impressed staunch Hollywood crowds and celebrity types with his dynamic lyrics about life and love, and he does so with a musical transparency virtually unheard of in a city where the neon nights of the Sunset Strip offer so little solitude to the bleeding heart of a wear-your-heart-on-your- sleeve singer-songwriter.

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George Glowacki

Screen Shot 2014-06-17 at 10.52.10 AM George is a guitarist and songwriter currently living in Los Angeles. He attends Santa Monica College and is pursuing a career in music production. George grew up in the Washington, D.C. area where he studied blues and classic rock guitar. His deep appreciation for all music genres is evident in his unique songwriting style.