Past & Present
Singer / Songwriter / Actor.
Timorris Lane, a multi-lingual artist (English, Japanese, French, Spanish and some Arabic). He was born in Cleveland Ohio and in the spotlight at an early age when he sang in the Cleveland Boys Choir. 1998 was the choir’s highlight when Tim and the boys sang at the White House for President Bill Clinton. He would later move to Los Angeles where he sang backgrounds for Be Be Winans and Gladys Knight, appearing with them on BET. In 2012 Timorris backed up Rod Stewart for his PBS Christmas Special. He eventually left LA and arrived in NYC to further his goals. He hasn’t slowed down a minute since arriving in the Big Apple. 2016 was a year of great achievement, when he appeared on the Japanese television show “Nodojiman”. On July 1st of 2017 he released his debut EP, “Big City Life” which was drawn from several experiences and life-lessons while traveling the mean streets. He is currently in the studio writing and recording songs for his initial foreign language album for an overseas release. He is also looking for challenging new acting roles.
SAG-AFTRA Performer /Creative Coordinator / Independent Producer.
Classically trained, she first arrived in Santa Fe from Vancouver, Canada 12 years ago as a student of the College of Santa Fe BFA '10 (now called SFUAD). She has since gone on to live and work in film and television as both a performer and coordinator in Santa Fe, NYC and Los Angeles. Kieran is a graduate of the Meisner training program in NYC and a proud IATSE 480 member. Although she has traveled far, Santa Fe always calls her home. Recent credits include, Breaking Bad, The Nightshift, Shot Caller and most recently Magnificent 7. Kieran is a proud dual Canadian-United States citizen, of First Nations, Mexican, European heritage.
Rokah moved to New York in 1999 where we met and started working together shortly thereafter. After Rokah landed some small acting gigs we parted company when he moved to LA in 2006. We remained great friends and he is now achieving wider attention with his 2015 documentary film “Queen Mimi” Forced onto the streets in her 50’s, Marie “Mimi” Haist found “home” between two rows of washers at a Santa Monica Laundromat. After taking shelter there for more than 20 years, 88 year old, Mimi gets her own apartment courtesy of actor Zack Galifianakis which Renee Zellweger furnished. I am extremely grateful that Yaniv hired me as Music Supervisor and once again we are working together.
Singer / Songwriter / Poet, Producer / Engineer, Mixer, Musician and Actor
As a producer his credits include Charlie Mars, Bob Schneider, Slaid Cleaves and Steve Poltz. A prolific writer, he has been the recipient of the International Songwriters Award for Best Rock Song “Frozen Through”. His songs have been licensed for TV and Motion Pictures (ABC’s Private Practice, Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Dog Days) Documentary Filmmaker (“Everywhere Now”) Filmed entirely on his laptop camera, Harvey intimately chronicled a 7,000-mile plus tour in a car powered by waste vegetable oil. Harvey went on to have lead roles in the feature film “Strings” and “The Taiwan Oyster”. On the festival circuit “Strings” won multiple awards including Best Ensemble Cast and Best Song, Harvey’s own, “The Great Escape”. “The Taiwan Oyster” is a beautifully poignant and darkly humorous road story. It opened to rave reviews from Variety, New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. Billy’s also the author of a critically acclaimed book of poetry called “The Orienteer”. His latest and greatest musical effort “Dear Danger” is available at billyharveymusic and all major online retailers.
Singer / Songwriter.
Jordan, did the standard club-hopping gigs around Toronto before landing a deal with Sony Music Canada in 1990. A year later, he released three singles, "Just Another Day," "True Believers," and "No Sign of Rain." The latter was also the title of Jordan's debut album. With good reviews and the help of a couple of popular music videos, he walked away from the Juno Awards (Canadian Grammy) that year as the winner of the Most Promising Male Vocalist category.
Singer / Songwriter / Producer / Engineer / Musician.
In 1989 Marc has his first chart topping song, “Good To The Last Drop” recorded by Canadian rock band Helix. In the early 90’s five Ribler songs were on the Mitch Malloy RCA debut album. Three of those songs charted on the Billboard Hot 100. Marc has written and produced nearly 40 songs for major label recording artists throughout the world with Billboard chart hits and top 10 hit lists in Canada and overseas. As an artist Marc released the albums “Life Is But A Dream” which was embraced by critics and received airplay on several rock stations. The title track to his follow up release “This Life” which he wrote, arranged and recorded was the song selected for the ground breaking Trojan Condoms television and radio campaign that ran for three and a half years. The commercial created an unbelievable buzz that was the set up for the release of the album. Several other jingles followed for Office Depot, V8 juices, Bell South, Green Mountain Coffee and Activa Yogurt.
New Wave / Synth Pop Group.
Established in the 1980’s in the New York Metropolitan Area. The Hawaiian Pups were John Terelle, John Klett and Tara Shanahan. Portrait Records signed them onto their record label. “Spook Opera” was their first single. Later, they released an EP by the name of Split Second Precision in 1983. Their standout song “Baby Judy”, spoofed the Dick and Jane children’s books ad the countries of India and Pakistan.
Bob Halligan Jr.
Singer, musician and songwriter.
Bob has collaborated with many artists, particularly in the hard rock/heavy metal genre, throughout his career. His songs have sold over 35 million albums for Cher, Michael Bolton, Kix, Kiss, Rik Emmett, Judas Priest, Helix, Joan Jett, Blue Oyster Cult and Jennifer Rush. Bob was an ATCO recording artist where he released his album "Window in the Wall". On June, 21st 2015, Bob sang for 60,000 people awaiting Pope Francis in Rome. Upon the Popes arrival Bob was blessed to have the opportunity of meeting with him. He currently tours with his band Ceili Rain.
Singer/Songwriter, Producer/Engineer/Mixer, Musician.
As a Songwriter he has written or co-written over 20 songs recorded by various artists on major labels including the top 10 hit, "Don't Shed A Tear" recorded by Paul Carrack on Chrysalis Records. This resulted in Friedman receiving an ASCAP Pop Award for the song being among one of the most played songs that year. He also co-produced, engineered, mixed and played on several Dan Zanes albums including the Grammy winning “Catch That Train”. In 2014, the Rob Friedman recording “Kiss Divine” was a top selling track from the College Radio Day: The Album Volume Two.
1973 Recorded “My Baby Loves Lovin’” for Vanguard Records, later signed her to Cheri Records where we released the jazz flavored single “Joe”.
In 1971 from Jesus Christ Superstar to the recording studio and signed to Perception Records where we released “Hey Mr. Paul” in response to the Billy Paul hit “Me and Mrs. Jones.
Singer / Songwriter / Producer.
My first client in the early sixties and my introduction to the record business. We started Streetcar Records the vehicle for Ritchie as an artist. With massive airplay from Joey Reynolds at the 50,000 kW WKBW in Buffalo we were able to sell records regionally and spread the airplay to many other markets on the east coast. Ritchie would later go on to write and produce several hits for Tommy James and The Shondells, including “I Think We’re Alone Now” and “Mony Mony” and co-produce Joan Jett’s I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll album.