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Who We Are

Our mission is to enhance the quality of life through Music, Film, & TV.

Nate "Impact" Jolley

Extraordinary and legendary Nate ‘Impact’ Jolley is best known for turning talented musicians into worldwide success stories.

Currently the Executive Producer on Good Music recording artist Malik Yusef’s upcoming album, Nate apprised this role previously for Malik’s Mixtape Leaquel to great success.


He is also leading the production of Andrew Garcia’s upcoming album. Despite being a much-loved contestant on American Idol, Andrew is best known for his presence on YouTube. Nate’s experience of turning YouTubers into international music sensations makes him a stellar pick as head of production, with success stories such as Asia Major to his name already.


Having started out as a musician himself, Nate understands exactly what artists need in order to reach their potential. He is a multi-instrumentalist and composer, with experience of writing and performing. Noted in particular for his excellece on drums, Nate previously created music with his twin brother Noble. The pair released a CD titled Memoirs Between Brothers to award-winning success and Nate went on to produce the Emmy award-winning show BET Rap It Up Tour mixtape which starred hip-hop legend Jadakiss.


He is currently recording with Kenny Lattimore of Motown Gospel, King Los of RCA Records and Malik Yusif. The musician turned producer also founded his own company Ready Set Impact alongside Jeannie Jones to sign up-and-coming artists with star-quality potential.


Jerel Crockett

Born and raised in Montpelier Virginia, Jerel Crockett discovered his ear for music at age 14 while being a member of the Richmond Boys Choir. Through the choir, he led many solos as a vocal talent. During that time, Jerel perfected his musical ear and taught himself to play the piano, and within only a couple of years he became one of Richmond’s most sought after musicians. Learning Classical, R&B, pop, gospel, and jazz. He co-founded Richmond’s premiere jazz-fusion group, Doors Wide Open. They headlined major events in the Richmond area. The 2nd Street Festival, Monument 10k, and The 2012 and 2014 Richmond Jazz Festival. Jerel was even chosen to perform at the Historic Hippodrome Theatre as an opening act for R&B band Mint Condition.</p> <p>Through the years Jerel also began to write musical arrangements, and has recently made his way into the mainstream, co-producing songs recorded for Ledisi, Kenny Lattimore, Columbus Short, and many others. Jerel’s first major production credit was for Motown Records Artist, Kenny Lattimore , the song is entitled “Real Love This Christmas” which debuted at #5 on the Billboard Gospel Charts, and received heavy airplay during the holiday season.</p> <p>

Noble Jolley

Noble Jolley, Jr., Jazz Pianist, Composer, and Producer is a rising star. Noble recently won the “2013 Best Pianist” award by the Washington City Paper’s ``Jazzies Award for D.C.’s Best Jazz in 2013.`` Noble won for his “subtle but luminous tones” … “He favors short notes, played in a way that are immediately recognizable as his own, and deploys them in deeply moving fashion.” The Jazz Times called him “fiercely talented,” and the Jazz Setlist said, “Noble Jolley, Jr’s jazz styling’s seamlessly mesh the past and the future of jazz. He is as firmly entrenched in the jazz tradition as anyone you’ve ever heard.”</p> <p>Noble is the product of a richly talented Washington, DC musical family. He received his initial training from his father, the late renowned jazz guitarist Noble Jolley, Sr., and was further nurtured by an encouraging mother who home-schooled him. Noble’s musicianship was discovered at a very early age. He played classical piano, classical viola, harmonica, and classical trumpet. Noble began playing jazz trumpet and jazz piano at the tender age of 13. He performed at the Havana Jazz Festival in Havana, Cuba at 14. He has performed at numerous jazz festivals and concerts and was a guest performer for the Howard University Jazz Orchestra. Upon high school graduation, Noble received a scholarship to study at the prestigious Peabody Conservatory at Johns Hopkins University, where he majored in Jazz Studies/Performance. Noble’s achievements at Peabody were subsequently rewarded by an invitation to study at the esteemed Paris Conservatory in 2007, where he studied jazz & classical piano. Noble graduated on the Dean’s List in 2009. He was selected as an Artist-In-Residence at the Strathmore Arts Center in 2010–2011. Noble has worked with some of the greatest in the business. He has produced, toured and/or opened up for renowned artists such as Ron Carter, James Moody, McCoy Tyner, John Legend, Fred Hammond, Cynda Williams from Spike Lee’s “Mo Better Blues,” Malcolm Jamal Warner from the “Cosby Show” and many more. His latest CD, ``Memoirs Between Brothers,” has gained positive reception and award recognition.

Dalal Bruchmann

Dalal Bruchmann is an Austrian musician and film and television actress. She is known for her acting roles on television shows Die Geschworene and SOKO Donau.`{`1`}` Her ancestor Franz von Bruchmann was a lyricist for Franz Schubert.`{`2`}`<br /> Bruchmann is a longtime musician having attended the Broadway Connection music school at the age of 12.`{`3`}` Her debut single ``Taste the Night`` was released digitally in 2011 including remixes from Tony Moran. A video was shot in Los Angeles and premiered on AOL Music the same year.`{`4`}` After being added to YouTube the video was viewed over 1.2 million times, making it one of the most watched videos during that period`{`citation needed`}`.`{`5`}`</p> <p>Bruchmann performed ``Taste The Night`` at the 2012 New York Fashion Week, Couture Fashion Week in New York`{`6`}` and the Fender Music Lodge at Sundance Film Festival.`{`7`}`</p> <p>In 2014 Bruchmann released the single ``Suddenly``. The song was played on the radio in the United States, Australia, Canada, United Kingdom and Germany.`{`8`}`</p> <p>Bruchmann's single ``Superman`` was written with Nate ``Impact`` Jolley for the film Hair: A Documentary`{`9`}` (theatrical release 2015).`{`10`}` The song was later nominated for a Hollywood Music in Media Award in the 'Best Song - Documentary' category.`{`11`}``{`12`}`</p> <p>Bruchmann released a contemporary classical EP The Quiet Heart`{`13`}` on October 13th 2017 through The Orchard, a subsidiary of Sony Music.





Asia Major


Andrew Garcia


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